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Santorini – Greece


Wedding on Santorini island Greece


Homeland of myths and legends of the Olympic gods could only be Greece.

We are doing our best for the couple and their guests to have the most special experience not only of their wedding as a ceremony, but also during the entire time they spend on the beautiful island of Santorini. The ceremony and the reception can be organized anywhere on the island depending on the clients’ interests. It can be hosted at a Caldera View chapel or in a balcony/terrace of one of our cooperating hotel suites on the cliff with breathtaking view, overlooking the sea and the volcano, or in a winery, or even on an old style sailing boat. Furthermore, the clients can just tell us what they have in mind and we will find the ideal venue to match their interests. We organize both civil wedding ceremony and Greek orthodox ceremony.

Reasons to go

Wedding in Santorini is a dream of many brides. Just imagine your day among the gentle waves under the bright sun, the white facades and one of the most spectacular views on earth, the Caldera view… Santorini is fairy tale, but a wedding in the homeland of myths and legends of the Olympic gods could easily become a reality.

Finishing touches

The choices are many in order for the clients to have a variety of options.
Furthermore, the clients can just tell us what they have in mind and we will find the ideal venue to match their interests.

Best time to go

High season of Santorini begins from the start of April to the end of October.
Although November until March is winter period in Greece, there are many people visiting Santorini also during this season.
The island is very beautiful in April when everything blooms around and even the black volcanic rock blaze of different colors! In May, September & October, weather is very comfortable, sun still does not burn, and you can walk for hours! The hottest wedding, of course, take place from mid-June to mid-August. And in August-September, when picking grapes starts, Greek wedding can be amazing.

Essential information

The most significant experience of a lifetime can be organized according to the couples’ request of at least 2 dates of choice, in order to cross check with the Town Hall & Celebrant’s schedule and advice the available day. A very important issue is that we need to know the dates of interest as soon as possible if a sunset ceremony is requested, in order to guarantee the booking, since the requests for these kind of ceremonies are quite high.

Required Documentation for Civil Wedding:

  • Passports: The bride’s & Groom’s valid passports (no translation is required)
  • Birth Certificate: A certified copy of birth certificate with an Apostille stamp along with an official translation by their local embassy or consulate. Please note that it should be the full birth certificate as the shorter version will not be acceptable.
  • Certificate of No Impediment endorsed with Apostille stamp. This document should be issued by their local registrar, which insures that there is no problem to get married. Please note that this certificate must not be older than three months prior the wedding day.
  • Degree Absolute: A divorce certificate is requested in the event there is any, officially translated by the local Greek Embassy or consulate.
  • Death Certificate: In case that any of the parties is widower, a death certificate must be obtained along with the official translation by the local Greek Embassy or consulate.
  • Deed Poll Certificate: In case that any of the parties has changed her/his name by deed poll, a certificate must be obtained along with the official translation by the local Greek Embassy or consulate.
  • Adoption Certificate: Necessary if any of the parties is adopted (official translation is needed).

Required Documentation for Greek Orthodox Wedding:

  •  From the Greek Orthodox Church, a certificate to give consent and the freedom to marry (Otherwise known as the letter of Celibacy)
    – This document should be given in Greek and is signed & stamped from the priest of their parish thus there should be no need for translation.
    – Validation of this document for the authenticity of the priests’ signature MUST be obtained from the Bishop of the local church.
  • Baptismal Certificates for the couple
    – Signed & stamped by the parish priest. If not given in Greek, must be translated to Greek (valid only if translated by a Greek Consulate/Embassy or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Athens)
    – Validation of this document for the authenticity of the priests’ signature MUST be obtained from the Bishop of the local church.
  • Divorce certificate/degree if any:
    – Certificate to be obtained from the judge and from the Church if they had a previous Greek Orthodox wedding.
    – The divorce decree requires translation to Greek. Translation in Greek in only required for the pages that carry the court decision and not for the whole divorce settlement (Valid only if translated by a Greek Consulate/Embassy or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Athens).
  • The couple has to sign a paper in a notary office that their children will become Greek Orthodox (Certificate of Faith).
    – Document must be in Greek (Valid only if translated by a Greek Consulate/Embassy or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Athens)
  • Single status letter/Letter of No Impediment (from their local registrar’s office/town hall for each of the couple or marriage license.
    – The letter or marriage license requires translation to Greek (Valid only if translated by a Greek Consulate/Embassy or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Athens)


All documents require to be translated only by Greek authorities, such as a Greek Consulate or Embassy (in your city or country) or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Athens. An independent translator with notary stamp IS NOT accepted by the church. All translators should be approved by the Greek Consulate or Embassy.

