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    Wedding Venues With regards to efficient wedding enterprise advertising, it's both going to cost you MONEY or TIME. There's nothing better than having your wedding ceremony in historical mansions or stunning valleys. France has the Loire Valley that is simply an hour away from Paris and has all the things from fairy tale castles to historic villages and a few breath taking views. Guests can enjoy the country life and you'll organise your marriage ceremony just about anyplace you want there.Who would not love a beach marriage ceremony? It is one of the good destination marriage ceremony ideas, and you will get married as the solar sets in, and drive away to a new life. Among the fashionable beach marriage ceremony locations in Europe are the Elias Beach in Cyprus, the Sugar Beach Membership Blue Lagoon in Turkey and The Balcony Zante in Greece. The views are sure to be breathtaking and with the correct wedding destination photographers, you may make it more particular.Every couple needs to protect their marriage ceremony day as completely as attainable. Not only do you spend an enormous amount of time getting all the details proper, but there are additionally moments that will by no means be recaptured. This will range from something anticipated like the marriage vows to a candid second shared between the bride and a family member.

  • 0 Nearly every part...

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    Nearly every part it's worthwhile to know before getting married abroad. Whether you are dreaming of a magical Mediterranean wedding or a tropical celebration on the pure white sands of the Caribbean, we're delighted to supply a number of the very best wedding ceremony locations, hand-picked for you. Check out our top locations then choose from a variety of quality assured motels, an important choice of flights and specifically designed wedding packages to suit your every want.White-sand beaches, Bombay Sapphire waters and an infectious party spirit imply the islands of the Caribbean were made for weddings. Every island has one thing different to deliver to the wedding desk - Aruba is home to a number of the longest, whitest beaches going, the Dominican Republic livens up evening do's with merengue music and rum cocktails, and Jamaica presents a reggae soundtrack and a laid-again perspective. Cuba does weddings with a Latino-fashion swing of the hips, combining all of the traits of a Caribbean paradise with its iconic capital metropolis, Havana. Then there's St Lucia , where the two of you possibly can stand on the altar with the mighty twin peaks of the Piton Mountains towering behind you.From lovely mountain surroundings to fashionable cities, Canada has something for everyone - however Quebec Metropolis's status as a French-talking World Heritage website really sets it apart as somewhere particular. It is also home to the fairytale Hotel de Glace , a magical setting created from ice and snow every year, full with its personal ice chapel, good in order for you a novel wedding abroad in Canada.Beachfront settings in Cyprus , luxurious personal villas in Ibiza, and pretty fresco-painted city halls in Croatia are a number of the venues we have lined up for symbolic similar-sex ceremonies and blessings. We also supply identical-sex marriage ceremonies in Mexico and even Iceland , where you'll be able to tie the knot in a choice of distinctive places. Say I do on high of a volcano, behind a 200-ft waterfall, at the otherworldly geothermal Blue Lagoon, or against the dramatic volcanic panorama of Thingvellir Nationwide Park.One of the best components of getting married overseas is having the ability to convey native flavours onto the marriage breakfast menu. Venue-clever, if you happen to're getting wed on the seashore in entrance of a hotel it'll seem apparent to move into the resort's function room or gardens to your first meal as man and spouse. Or go for a barbecue on the seaside. For those who'd quite dine at the grass roots degree, you'll be able to ask your wedding advisor to recommend some local restaurants that could accommodate you and your friends.

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  • 0 Wedding Venues in Amalfi Coast & Capri

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     WEDDING VENUES IN AMALFI COAST & CAPRI Your wedding in Amalfi Coast can be the most special event you have ever dreamed of. This beautiful place let you be able to combine breathtaking sea view with charming historical ruins and its flowers. There are beautiful luxurious hotels and villas along the Amalfi Coast which can be a perfect venue for your wedding day to remember forever. Marvelluos gardens, sun-drenched terraces, frescoed ceilings makes this place a really breathtaking location. There is an outstanding luxury hotel on a cliff above the sea. The view over the bay of Naples is amazing from the rooms and grounds of this hotel. If you look further the unique view of Mount Vesuvius, Sorrento Peninsula and the island of Capri provides you an unforgettable scenery. Is there any more romantic and outstanding for a memorable wedding day?  

