Incorporating Symbolic Elements into your Wedding Ceremony

Handfasting Origins Handfasting is a Celtic wedding tradition in which the hands of the couple marrying are tied together to symbolise the binding of two lives. The ceremony has its roots in ancient Celtic tradition and dates as far back as 7000 B.C. When two people became betrothed, they were brought together, and a braided…

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Full steam ahead for your Wedding Ceremony

To the North of Leicester City is one of Leicestershire’s finest vintage and heritage treasures, the Great Central Railway!  Stretching from the historic Loughborough Central Station to the newly restored Leicester North Station, the railway takes you through some of North Leicestershire’s glorious countryside and the lovingly preserved stations of Quorn, Woodhouse and Rothley, all…

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A Wedding Ceremony that Roars!

In the heart of Leicester city is the picturesque New Walk, and standing proudly at the top of it is Leicester’s original museum which combines culture, history and style. It is home to collections of art, culture and the natural world, and the very popular Dinosaur gallery! Leicester Museum and Gallery has a number of…

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Get Married in a Theatre

A Wedding Ceremony Your Way Nestled in the heart of Leicester City Centre is Leicester’s oldest and in my opinion finest theatre , the Y Theatre. Designed by Albert Sawda, The Y was originally built as a Christian lecture hall. Over the years it has had many uses and during WWI it was a hub…

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