Religious & Civil Weddings
Events after events from the moment you have decided to get married. This can seem such a handful and even daunting to some however we at Vijay’s Events do the décor for you. So, you can relax and just smile for the cameras. We aim to make each and every event unforgettable and memorable for a lifetime.
Whether you want to leave the wedding in our hands, or you want to add your own touches we are here to support you. We thrive in bringing you a bespoke and customisable décor no matter what the scale of your wedding. Please speak to our events consultants to see how we can help you.
NOTE: Prices vary depending on how big or small you want to do your event plus type of décor, location, what’s provided and how much service is required from us. We can go crazy for you so why not let us know your budget so we can ensure we don’t break the bank account.
Here are the few things to think about when you have decided to get married:
The ceremony is conducted by a priest entirely or at least partially in Sanskrit (or local language of the bride and groom). The Hindu marriage becomes binding when completing the ritual of the seven stems and vows. The primary witness is the fire-deity (or the Sacred Fire), then of course the bride and groom’s family and friends.
This is a Christian traditional wedding ceremony run by the priest. The ceremony involves readings from the Bible as well as the singing of some hymns. The priest pronounces the couple man and wife, and it’s all very religious! As the wedding is held in a church, you’ll automatically benefit from the church’s architectural beauty, but you can definitely add decorations to the ceremony, aisle, church exterior and altar.
This is a ceremony for a Muslim couple to be legally wed under Islamic law. The Nikkah legitimizes the relationship in front of God and it’s when the couple says, “I accept.” Couples will often use whites, creams, and golds for the décor, which looks simple and classy. Generally, there is a seating area for the couple in the main hall so guests can face them during the ceremony. A small table on the side is sometimes used for signing the marriage document and sweets to pass out immediately after the ceremony.
Although it is lovely and sentimental to do these religious wedding, according to the court of law, you are only legally married if you conduct a civil wedding. This is a legal ceremony where the couple must sign the marriage registrar with a registrar present to be officially married within the law. Please check the government website [https://www.gov.uk/marriages-civil-partnerships/plan-your-ceremony] for further updated guidance.