  • 0 Outdoor Weddings in Tuscany

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    Outdoor Weddings in Tuscany Should you plan to have an outdoor wedding, the best choice for you is Tuscany in Italy. In Tuscany you can celebrate your wedding on elegant terraces or gardens with breathtaking panorama and atmosphere making your day special and unforgettable. There are beautiful castles where you can have your fabulous and romantic wedding. You can find terraces, splendid courtyards, covered verandas for dining and dancing. Near castles there are lots of hotels and farmhouses where you and your guests may have accomodation. Beside castles there can be found villas and hotels too where you can celebrate your unique day.  These villas are surrounded by wineyards and amazing views and has splendid panoramic pool, gardrens, halls.

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    Cruise Wedding   Is your dream a special and unforgettable wedding day?  What do you think about saying „ I do” on the sea?  Fascinate your guests and invite them for a Cruise Wedding. Nowadays Cruise Weddings are becoming more popular which is not wonder. This kind of wedding venue has unique and romantic features. Getting married on the sea with open air, beautiful sunshine and of course the excellent foods and drinks is a wonder that every couple dreams of who like sea and ocean.

  • 0 Getting married in Spain

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    Catholic weddings are the only legally recognised religious wedding ceremonies in Spain. In fact, a Catholic wedding is the only way to be legally married in Spain if you are a non national. For other religions, you can have a blessing, but the paperwork will have to be sorted out at home. There is a 2 year residency requirement if you want to have a Civil Ceremony.   CIVIL CEREMONY There is a 2 year residency requirement if you want to have a Civil Ceremony. The documents required are as follows;  Original birth certificate in its long form  Passport  Fe de Solteria y Vida | Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage This is basically your proof of freedom to marry and may be obtained from your local registry office or consulate.  Original marriage and divorce / death certificate if appropriate.  If either party is widowed, then both the original marriage certificate and death certificate must be presented together with sworn translations.  Certificate of Empadronimiento | Proof of residency This can be obtained from the Tenencia de Alcaldía (town hall) in which you are a resident. All documents that are in English must be stamped with an Apostille Stamp. An Apostille Stamp authenticates documents executed outside of Spain (such as a birth certificate,) so that it will be recognised as genuine/ official / legitimate for use in other countries, such as Spain. All Documents must be accompanied by their Spanish translations. Banns must be posted for a period of at least 15 days. The Office of the Registrar will then issue a marriage license and once the wedding ceremony is over After the ceremony is performed, your marriage will be recorded in the Civil Registry and a Spanish marriage certificate is issued to you. OPTIONS FOR CIVIL CEREMONY COUPLES If a civil ceremony is what you require, there are only two options available to you to overcome the residency requirement. The first is to get married in a civil ceremony back home and have a blessing in Spain. The second is to get married in Gibraltar. I know it’s a different country but Gibraltar borders northern Spain and it is much easier for foreign nationals to get married here and because it is so close, you can hop back to Spain for your wedding celebrations.  RELIGIOUS CEREMONIES CATHOLIC If you or your partner are Catholic, then you can be legally married in a catholic wedding ceremony in Spain, actually – it’s about the only way to get married legally in Spain.   At least one partner in the couple has to be Catholic and neither can be divorced.  It’s a long process, start at least 6 months in advance, longer if possible. Paperwork needs to be completed at home, usually through the bride’s parish but certain documents such as the groom’s baptismal cert will be required . The priest will get in touch with the parish in Spain and will guide you through the paperwork. Forms and documents need to be translated into Spanish. Documentation Pre-nuptial enquiry Your local parish will provide you with this and it is required for both of you. Baptismal, Communion and Confirmation Certificates issued by your parish church and within the last 6 months. Fe de Solteria y Vida | Letter of Freedom to Marry A formal letter from your parish priest that states that you have fulfilled your Pre – Marital course requirements. This letter should also include permission from the priest that you are free to marry in a Catholic Church elsewhere. The priest will forward this on to the local Archbishop who will prepare a cover letter. Along with the rest of the items listed below, your priest or Archbishop will forward these documents on to the local bishop in Spain (see next point) who in turn will let the church you are to be married in know that everything is in order. Bishop’s Special Permission Non-nationals need to have their documents sent to the Bishop of the diocese in which they intend to marry to receive special permission. This can take up to four weeks and should be sent by your local Archbishop or priest.  Other Documentation Along with the documents above, the Archbishop will also need to send on certificates that might be appropriate such as Death Certificate, a Decree of Nullity, or a dispensation letter if one half of the couple is not Catholic. Documents should reach the church you wish to be married in at least 2 months before the wedding date. Very Important Wedding dates need to be organised directly with the church in Spain. After the wedding, you must deliver the marriage papers to the local Spanish Civil Registry to legalise them. OTHER RELIGIONS Unfortunately, you can only be married legally in Protestant, Islamic and Jewish ceremonies if you can meet the 2 year residency requirements.  

