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Karen and Adam's wedding - Photo by Adam Day

Wedding bells are ringing, and what better way to celebrate the start of a new life as a married couple, than with a ceremony that is built around you, the couple? A Humanist wedding is a deeply meaningful ceremony that is not religious, offering flexibility to the couple to ensure that this special day is truly about you.

As with all Humanist ceremonies, there is no set script, although the celebrant will be able to guide you and give suggestions to create a ceremony that's tailored to your personal preferences. Ceremonies can be held where, when and how you like.

Major_Alan_G._Roger_at_Same-Sex_Wedding_CeremonyApart from legal matters, the Malta Humanist Association makes no distinction between opposite-sex and same-sex marriages or unions.

Note that, at present, Humanist marriages are not automatically registered with the state, and the formalities must be done at the public registry office - normally before the ceremony.