A Kentish Ceremony

Kent County Council (KCC) licenses all the venues across Kent and Bexley so that civil weddings and partnerships can legally take place within them. Their trained Registrars and Celebrants will also carry out your unique A Kentish Ceremony. The are now more than 200 venues to choose from in Kent including castles, stately homes, hotels, restaurants and halls - through to gazebos, barns and summer houses, there's even wildlife parks, a lighthouse, and a brewery!

A Kentish Ceremony provides all you will need to plan your big day with a free quarterly magazine showcasing all the venues in the comprehensive Licensed Venues Directory as well as dedicated features on planning your wedding from the latest bridal fashion designs and menswear to beautiful floral bouquets and stylish decorations. A Kentish Ceremony is an essential wedding guide for any couple and is also packed full of local venues and suppliers that are on hand to assist you.

For more information on their ceremonies, local venues or to request your free copy of A Kentish Ceremony magazine please visit our website www.akentishceremony.com.
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January 6, 2015
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