We said I Do in Worcestershire!

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Meena & Gurminder marry at County Hall

A couple that recently said ‘I Do’ in Worcestershire have thanked the County’s Registration Services team for the part they played in making their  big day so special.

Meena and Gurminder, from Kidderminster, who were married earlier this month in the Severn Room at County Hall in Worcester, could not have been happier with how their ceremony went. 

The preparations, how their ceremony itself went on the day, to sharing a confetti moment and wearing traditional garlands afterwards was all wonderful.

Meena, said: “Our wedding day was fantastic, from start to finish. It was incredibly special for my husband and I to get married with all of our family and close friends with us, and close to home. The help and the support from the ceremony team all the way was great, it helped us to ensure we got to celebrate in our own unique way, which is exactly what we wanted.” 

Councillor Marcus Hart, Cabinet Member for Communities at Worcestershire County Council, said: “Meena and Gurminder‘s story is great to hear, and a fantastic example of how our Registration Team can support you through each stage of your big day, from the preparations ahead of the ceremony to the I Do moment itself. Our brochure is a great starting point for planning your wedding, and guides you through our processes in a simple and effective way.”

Worcestershire has a number of fantastic wedding venues, and the Registration Services team are on hand to help tailor your ceremony to uniquely celebrate you and your partner.

The Registration team have launched a new brochure to help guide couples through each step of planning their big day.

The brochure highlights the different venues where ceremonies can take place, personalising your ceremony and the legal paperwork you need to complete before your ceremony.

For more information, and to view the new Civil Ceremonies Worcestershire Brochure, please visit the Ceremonies in Worcestershire pages of the Worcestershire County Council website.