Insider knowledge

Santorini is essentially what remains after an enormous volcanic eruption, which took place some 3.600 years ago, that destroyed the earliest settlements on a formerly single island, and created the current geological caldera. A giant central, rectangular lagoon, which measures about 12 by 7 km (7.5 by 4.3 mi), is surrounded by 300 m (980 ft) high, steep cliffs on three sides.
On the other side of the island there are plenty of beautiful beaches with various volcanic colourings,such as the black beach (Kamari), the red beach, the grey (Perissa) andd the white ones.
The traditional architecture of Santorini is similar to that of the other islands of Cyclades, with low-lying cubical houses, made of local stone and whitewashed or limewashed with various volcanic ashes used as colours.


Lake Bled – Slovenia


Slovenia Bled Wedding

SLOVEnia carries love in it’s name.

Bled and its surroundings, thanks to the incredible natural beauty, fall into the category of the most delightful alpine resorts, renowned for its mild curative climate and the thermal water. The beauty of the mountains reflected in the clear lake, the sun, fresh air and silence give a pleasant feeling to guests at any time of the year and provide a great vacation. Therefore, Bled is one of the most attractive places for weddings, not only in Slovenia, but also throughout Europe.

Why choose Bled?

Delightful and dramatic Alpine Slovenia is a region of towering snow-capped peaks and verdant valleys, of waterfalls and spectacular vistas, of gorgeous meadows and traditional rural heritage.
Its centrepiece is Bled, a town and lake that have drawn visitors for centuries to their natural charms, including the stunning cliff-top castle and dreamy island with its timeless chapel and bell of wishes.

Finishing touches

We understand that organising a wedding is a demanding task and will be there to support you from the very beginning all the way to the big finale. Together, we will select the venues, the wedding photographer and the music, and we’ll set the itinerary of the day. In line with your wishes, we’ll arrange all little details that are indispensable for an amazing wedding: the cake, flowers, transfers, accommodation, hairstyling and make-up, decorations and many more.

Best time to go

Most couples choose to hold their wedding in Slovenia between May and September, mainly due to the pleasant temperatures and sunny weather. That said, the winter naturally also has its charms: less crowds, slightly lower rates and, if you’re lucky, a fairy-tale snow-covered landscape.

Essential information

  • The mighty Castle of Bled stands on an imposing rock above Lake Bled. Breathtaking views open up across the lake, the island and the surrounding Alps from its terraces. This romantic castle, the oldest in Slovenia, features several historical rooms, such as the printing works, wine cellar and forge, which can all be incorporated into your wedding day. After being greeted by the Lord and Lady of the Castle, your wedding guests are taken to the upper castle terrace for the ceremony. A performance of medieval dances ensues while bottles of sparkling wine for the toast are opened with the help of a sword. Your wedding dinner can be held on the terrace or within the stone walls of the castle restaurant, which is run by Slovenia’s premier caterer Jezeršek.
  • The Vila Bled, a former presidential residence, lies in a lush park on the shore of Lake Bled, an ideal venue for an unforgettable garden wedding and sparkling wine reception. After the civil service, guests may take a boat from the villa’s private pier to the island amidst the lake, which is only a 7-minute boat ride away. The Vila Bled’s Concert Hall features an impressive mural and is as fascinating as the history of the building and estate. Depending on the date of your wedding and the size of the wedding party, you may also be able to hold your wedding dinner on the lakeside terrace, while the after-party would invariably be carried out in the Belvedere Pavilion, a unique building in the hotel park, overlooking the lake from a dominant position 30m above its waters

Civil and church ceremonies

You can opt to have both your civil service and your church wedding in Slovenia, or hold just one of the ceremonies in our country. For the marriage to be legal, you will have to be married civilly and you will also have to arrange all required paperwork before the wedding. The civil ceremony is a solemn service that can be held in a number of beautiful venues. It is officiated in Slovenian as the official language and translated by an interpreter into a language the bride and groom both understand. After the wedding, you will be issued an international marriage certificate. The church ceremony can be either Catholic or protestant and may be held in English.

