Photo: Albert Palmer Wedding Photography
The Registrars who will lead your through your ceremony are a very important part of your special day, so once you have confirmed your booking at Highcliffe Castle you will need to give notice and book registrars to attend your wedding. The Castle can not give notice for you as you have to provide personal information and declarations which form the legal side of your marriage.
them just before entering the Wintergarden. This meeting is also a good opportunity for you to meet the registrar who will conduct your ceremony, have a quick sip of water and a final check in the mirror.
Wherever you decide to hold your Civil Ceremony, a fee for the attendance of the Registrars will be payable direct to the Registration Service and details of the current fees are as follows*:
You will also have to give a notice of marriage to the Superintendent Registrar(s) of the district(s) in which you live. This notice must be given in person and is valid for 12 months.