Marriages and Civil Partnerships in England
There is no legal requirement to wear a face covering, however we would strongly encourage guests to wear one, and to use the hand sanitiser available to protect everyone.
Changes to Marriage Ceremonies from 4 May 2021
The Civil Partnerships, Marriages and Deaths (Registration Etc.) Act will come into force on 4 May 2021.
The Act provides for the modernisation of marriage registration for the first time since 1837, by introducing a marriage schedule system and registration in an electronic register. Paper marriage registers will no longer be used by registrars attending civil ceremonies or be used for ceremonies taking place at churches and places of worship. You will no longer receive a handwritten marriage certificate at the ceremony.
Planning your perfect day
Nestling in the heart of England, Warwickshire is home to some of the most idyllic and romantic towns and villages in the country. So many significant chapters of English history have been made in rural Warwickshire; we certainly have our fair share of fascinating historic buildings and celebrated gardens.
Culture in Warwickshire is a very special blend, bustling market towns brimming with history and charm providing vibrant hubs at the very heart of rural life and the countryside at its most green and pleasant providing breath taking views of quintessential England which will provide a stunning backdrop for your special day.
After you have chosen one of our licensed venues you will need to contact the venue and registration office to check availability for your preferred date and time. We will then discuss your needs and wishes, and guide you through the legal formalities.