How to Plan a Civil Ceremony for Your Wedding
Plan a civil ceremony for your wedding by looking at the location where the ceremony will occur, booking the officiant in advance, keeping things simple and including people close to you in the ceremony. Avoid including a lot of traditions or customs in a civil ceremony and consider advice from a wedding and event coordinator in this free video on wedding planning.
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I'm Rachelle Saenz here to give you a tip on how to plan your civil ceremony. When it comes time to do your civil ceremony, take a look at the location of where you want to have it done. These days, not everything has to be done in City Hall. You can still have Justice of the Peace marry you in your home, backyard or some other really unique location and it can still be your own civil ceremony. But remember, timings everything. When you want to be able to book people to take care of your ceremony, you want to make sure that you give adequate time. Make sure that also on calendar, maybe there's not a lot of other things going on that would have their attention. Keep it simple when it comes to your civil ceremony. You're not looking to incorporate a lot of traditions or customs, so maybe this is a good time to make sure that your location is something unique. When it comes time to planning that civil ceremony, also make sure you have those that are close to you if you do decide to keep it simple. You can still have a wonderful wedding celebration on a civil ceremony. I'm Rachelle Saenz from Events by Design giving you a tip on how to plan your civil ceremony.