Protestant Wedding

This is a ceremony have both religious and civil validity and is rich of symbolic content


The Protestant rite does not have to take place in a church; it may be held in a garden or an open space instead.


The Protestant ceremony may be used to marry persons who have been baptised into different creeds.

The Protestant ceremony resembles the Catholic one, but it is shorter and more informal. Marriage is not a sacrament for Protestants, but a pact between two persons who choose to express their union through the symbolic exchanging of rings.

This openness means Protestant weddings can be beautiful ceremonies, which may be held in exclusive surroundings such as a villa or a park, letting us to plan amazing weddings!