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Renewal ceremonies are currently suspended.
Celebrate your marriage or civil partnership
A renewal ceremony is not a legal ceremony, but is a special way for any couple wishing to celebrate renewing their marriage or civil partnership vows.
Often these ceremonies are associated with a special anniversary or for a family celebration when the legal ceremony was held abroad.
The Haversham Room
Set within South Hill Park, the Haversham Room is the ideal venue for a renewal ceremony with all your friends and family there to celebrate with you.
The Ceremonies Room
Located at Time Square, the Ceremonies Room is suitable for up to 10 guests (including children and babies) plus the couple.
With a fresh, modern look, this room is perfectly suited to a private ceremony.
Other venues in Bracknell Forest
There are a range of venues in Bracknell Forest suitable for renewal ceremonies.
The ceremony will be conducted by a celebrant who will not be acting in an official capacity.
Celebrants are trained and experienced in conducting many different ceremonies and can help you to create an individual ceremony.
What's in the ceremony?
Renewal of vows ceremonies can contain the following:
- introduction and welcome
- acknowledgement of any children of the relationship
- renewal of vows
- rededication of ring(s)
- giving of new ring(s) or gift(s)
- words from previous guest (often best man or family member)
- signing of certificate
- witnesses and closing words
Please note that renewal ceremonies cannot include any religious content.
Length of the ceremony
The renewal of vows ceremony usually lasts up to 30 minutes.
This depends on the number of options and readings chosen.
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