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Classic Commitment Ceremony

Whichever ceremony package you decide upon, your ceremony will be unique because it includes your choices.

When you book your ceremony we will send you a comprehensive information pack including a ceremony guide to lead you through the ceremony structure, offering you a series of choices:

  • Choose your opening reading from a selection of popular and appropriate poems
  • Select promises of commitment and pledges to make to each other
  • Exchange rings to symbolise your commitment to each other
  • Consider presenting a gift to each other or have someone close to you, such as a friend or relative, make a speech

Ceremony Essentials – these form the basic structure of the ceremony

  • Introduction and opening words
  • Reading(s)
  • Promises of Commitment
  • Signing the Commemorative Certificate
  • Closing Words

Ceremony Options – these can really enhance the ceremony

  • Personal Promises or Pledges
  • Exchanging Ring(s)
  • Speeches
  • Presentation of gifts to each other
  • Further Readings
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        If you have answered ‘no’ to any of the above then you will need to improve your basic skills before starting the course. This can be done in a few hours by using one or more of the free online tutorials available on the internet.