Civil ceremonies with Tower Hamlets Register Office

Naming ceremonies A naming ceremony is an occasion for parents, family, and friends to pledge their love and commitment to a child. It is an opportunity to celebrate the birth of a new baby or to welcome an adoptive child or stepchild into their new family. Supporting adults, grandparents and older siblings can make their promises to the child and you can choose poems or readings to enhance the ceremony. Naming ceremonies can be arranged by anyone, from any cultural background and with any spiritual or religious beliefs. There is no age limit to a naming ceremony and more than one sibling may be named at the same time. Naming ceremonies have no legal recognition. Commitment ceremonies This is an opportunity for couples wishing to have a ceremony where they may declare their love and commitment for each other in front of family and friends. Commitment ceremonies have no legal recognition. Renewal of vows ceremonies This is a special ceremony for couples who wish to renew their vows in a unique and personal way. Often a renewal of vows ceremony is associated with a special Other ceremonies

anniversary, but the ceremony is just as appropriate for couples at any stage of their union. This occasion is a wonderful opportunity for couples to reaffirm their love for one another and one which their family and friends can share in. Please remember however that renewal of vows ceremony has no legal recognition. Please contact our ceremonies team for further information:


Made with FlippingBook - professional solution for displaying marketing and sales documents online