Real ceremonies

Real ceremonies

Read real life stories about different Northumberland ceremonies and venues.

The most Wonderful Surprise

Barry took this opportunity to give Paul the most magnificent surprise in June 2016, arranging a surprise Conversion the day before his 60 th birthday.  

Love will always find a way

Karen And Davy were wed in The beautiful Ballroom at The Morpeth Town Hall on Saturday 6th August 2016, with 70 of their closest family and friends there to witness their marriage ceremony  

Romance form the otherside

Claire, who has been a Registrar with Northumberland for over 4 years, got the chance to plan her own fairytale wedding in Northumberland.  

A winning couple!

Graeme Ballands and Stacey Normandale tied the knot on 18 September 2015 at the fabulous Linden Hall. They won their wedding after raising £13,000 for a children's charity.  

An enchanting Christmas romance

Michelle and Dave Bell chose the stunning Langley Castle to renew their vows in December 2013. Have a look at how this historic fortified castle took on the enchantment of Christmas.   

Fly me to the moon

Airline pilot Andrew and cabin crew member Jill held their romantic Valentine’s Day wedding at the beautiful Slaley Hall.  

May the fourth be with you!

Brent and Rachel held a Star Wars and Star Trek themed wedding at High House Farm Brewery in Matfen.  

A ceremony by the sea

A truly great milestone in Northumberland’s history – our first same sex wedding!  

Lady Luck smiles on the ace of hearts

Poker champ Ian Simpson turned out to be the ace of hearts when he married his bride Emma at the stunning Ellingham Hall.  

An entrance to remember!

Penny and Billy are certainly a couple who know how to make an entrance!  

It's been a cracking day

The festive period was more magical than ever for Elaine Chaplin and Iain Caufield, who tied the knot at Morpeth Town Hall.  

A little taste of Italy

Otterburn Castle certainly flew the flag for Rachel and Anthony's Italian-inspired wedding, prompting the happy couple to come back for more.