Marriage and civil partnership ceremonies

Please ensure you have read the information regarding notice of marriage / civil partnership appointment before booking your ceremony.

 

Ceremonies taking place outside of the Milton Keynes Registration District

If you are planning to get married or form a civil partnership outside of the Milton Keynes Registration District you will need to contact the Register Office in the district where the venue is located in order to book your ceremony, however, if you live within the Milton Keynes Registration District you will need to make an appointment with us to give your notice.

 

Ceremonies taking place within the Milton Keynes Registration District

If you are planning to get married or form a civil partnership within the Register Office or the Flowers Suite you need to book your ceremony directly with us.

If you are planning to get married or form a civil partnership at a licensed venue in Milton Keynes you should contact the venue to check availability and then us to see if we are able to attend.

We do perform several ceremonies per day and do our best to meet everyone's requirements however, during popular months you may have to be flexible on both time and date.

To make a booking for a marriage or civil partnership in the Milton Keynes registration district please call 01908 372101 or use the links below to book online.

Book a marriage ceremony

Book a civil partnership formation

We currently take ceremony bookings up to two years in advance.

There is a fee payable for booking our services so please have your credit or debit card to hand as payment will be taken at the time of booking.

Once you have made your ceremony booking with your venue and registrars you will then need to make an appointment to give your legal notices of marriage or civil partnership.

Please note: You need to ensure that you are able to complete the legal notice requirements prior to booking your marriage or civil partnership, ie

  • you are free lawfully to marry or form a civil partnership;
  • you have all of the relevant original and valid documentation to hand in order to give notice.

If your ceremony cannot proceed due to outstanding legal paperwork then your fees would be non-refundable.

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Last Updated: 14 May 2021