These are some of the details we will go through at your first meeting with the Rector.
A more detailed booklet can be downloaded here
Banns need to be read in the parish churches of both the Bride and the Groom. They
are read for three Sundays within a period of three months of the wedding.
Basic Order of the Service (About 30 minutes)
The Bridal March
Welcome, and Opening Prayer,
Reading and Address
Signing of the Registers
The Wedding March
The organist would be pleased to consider other marches than the most commonly used
ones - (the Wagner, and the Mendelssohn marches). For example - Trumpet Voluntary
by Clark, Te Deum Prelude by Charpentier, The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, by Handel.
Other soloists - singers, musicians, who may perform during the signing of the registers,
Wedding Hymns - Some Starter Suggestions
All things bright and beautiful...
And did those feet... (Jerusalem)
For the beauty of the earth...
Give me joy in my heart..
Lord of all hopefulness...
Morning has broken...
Now thank we all our God...
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven...
Many wedding web sites give more suggestions for suitable hymns and music
Generally, you will make your own arrangements for flowers; however, it is important
to contact our church flower co-coordinator. This is so that she can explain what
is permissible within the church; ensure there is no conflict of arrangements with
the regular Sunday displays and discuss your plans for removal of the displays after