Marriage and civil partnerships

In this section you will find useful information on how to obtain copies of marriage certificates, renewing your marriage vows, arranging your civil ceremony, approved places for civil ceremonies, civil partnerships and ceremonies

  • Copies of marriage certificates

    Copies of marriage certificates are available from any registration office

  • Renewal of marriage vows

    Renewal ceremonies give you and your husband or wife the opportunity to renew your marriage vows and to share the occasion with your family and friends in a personalised ceremony

  • Arranging your civil ceremony

    We are committed to making your day special and will be delighted to offer guidance and advice on all legal aspects of your civil ceremony

  • Civil ceremonies in Scotland

    The General Register Office for Scotland provides a very useful guide on Civil Weddings in Scotland and Civil Partnerships in Scotland

  • Civil Ceremony Service Charter

    We are committed to making your day special and will be delighted to offer guidance and advice on all legal aspects of your civil ceremony

  • Civil Ceremony - your special day

    We look forward to sharing with you the joy and happiness of your special day

  • Civil Ceremony - choices

    You should contact a registration office as soon as you have a date for your ceremony. You can then discuss the date, time and location of your ceremony

  • Ceremony Suite - Airdrie

    Willowbank House is a fine early 19th century villa in the Victoria and Town Centre Conservation Area. Originally a family home, the house has seen many uses

  • Ceremony Suites - Bellshill

    Bellshill was originally a weaving village, however, with the discovery of coal it became industrialised and is now a bustling town in the heart of North Lanarkshire. The registration office is housed in a distinctive red sandstone building dating back to the early 1900's and was originally built as Bothwell Parish Chambers

  • Ceremony Suites - Cumbernauld

    Cumbernauld lies at the centre of Scotland on the classic shortest route between Forth and Clyde

  • Ceremony Suite - Kilsyth

    Kilsyth is approximately 6 miles north of Cumbernauld and lies in the Kelvin Valley with the Forth & Clyde Canal running nearby

  • Ceremony Suites - Motherwell

    Motherwell steel fired by Wishaw coal, has taken part in engineering adventures the world over and it was, perhaps, in the natural process of things that two sister towns linked together by so much industry common to both, should amalgamate

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