Can we get legally married in Mallorca?
There are a few ways that you can have a legal ceremony in Mallorca – but these are quite limited; if you are Catholics, if you have Swedish nationality or if you have residency here. If this doesn’t fit your situation, don’t worry! Almost all of our couples opt for a simple register office ceremony at home a few weeks before the wedding to take care of the legalities with the minimum of fuss (many of them don’t even tell family or friends to keep it very low-key).
With all the paperwork taken care of, you can focus on your wedding here where you will make your vows, exchange your rings and express your commitment to each other in front of friends and family in a beautiful location in Mallorca.
What is included in your fee?
A meeting on Zoom or Skype to get to know each other, talk about your plans and discuss how we’ll work together on your ceremony.
As much communication as needed to complete your ceremony
A complimentary enhancement such as hand-fasting or our wine-box ceremony
Help with writing your vows if you choose this option
The celebrant of your choice for up to three hours on the wedding day
A commemorative wedding certificate
Do you conduct same-sex ceremonies?
Absolutely! We love creating personalised ceremonies for LBTGQ couples.
We have lots of readings which are great for same-sex couples and many gender-neutral ones too.
What paperwork do we need to fill out?
To arrange your ceremony, just send us an email or complete the enquiry form in the Contact us section. If you already have a preference for one of our celebrant team, let us know and we’ll check if they are free. Otherwise, we’ll advise you on who is available for your day. You can have introductory call if you wish. Then, when you’ve decided, we send you a deposit invoice, our Terms & Conditions, and a simple questionnaire, About your Ceremony so that you can tell us a bit more about who will be involved on the day, your preferred readings, music and other aspects. That’s all the paperwork done!
Do you do baby-naming ceremonies?
Yes we do! Some couples choose to combine this with their wedding or vow renewal.
Do we have a rehearsal beforehand?
That’s not usually necessary, and most couples arrive just a couple of days before the wedding so timing would be tight. But we can have a Zoom call before you leave to go though the timings and orchestration of your ceremony.
Can we involve our children in our ceremony?
Yes, that’s a great idea, and there are many great ways your children can play a role. They can be flower girls or ring-bearers or help to tie the ribbons with you in a hand-fasting ceremony which unites the whole family. Older children can also do a special reading as part of the ceremony.
Can you marry us at our villa?