The Legalities

Different countries each have their own legislation dictating whether you can legally marry there and how it can be made possible. We have collated all the information needed to understand whether your desired region is suitable for a destination wedding.


Sri Lanka

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Abu Dhabi

Getting married in Abu Dhabi is not possible unless one of you is a resident of the UAE. We have outlined the steps required in order to get married there. Abu Dhabi is home to wonderful venues where you can throw the most incredible celebration.
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Tanzania

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Turkey

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Czech Republic

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Austria

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Florida

Tying the knot in Florida & Miami, like the rest of the US, is straight-forward and easy. You just need to make sure all of your documents are correct before you fly there to avoid complications later on. As Florida is such a popular wedding destination, we also recommend booking your venue well in advance!
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New York

Getting married in New York is very easy as the main objective is to organise the Marriage Licence. This is valid for 24 hours after approval is given, and then is valid for 60 days thereafter. Once the Marriage Licence is organised then you are ready to officially tie the knot - simple!
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California

Tying the knot in California is a simple process. The most important thing to organise is ensuring you have all the correct documents for the Marriage Licence for the County Clerk. As long as you are organised, marrying in California should be stress-free and straightforward.
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Botswana

A destination wedding in Botswana, surrounded by nature, would be an unforgettably magical experience. Thankfully, marrying in this beautiful country is not as difficult as you might think, just make sure that all of your documents are correct before you set off as you can only apply for a Special Marriage Licence once you have arrived in the country.
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India

India is a difficult country to marry in because you have to have been living in India for at least 30 days before the ceremony to tie the knot. Equally, there is then a 30 day waiting period once your application has been accepted. This means the whole process will take at least 2 months whilst living in India.
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Morocco

Morocco is not the easiest country to marry in. You will have to sift through the paperwork such as the affidavit of intent to marry and organise police and medical record checks in order to tie the knot in this majestic country. We suggest allowing a few months to organise the whole process successfully.
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