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A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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King Tours in Tel Aviv is one of the leading travel agencies in the civil wedding business.
They were part of 38 couples who got married at a mass wedding in the parish, which holds the annual tradition of providing church weddings to eligible couples or those who are have already undergone a civil wedding.
We were more than happy to provide a civil wedding licence that will mean this much-loved icon of the air can continue to be a place for happy memories long into its retirement," Denise Saliagopoulos, Surrey County Council's community services cabinet member, said.
The Perfect Day brochure, which included details of every venue licensed to hold a civil wedding in the area, is being given out at wedding fairs across the country.
Robert says some couples opting for a civil wedding in Cyprus pay only a basic pounds 200 fee for a special licence.
Churches are losing out to civil wedding venues MORE couples in Wales are now tying the knot in register offices, hotels, beaches or football stadiums than churches or chapels.
Childhood sweethearts Kimberley Ann Williams and Anthony Thomas have spent two years planning their special day in June and paid pounds 1,700 deposit for a civil wedding ceremony, lunch and dinner at the Baverstock Hotel, near Merthyr Tydfil.
In fact, with many marriages now made at a civil wedding venue, colour is creeping into the bridal palette.
The station, which also came under fire from religious leaders during the original version of the competition in 1999, bills Two Strangers as "the ultimate blind date" and has begun recruiting potential spouses ahead of a civil wedding in February.
The first civil wedding on the grounds of Limassol Zoo will take place on Friday officiated by Deputy Mayor Savvas Stouppas.
Succariyeh and Darwish, a mixed Shiite-Sunni couple, would now be able to legally create a family register (sijil nufus), rather than see their religious affiliations struck from their own records on account of their civil wedding.
Samantha Baker, who is helping to stage the fundraiser at The Belfry, says: "Our first wedding reception took place in 1961 and our first civil wedding ceremony was held here in 1995.