Renewal of Vows
Worcestershire County Council now
offers the opportunity for all married couples to reaffirm their
wedding vows through their own personally tailored ceremony.
These ceremonies can be used to celebrate a special anniversary
or occasion, regardless of the length of time you have been married
or the Country in which the original ceremony occurred.
These ceremonies can currently take place at any Registration Office
Premise in Worcestershire, at a mutually convenient time. You
do not have to live within the County to have one of our special
The ceremony will be performed by Registration Service
personnel, although they will not be acting in their official
capacity as Registrars.
There is a main outline ceremony which can be enhanced by your
own personal readings, choice of music, exchange of gifts and
rededication of existing rings, or the giving of new
A Commemorative Certificate signed by yourselves, two witnesses
and the officiate will be presented (but please note this will have
no legal status).
There is a fee payable for this service. Please contact your
local Register Office for details. This fee will be payable at the
time of booking your ceremony.
You cannot have any religious content in your ceremony.
These ceremonies have no legal status and are purely
The Registration Service personnel will not be acting in their
official capacity as Registrars.
If you doubt the validity of your marriage, please contact your
local Register office as it may be more appropriate to have a
legally binding marriage ceremony according to the law of this
Telephone, visit or email any of the offices to discuss
and arrange your ceremony requirements. You will be required to
produce your current legal Marriage Certificate to the Registration
Service personnel at the time of booking your ceremony. You will
then be offered an appointment to attend the office to discuss your
This page was last reviewed 16 February 2012 at 14:26.
The page is next due for review 14 August 2013.