In brief, those to be married must:
b. obtain support in writing from two adult Friends for each non-member applicant (16.13);
d. give notice of intention as required by law in Scotland and obtain the marriage schedule before marriage and arrange for the legal registration of the marriage after it has been solemnised (16.22-16.26 & 16.46);
The registering officer must arrange for:
e. the giving of public notice of the intended marriage in the meeting or meetings to which the parties belong or which they usually attend (16.23);
f. ensuring in England and Wales that the certificate (form D) and any duplicates required are in the hands of the superintendent registrar(s) for those intending to marry who are not in membership (16.25-16.26);
h. notice of the intended meeting for worship to be given in accordance with 16.35;
i. the solemnisation of the marriage at the meeting for worship; in England and Wales the registration of the marriage after the meeting, and in Scotland the appropriate signing of the schedule (16.36-16.40 & 16.46).