several ways for non residents of getting married in Mallorca Spain.
¤ If you become a resident of the island six months before your planned wedding in Mallorca, you can have a civil wedding here.
¤ Catholics can get married legally in Spain if their hometown priests provide the local church with the right paperwork, which can be a difficult without assistance on the island.
simplest option that is open to everyone is to have a blessing ceremony in Mallorca Spain. Before or after you receive this blessing you should have a civil ceremony in
your home country.
The blessing option
is in no way less special. It is your emotional wedding
day, and the day you will continue to remember and will celebrate for years to
¤ If you do
not wish to have a Catholic ceremony you can get a blessing in Church through
the English speaking Anglican Church. They offer “The Sacrament of Marriage”,
which is regarded as the full marriage ceremony, where you make your vows and
say “I do”. A marriage certificate is issued and your marriage will be
registered in the Chaplaincy register of Holy Matrimony. There must be direct
contact between yourselves and the Church with regard to the Ceremony itself.
We can help you with the contact details.
A Jewish wedding with a chuppah
Above - a Jewish wedding
Protestants from some countries enjoy real wedding ceremonies in Mallorca. For Swedish citizens, for instance, there
is a Swedish Church where you get married exactly in the same way as you would in Sweden. Choose your preferred outside location for the ceremony too.
The best wedding planners in Mallorca Spain offer blessings and a renewal of your vows too. ¤ We can organize a spiritual ceremony too. This must be completed with a civil ceremony in your home
country, be it before or afte in order to make it legal.
You can choose between different officiates for
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¤ For those
of you who are interested in renewing your vows
both the spiritual ceremony and the Sacrament of Marriage offered by the
Anglican Church, and other options offered by Protestant churches on the
islands, are open to you.
¤ Same sex couples can have a legally binding ceremony if one of you is a Spanish citizen. If neither of you is a Spanish
Resident, you could still come to Mallorca and have a spiritual union. This could also follow a civil ceremony in your home country
if current legislation where you reside permits this.
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