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Weddings - Readings for Your Ceremony

An important part of planning weddings is choosing your readings. Whether you are having a civil ceremony, a church ceremony or simply a celebration of your marriage you will want to choose the right weddings readings for both of you.

If you are getting married and having a civil ceremony you may want to choose a few readings or poems for the wedding ceremony. You can pretty much choose what you want, as long as there is nothing religious in the readings.

The readings that I chose for my own wedding ceremony were:

What is Love?
Marriage

You can usually have up to two readings in total for a civil ceremony.

Here are some other popular readings for civil ceremonies, including a few Scottish Wedding Readings:

Here are some readings for a religious ceremony:

If you are getting married in Edinburgh, or in another part of Scotland you will probably receive a booklet when you notify the registry office of your upcoming marriage. This booklet contains a good selection of readings that have already been approved. If nothing in the booklet takes your fancy, or if like me, you managed to lose it, then you may want to get a book or have a look at the selection of wedding readings on this page for ideas.

If you are having a civil ceremony you should always check with the registry office to make sure they are happy with the reading. Usually you can do this at the same time as you hand in your marriage notice forms about a month before the wedding, by just including copies of your readings with the forms.

For a church ceremony you will want to speak to your minister or priest to make sure that he or she is happy with the wedding readings.






 
Wedding Readings