Same Sex Marriage: wedding history to be made in Brighton & Hove
Would you like to be the first same sex couple to be married in Brighton & Hove? We are now accepting applications from anyone expressing an interest in this exciting opportunity. The lucky couple will have their ceremony free of charge at the Royal Pavilion at one minute past midnight on 29 March 2014.
To learn how to enter and find out more please read this announcement.
Brighton & Hove Register Office is here to help you arrange your special day. Be it a small informal ceremony or the `full works' with best man and bridesmaids, readings and music.
Find out more about marriage ceremonies.
From December 31 2003, it became mandatory for all new British citizens (with the exemption of those under 18 years) to attend a ceremony to receive their certificate of naturalisation.
Find out more about citizenship ceremonies.
Naming ceremonies are intended to offer a way of celebrating a child's birth and welcome the new arrival into the family and the wider community.
Find out more about naming ceremonies.
Civil Partnership Ceremonies
Civil Partnership ceremonies are intended for adult couples of the same sex and are intended to form a part of a civil partnership registration.
Find out more about partnership ceremonies.
Renewal of vows ceremonies
These ceremonies are for any couple who are married or in a civil partnership, wishing to renew their vows.
Find out more about renewal of vows ceremonies
View the answers to some frequently asked questions about ceremonies