  • 0 Getting married in Croatia

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    There is no official residency requirement for civil ceremonies in Croatia, although you will be required to make an appointment to meet with the Maticar (Registrar) at the local town hall a few days before the wedding takes place. Catholic and Orthodox faiths are the two main religions in Croatia and your only realistic options for a religious wedding ceremony in Croatia. Religious ceremonies are not legally binding in Croatia and can only be performed with proof marriage by civil ceremony in Croatia or from home. Minimum Age Requirement is 18.   CIVIL CEREMONY Civil ceremonies can take place in locations that have been approved by the Croatian authorities so as well as the registry office, it is possible to get married in hotels, places of interest, outdoors – even on a boat! Civil ceremonies are generally performed in Croatian by the local Maticar (civil officer) so if neither bride nor groom speak Croatian, they will have to engage the services of a court appointed translator at their own expense. The U.S embassy in Croatia’s website keeps a good record of translators. Applying for specific documents in your own country might require you to submit items like your birth certificate and passports so bear this in mind when you are figuring our your timelines and making travel arrangements. Documents cannot be more than 90 days old on your wedding date so make sure you time your request for certified copies of long form birth certificates and other documentation required accordingly. All documentation needs to be with the local town hall where you wish to be married no less than 30 days before your wedding date. Photocopies and scans of documents will not be accepted. Original documents need to be submitted and these won’t be returned so make sure you contact your local authority to get genuine copies of legal documents. Certificates and official documentation (both general and specific) must hold and Apostille Stamp. All documents must be translated into Croatian. Passports must be valid for one year after the wedding date.   General Process for All Nationalities Establish where the nearest registry office is to where you want to get married.  You will need to contact them directly and outline the ceremony venue you have in mind and your preferred wedding date. It goes without saying that this is one reason why you should hire a local wedding planner as communicating is going to be difficult. It’s a good idea to be aware of the documentation you require (see below) before you make contact first. It will allow you to double check with them that you have everything in order. You will also need to confirm the date you need to meet with them in person before the wedding date to finalise paperwork. Once you confirm the wedding date, make sure you mark down the 30th day before your wedding in a calendar to ensure you have your paperwork posted over on time. Obviously, we recommend that this is not done on the 30th day and that it should arrive at their office well in advance of this deadline. Remember that documents need to be a maximum of 90 days old or less on the day of your wedding. A translator is required at the wedding if you do not speak Croatian. On arrival in Croatia, you will need to meet with the town hall on your agreed appointment date to go through your paperwork but at this stage everything should be in order. For residents of Ireland, UK, USA, Canada and Australia, your marriage license will be issued in English after the wedding and will be recognised in your home country. General Documentation Required by All Nationalities Valid passports Photocopies of picture pages on passports Official, Long Form, signed Birth Certificates Photocopies of the picture page of the passports for your two witnesses, listing their name, address and occupation Divorce Decree (if appropriate) Deed Poll (if appropriate) Death Certificate (if appropriate) Parents’ Consent if either party is under 18

