Humanist Wedding Venues in the Cotswolds
If you’re looking for suitable venues in the Cotswolds to host a Humanist wedding ceremony, look no further than The Kings in Chipping Campden – a fine 18th century town house.
Celebrate in your own way
In England and Wales, couples who choose to have a non-religious Humanist wedding or partnership ceremony tend to complete the legal formalities first by obtaining a civil marriage certificate at a Register Office. This is then followed by an informal ceremony – presided over by a Humanist celebrant – at a different venue, during which they mark their life-long commitment to each other in front of family and friends.
This part of the wedding service can be truly personalised to the bridge and groom through the choice of music, songs and vows. It is also usually when the rings are exchanged.
As a fully licensed venue for civil ceremonies, The Kings in Chipping Campden is able to host both parts of a Humanist wedding – meaning you can do it all at one location for your convenience and that of your guests.
Whether you wish to have an intimate ceremony or something a little larger, we will make sure you have an unforgettable day. Up to 60 guests can be comfortably seated in our main oak-beamed Restaurant overlooking the historic Square or for smaller numbers you may prefer the Garden Room, which leads directly onto our large terrace and private gardens.
There are several Humanist wedding celebrants based in and around the Cotswolds who will be happy to help you plan and rehearse every aspect of the ceremony, so that you feel relaxed and ready to enjoy your special day.