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For the civil cer­e­mony, you may again be re­quired to have a trans­la­tor or in­ter­preter to be present, or per­haps even choose to have one for the ben­e­fit of any guests who don’t un­der­stand French.

Some cou­ples choose to have the civil cer­e­mony and the re­li­gious ser­vice on the same day, while oth­ers pre­fer to have them on sep­a­rate days. Sim­i­larly, if you opt for a non-re­li­gious cel­e­bra­tion/wed­ding, you can hold this on a day af­ter the of­fi­cial civil mar­riage. Most wed­ding venues have a mem­ber of staff or some­one they can call on to act as of­fi­ci­a­tor for the ex­change of vows.

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