You can renew wedding vows at Medieval Times on Valentine's Day

  • Queen Maria Isabella (Allyssa O'Donnell of Clarendon Hills),  who led 45 couples in renewing their wedding vows during a ceremony at Medievel Times in Schaumburg on Valentine's Day last year, will do so again this year.

      Queen Maria Isabella (Allyssa O'Donnell of Clarendon Hills), who led 45 couples in renewing their wedding vows during a ceremony at Medievel Times in Schaumburg on Valentine's Day last year, will do so again this year. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer, 2019

 
Submitted by Medieval Times
Updated 2/7/2020 4:09 PM

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is inviting area couples to renew their wedding vows during a Valiant Valentine's Day celebration at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, at the Schaumburg Castle, 2001 Roselle Road.

The first 50 couples to register for the nuptial festivities will receive two complimentary tickets to that afternoon's Valentine's Day performance at 5:30 p.m., along with two souvenir champagne flutes, one light-up rose and a framed commemorative photo.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The 1:30 p.m. event will include a brief, romantic vows-renewal ceremony officiated by Medieval Times' Queen Maria Isabella, and a post-ceremony wedding cake and champagne reception in the castle's Great Hall.

Couples interested in participating in this free event must preregister at medievaltimes.com/vows. Registration is limited.

Ceremony attire is at the discretion of the couples. Medieval-themed costumes, traditional wedding apparel and street clothes are welcome.

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