Divorced couple wedding ceremony can be a tough one, read on to find out about simplified wedding ceremony for divorcee.

 
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On divorced couple wedding ceremony
Traditionally for the Church of England, they will not marry or conduct a wedding ceremony for any divorcee. Even under civil law, it is legally permissible for divorcees to be married, but the traditional churches will not allow such marriages if the divorced partner is still alive.

As society advances, some of the churches have been more relaxed on this rule. The clergy may allow the wedding couples to be married if they undergo a stringent marriage course, questions may be ask with regards to their previous marriage on why it has failed. The clergy has the final say to reject any weddings to be conducted in the church if he finds that either one of the wedding couple is not ready for it again.

Some of the churches may only allow the wedding couple to be married in the church with some modifications to the wedding ceremony. The following will give a rough guide on what to expect in a simplified wedding ceremony for divorced wedding couple. The wedding couple will still go through the wedding procession, but without the presence of any bridesmaids, there won’t be any signing of register and the bride (if she is a divorcee) will not wear a full wedding gown.

Only prayers and blessings will be performed in the wedding ceremony, but the signing of the registrar will not be performed, instead the wedding couple will have to sign the register in another civil wedding ceremony. The wedding couple may opt for a formal church wedding ceremony and go through a civil ceremony signing in the following wedding reception or wedding banquet; or they may invite the clergy to perform the prayers and blessings under a wedding canopy in their own garden adorn with wedding deco in a wedding reception. Similar to the widower’s wedding, if this is the bride’s first wedding, she is allowed to wear the full wedding gown and bridesmaids to attend to her, and the groom’s attire will be easy.

 

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