Getting married in one of the many churches, cathedrals or outdoors on a consecrated ground near a chapel or a church is the ideal way to make your wedding in Croatia an unforgettable event, as it offers you a unique glimpse into the long and rich history of the area, its art and architecture. You can choose from a range of world-renowned localities or opt for one of the less known Dalmatian sites safely hidden away from the public eye. When you decide which location is the best for you, you can leave the rest to us as we will prepare, arrange and organise the whole event. Offering a wide range of services and choosing from a variety of vendors specialised for various cultural and religious demands of our clients makes Promessi Weddings & Events an ideal choice for your religious ceremony in Croatia. We will be happy to help you take care of all the administrative aspects of the wedding so that you can focus only on relaxing and enjoying the most special day of your life. Most churches in Croatia are Roman Catholic. However, in larger Croatian cities it is also possible to arrange an Orthodox, Jewish, Muslim or other religious wedding.
You have always wanted to repeat the promise you have made to one another, the promise that marked the beginning of the wonderful journey that is your life together. The love that accompanied you along the way deserves to be recognised and celebrated and what better place to throw a romantic bash than Croatia! Whether you want to recreate the original ceremony or add a splash of something completely new that was not possible before, allow us to help you and join you in the celebration of your love. Professional assistance of Promessi wedding planners in organising such events in Croatia helps you focus on what really matters – your never ending love.
Whether you have already got married in your home country or you just want to avoid the legal conundrums of getting married in Croatia, a symbolic wedding ceremony is an ideal way to celebrate your love in one of Dalmatia’s breath-taking sites. Let your imagination roam free and let us come up with a unique destination wedding ceremony custom-made just for you!
Sandy beaches sprinkled with rose petals, light breeze on the terrace of a luxury hotel overlooking the rippled sea, a secluded olive grove, the deck of a ship sailing to one of the thousand Adriatic islands… There are endless possibilities and sites in Croatia where you can exchange your vows with the one you love the most. Your dreams can come true faster than you can say “I do”, as we are the ones who take care of all the work as wedding planners, including the paperwork related to the registration of the wedding. All you need to do is make a wish and we will make your destination wedding in Croatia happen.
Originals of all documents required to form a marriage in Croatia must be delivered at the latest thirty days prior to the ceremony. Birth certificates may not be issued more than 90 days prior to the ceremony. In order for the ceremony to take place, it is necessary to register your intent in the Registry Office of the city/town where the wedding is to take place at least one day prior to the event. An official court interpreter will be present during the registration and the ceremony. Documents required to get married may vary depending on your home country. We advise you to contact the embassy of your home country in Croatia and inquire on details and legal matters. Please make sure that you have a valid passport and that the names of the bride and the groom, the best man and the maid of honour are consistent in all required documents.
The following documents are necessary to form a marriage:
– a certificate of birth (issued no later than three months prior to the event)
– copies of passports of the bride, the groom, the best man and the maid of honour
– certificate stating you are not married (in the event your certificate of birth has been issued more than three months ago)
– a court decision allowing the marriage to be formed (if one or both of the future spouses is a legal minor over the age of 16, or if the future spouses are children of siblings or half-siblings/step-siblings).
Most documents must be notarised with an official Apostille stamp.