Weddings

Firstly, congratulations!

We're so excited for you both and welcome you to Cramlington Parish. We would be thrilled to be a part of your big day!

To book a wedding or find out more information, please email admin@cramlingtonparish.com We usually take bookings up to 2 years in advance and require a £100 booking fee within the first month (which is discounted from the final cost). Prices currently begin at around £520

The balance of the fees should be paid three weeks before the stipulated date.

If you are interested in receiving a formal blessing after a civil marriage please contact therevdoch@gmail.com.

For further information about being married in church look at

Your Church Wedding.

Calling the Banns

For a marriage to take place at St Nicholas' Church the law requires that Banns are called in your own parish church(es), which is St Nicholas' Church for those resident in Cramlington.  

 

If either party or both of you are resident outside Cramlington, we will help you discover which Parish Church is involved and it will then be your responsibility to arrange for Banns to be called in that church and to bring the Certificate of Banns to the Minister taking the service 1 week before the marriage. 

The charge for calling Banns is currently £31 and the certificate a further £15 making £46 in total. This is additional to the cost of the wedding.

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Fees

The total fee for the wedding ceremony is £520, with optional extras available such as having the church bells ring (£100), an organist (£100) or church flowers arranged by our flower arranging team (£100).

If paying by cash or bank transfer, final payments must be made before the final rehearsal. If paying by cheque, this must be done at least 2 weeks before your wedding date.

Photography

Only one still photographer and one videographer are permitted by arrangement with the minister of the service. You should put them in touch with the minister for further discussion about timings and regulations.

Confetti

The grounds around the church are maintained by the local authority so we cannot give permission for the use of confetti