Insider knowledge

The Triglav National Park, the only national park in Slovenia, lies in the immediate vicinity of Bled. It comprises one of the most beautiful and attractive areas of Slovenia, almost the entire Slovenian part of the Julian Alps. The territory of the National Park is very picturesque and varied. The highest mountain in Slovenia, Triglav (2864 m), after which the park was named, lies in its centre. From Triglav, deep and sharply cut valleys, mainly of glacial origin, open on all sides in the form of a fan.


Lake Garda – Italy


Garda Lake in Italy


Magnificent views

We offer you a wedding in a wonderful place in Italy, which combines solar energy south seas and enveloping melancholy north. A place where a fortress towns and villages coexist with cozy sandy beaches merging into a single chain of beauty, whose reflection we still find in the works of Dickens, Wilde, Kafka. And if not a direct reference to the lake, then at least the spirit of these places perfectly transferred them in his memoirs, letters and works of art. Your wedding on Garda Lake – it is also a great opportunity to spend a few days honeymoon in one of the most famous resorts in Italy. We can offer your choice of several options for weddings on Lake Garda in the wedding hall of the castle of Malcesine, in the castle of Sirmione or Gardone Riviera Hall.

Reasons to go

Lake Garda means wonderful nature: amazing views, stunning sunsets, olive grooves, lemon and bougainvilleas scent and mountains reflecting in the deep blue water. It is like a lovely dream to be true, the perfect setting for a romantic wedding!
It has a great history, its castles dominate the East side of the Lake such as Castello di Malcesine, Torri del Benaco and Castello di Lonato. They can all host outdoor legal ceremonies overlooking great panoramas. On the West side villas and ancient mansions could be perfect wedding reception venues.
Offers more than what you could expect: boat trips, water sports, SPA experiences, wine tastings in Valpolicella, sightseeing in the beautiful Verona and Venice.
Lake Garda is only 20 minutes drive from Verona airport where major airlines fly to. It is also only 1.30 hours drive from Milan.

Finishing touches

Whether you are vintage inspired, looking for a contemporary style or wanting something a little out of the ordinary, we will take care of every detail with attention and love. From the ceremony venue and the restaurant to the flowers and music we will help you to realise all your wishes and dreams. We work only with professional vendors so that you will be sure that every single aspect of your wedding will be perfect and you will enjoy this special moment without surprises. We offer all the wedding services you are looking for: make up and hairstyle for the bride, a lovely bouquet, wedding flower decoration, a professional wedding photographer, boat trip for the couple and their guest, wedding reception at a typical Italian Restaurant and one overnight for the bride and groom in a beautiful four star hotel.

Best time to go

It depends a lot on what you are looking for. The temperature does vary a bit with the north of the lake being windier and slightly colder.

  • July and August
    If you enjoy long hot days spent lazing on a beach and swimming in warm balmy water then July is probably the best, but do expect crowds.
    Early to mid August is much the same as July although in late August you might get the occasional late afternoon thunderstorm these are often a pleasant relief from the heat and don’t last long. Temperatures are around 30°c and water at around 23°c.ž
  • May, June and September
    During all these three months you can still enjoy long warm evenings, time on the beach and great sunshine without the hoards of tourists that you will encounter in July and August.
  • March, April and October
    These months are often wet, but you may get a few warm days in between but generally, you are looking at around 18°C.
  • Winter
    Not many people visit during winter so you can have the lake to yourself. It does get cold but December, January and February have lovely crisp clear days. The scenery is spectacular on these clear days and you can see for miles.

Essential information

The main requirements are:

  • age of majority.
  • free status (single, divorced, widower/widow) In case of divorce, the decree of divorce is necessary and the bride who is divorced or a widow from less than 300 days will also have to produce the relevant authorization from the Court.
  • absence of impediments resulting from parentage, kinship, adoption and fosterage.

Foreign citizens will have to produce the certificate of no impediment or any other document provided for by the State they are citizens of.
Foreign citizens that are not residents nor domiciled in Italy are not subject to marriage banns but they must sign, after having obtained an appointment at the Wedding Office some days before the wedding, the statement of absence of impediments to the marriage.
At least 10 days earlier, the spouses will have to produce the No Impediment certificate or any other document provided for by the State they are citizens of, even by electronic mail. The original will necessarily have to be produced on the day of the statement of absence of impediments to the marriage.

