Celebrate new additions to your family with a naming ceremony in Worcestershire

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Are you looking to mark a new addition into your family with an official ceremony?


Our professional experienced Celebrant Registrars in Worcestershire, are trained to perform Naming Ceremonies.

These are a joyous way to introduce a new person by name, and marking your loving commitment to their future development and happiness, blending families together.  

The ceremony can be used to confirm your baby’s or children’s registered names; celebrate the joining of two families, an adopted child, or children, into your family. 
They are non-religious and carry no legal status. There is no age limit, and the ceremony can be for one child or a whole family!

The Registration Services Team are on hand to help tailor the ceremony and make it memorable to you, from managing the numbers of guests or helping you to decide whether you would like to include special poems or songs. One of our Celebrant Registrars will work with you to create a ceremony in almost any location of your choice. 

Councillor Marcus Hart, Cabinet Member for Communities, at Worcestershire County Council, said: “Naming Ceremonies are a great way of marking a real milestone within your family. Our Registration Services team do a wonderful job of personalising the ceremony to you and your family, at many locations across the county.”

For any Naming Ceremony booked and paid for by the 30 June 2023, in one of our Registration office ceremony suites, the Registration Services team are offering a reduced fee of £120 per ceremony. 

To make an initial enquiry, you can contact the team by emailing registeroffice@worcestershire.gov.uk or you can telephone 01905 768181.