  • 0 Getting married in France

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    Getting married in France Getting legally married in France is only possible through a civil ceremony which takes place at the council offices (mairie). The couple can then follow this with a religious ceremony, a secular service, or whatever celebration they choose, in a destination of their choice. Pre-wedding preparations The civil ceremony at the mairie must be in a commune (town or village) that you or your future spouse is linked to: where one or both of you live, or (since 2013) where one of your parents live. Most mairies are so small they only have one receptionist (and many have quirky opening hours as a result) so simply saying you want to get married is enough to start procedures. In larger towns, you can ask for the office des mariages (office of marriages) although this may cause some confusion if they don't have a separate department.You must apply together to the mairie in question, and prove that you are are both free to wed. This may include a face-to-face interview, either together or separately. The mairie will then publish the bans for a fixed period. This is a formality where your intent to marry is publically announced, to allow anyone with knowledge of a legal impediment (eg. an existing marriage) time to notify the registrar.This process typically takes at least four weeks, longer if one or both of you are not French. You may have a limited choice as to which day you can get married. Be prepared to be flexible.You must be over 18 and not already married to get married.Destination French weddings for foreigners Many people come to France to get married. However, the paperwork to arrange a civil wedding while out of the country is complex. Non-residents who do not have a parent living in France require a special dispensation to get married in the country, and this is very rarely granted. Many couples prefer to have the civil wedding in their country of origin or residence, and hold a second, religious or secular, ceremony in France.Conversely, couples who are residents in France may find it easier to hold the civil ceremony in France, and then celebrate with family and friends abroad.Documentation to get married in France Expect to have to provide: ID (eg. passport); birth certificate – this must be less than three months old if issued in France, less than six months old if issued elsewhere, and if from abroad, it may need to be 'legalised' so it's recognised in France, for example, the affixation of an Apostille stamp; proof of address (eg. rental agreement, recent bills); proof of nationality; proof of civil status – typically, you will request a Certificat de Capacité Matrimoniale from your embassy, but expect to provide a divorce or death certificate too, if you have been married previously; notary's certificate (only required with a prenuptual agreement); family record book (livret de famille) (typically only if you already have a child born in France); information about your two – four witnesses. As of 2013, medical certificates are no longer required.If you are not French, you may require a Certificat de Coutume from your embassy. This ensures that your marriage will be equally valid in France and in your home country.A notarised translation is typically required for any documents not in French. Foreign documents may have to be authorised with an Apostille stamp or equivalent, also known as 'Apostillisation' or 'legalisation'. The issuing authority stamps a document with an unique ID, indicating that it is a true and accurate copy to be recognised internationally.   Wedding ceremonies in France The ceremony must take place at the mairie, in a room open to the public, no less than 10 days and no more than one year after authorisation is granted. If you wait more than three months, you may have to supply new copies of your birth certificates. The mayor (maire) or their representative will preside over the ceremony.The ceremony will be in French. If either of you are not fluent in the language, it is strongly advised that you have a translator present. They do not usually need to be a professional or certified translator.Prenuptual agreements The default is that property acquired during the marriage is held in common (régime légal de communauté réduite aux acquêts) while property acquired outside the marriage is not. Additionally, without a will, the surviving spouse will retain half of the communal property, and inherit a proportion of the other half, shared with any children. In France, a prenuptual agreement (contrat de mariage) is only valid if it is arranged before the wedding. You must present a certificate from a public notary who has witnessed the contract when you apply to the mairie.A prenuptual agreement is used to alter the standard form of inheritance, joint ownership of property and mutual responsibility within the confines laid down by French law. It is common where there are children from previous relationships, other dependants, where one or both spouses own a business, or where there is significant wealth. Consult a legal professional for advice on your particular situation.De facto agreements Unmarried couples (same-sex or heterosexual) may create a Pacs (pacte civil de solidarité), a legally binding document that arranges certain aspects of their life. This is not an impediment to marriage, nor is it a prenuptual agreement. It is dissolved by marriage.Proof of marriage  After the ceremony, you will be presented with a family record document (livret de famille) unless you already have one. This is an ongoing record of all elements relating to the marriage (births, adoptions, deaths, divorce, etc.) and includes a copy of your marriage certificate (l'acte de mariage). If you require a separate or additional copy of the certificate, you must request this separately.French citizenship Marrying a French citizen does not automatically grant you French citizenship. There is currently a mandatory two-year wait before a residence card is granted to a non-French spouse, unless they already have one.Which name? By default, both spouses keep their own name. Each may add the other's name to theirs at this time for no charge, or a woman may replace her name with her husband's. Either or both may go through the process to legally change their name. Same-sex marriage Citizens of 11 countries (Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cambodia, Kosovo, Laos, Morocco, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Slovenia and Tunisia) cannot enter into a same-sex marriage in France. This is apparently due to pre-existing treaties which mean that citizens of these countries must abide by certain of their own laws while in France. At the time of writing, in 2014, various challenges were under way but success is not in sight.