In addition to the bride and groom, the following people must be present at the scheduled time and day:

  • two witnesses, of legal age (one for the bride and one for the groom),
  • an interpreter of legal age, if either the bride or groom does not speak Italian (the witnesses must understand the Italian language if an interpreter is not present).

If both the spouses speak the Italian language also the witnesses will have to.

Insider knowledge

Poets and politicians, divas and dictators, they’ve all been drawn to captivating Lake Garda. On the shore of the lake there are dozens of towns, which at first glance may seem to resemble each other, but the first attempt to feel the atmosphere of each of them, this is a mistaken feeling disappears. Each of them has its own atmosphere and charm of its own.


Dubrovnik – Croatia


Dubrovnik Panorama



One of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea.

Dubrovnik is a Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea, in the region of Dalmatia. It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea, also a celebrity magnet and a filming location with high-rising cliffs and a stunning ancient city wall overlooking the Adriatic sea. Kings and queens, Hollywood A-liners, world leaders, sports heroes and top of the chart singers have all graced the Stradun. And although it recent years the numbers of stars that have visited Dubrovnik has blossomed the city has a long history of celebrity guests. Elisabeth Taylor and Richard Burton spent a romantic stay in the city in the 60’s, Sophie Lauren dropped by and many Kings and Queens have enjoyed the crystal clear Adriatic Sea. More recently Michael Douglas, Catharine Zeta Jones, Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell, Richard Gere, Nick Nolte, Tom Cruise, Sir Roger Moore, Tina Turner…the list goes on and on. One of the biggest names in recent years was Beyonce who drifted into town. She sailed into town on Eric Clapton’s yacht with her boyfriend Jayz and they spent the afternoon having fun on jet skis. And the diva Gloria Gaynor spent a “working” holiday in the city and performed to a packed audience.

Reasons to go to Dubrovnik

Named one of the most romantic cities in the world, Dubrovnik is a place which will make your wedding unique. You deserve no less then this perfect picture. Selection of beautiful ceremony and reception locations, picturesque sceneries, rich history, culture, sun and sea…these are only few of the reasons why Dubrovnik is a great choice for your wedding. It offers something for everyone and it is at easy reach with direct flights from most European and world cities.

Finishing touches

All you need to make your dream day perfect is easily organized with help of our wedding planning team: hairdresser, make up artist, nail and spray tan treatments, photographer, videographer, flower decorations, transfers… Our wedding planners will dedicate their time to understand and to make your wishes real.

Best time to go (for wedding)

Beginning of May till end of September

Essential information

British citizens living in Great Britain and getting married in Croatia need the following:

  • Certificates of No Impediment – clients need to contact local UK registrar and give notice of marriage; the certificate will be issued after 21 days; both certificates have to be verified by stamp apostille
  • Long Birth Certificates – clients need to contact the Office of births, deaths and marriages in town where you were born; need to be verified by stamp apostille
  • Passport copies (for wedding couple and for witnesses as well) – make sure all names (including middle names) in passports are exactly the same as those written on Long Birth Certificates and Certificates of No Impediment; apostille not required.

All submitted documents have to be original documents and they will not be returned to clients. All documents must be issued maximum 90 days and minimum 45 days before your wedding day. I suggest clients start contacting their local authorities before 90 day period starts just to be sure they will have all their documents issued on time (there might be a waiting period for some documents before they are issued). After they have all documents and they are verified by stamp apostille, clients need to scan them and send over to me in an email and originals keep with them till their arrival in Dubrovnik for the wedding. Copies of documents are sufficient at this stage. I will have their documents translated to Croatian and submit them to local registry office in Dubrovnik. That has to be done 30 days before the wedding the latest. When clients arrive to Dubrovnik, few days before the wedding (it can even be one working day before the wedding) we need to have a meeting with head registrar and that is also when they will be submitting original documents.

Insider knowledge

The ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, situated on the Dalmatian coast, became an important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th century onwards. Although severely damaged by an earthquake in 1667, Dubrovnik managed to preserve its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains. Damaged again in the 1990s by armed conflict, it is now the focus of a major restoration programme co-ordinated by UNESCO.