  • 0 Getting married in Greece

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    The process for getting married can vary slightly between regions and islands so it is suggested to verify requirements with the local City Hall, and/or with the presiding religious leader in the case of a religious ceremony. THE WEDDING NOTICE A wedding notice must be published in one local newspaper or (in small towns) posted at the town hall in the Greek language eight days before the application for the marriage licence can be submitted. One notice must be published or posted for the bride, and one notice must be published or posted for the groom. The names on the notice should be phonetically written in Greek and not in Latin characters. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS The following are required of foreigners applying for a marriage licence in Greece (the bride and groom must each submit these documents): A passport A valid residence permit (if applicable) An original or certified copy of the applicant's birth certificate, along with an official translation into Greek. The birth certificate should have an Apostille stamp (see below) If either has been married before, a death certificate or final divorce decree, along with an official translation into Greek A Certificate of No Impediment, which must be completed in English and Greek and notarised at the applicable Embassy A copy of the newspaper in which the wedding notices were published (if applicable) The court decision approving the marriage for those under 18 years of age Application fee Two sets of the above documents are required if both civil and religious ceremonies are to be performed. One set is for the town hall and the other for the priest. Note: Americans marrying in Greece may be able to use a valid marriage licence issued in the United States if the licence does not contain any wording that indicates it is exclusively valid in the issuing jurisdiction. CERTIFICATES OF NO IMPEDIMENT For foreign nationals already in Greece, it may be possible to obtain a Certificate of No Impediment from their consular authority in Greece. This will usually require the applicant to attest to the fact that they are legally able to marry. A minimum residence period in Greece may apply, and the waiting period for the Certificate can be several weeks. In some cases, consular authorities may require proof of civil status from the person's home country, which can be obtained from the registry office or town hall of the person's previous place of residence. This must be officially legalised with an Apostille stamp. Note: If a Certificate of No Impediment cannot be obtained from a consular authority in Greece, then it must be obtained from the local registry office or town hall where the foreign national resides, therefore it is strongly suggested to contact the consulate in Greece well in advance. THE APOSTILLE/LEGALISATION Any foreign legal documents which are to be used in Greece must be officially legalised with the Hague Convention Apostille. The Apostille is a stamp or seal that signifies the document is legal and authentic; it is meant to simplify the process of document legalisation across international borders. If submitting more than one document requiring a Hague Convention Apostille, each document must have an Apostille. A Hague Convention Apostille for a legal document, such as a birth certificate or divorce decree, can be obtained by an approved government office in the country, state or county where the document originates (this could be a State Secretary's office or Foreign and Commonwealth Office). If the country is not a member of this Hague Convention, then a certified letter from the town hall where the document originates, stating that the document is valid and true, may be sufficient. Otherwise, the Greek Embassy in the applicant's home country may validate the documents. TRANSLATION All legal documents submitted for the marriage which are not in Greek must be officially translated into Greek. The term official translation means a translation that has been made and certified by a lawyer, a certified translator or by the Greek Foreign Ministry’s Department of Translation. For those outside of Greece, the Greek Consulate in their home country can offer official translations. Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Department of Translation REGISTRATION OF THE MARRIAGE All marriages in Greece, whether civil or religious, must be registered at the local Registrar's Office/Office of Vital Statistics (Lixiarhio) within 40 days following the ceremony. Registration can be done by the bride or groom, or by any individual who is in possession of a power of attorney signed before a Notary Public giving them the authority to register the marriage. Once registered, a Marriage Certificate (lixiarchiki praxi gamou) will be issued within three days and can be picked up or sent via the mail.