'Photographer, photo booth or a photo taking drone?'
'DJ, live band or karaoke?'
'Should my pet be involved in my wedding?'
You may be married in a civil, religious or same sex marriage in Gibraltar.
A civil or same sex marriage may take place in the Gibraltar Registry Office or an outside venue such as an Italian garden surrounded by tropical plants & flowers and complete with fountains and a fish filled pond, an ocean view or sunset terrace, around a rooftop pool, in an elegant ceremony room, a grand ballroom, an historic library or even in a glass walled venue on top of the Rock of Gibraltar!
A religious ceremony may take place in Church, the Temple, the Synagogue or an outside venue as approved by the presiding minister or priest.
Life is full of choices and, more so, when booking a destination wedding. From which venue to book to who pays for what to where to seat bickering relatives to which gluten free, low-cal, vegan meal to choose for your second cousin's girlfriend to deciding whether red velvet is still a more popular cake filling over elderflower champagne, it's nothing but decisions, decisions and more decisions.
Many times, you may not have even visited the destination and are totally relying on the expert advice and information provided to you by your wedding planner.
We've tried to simplify the process for you.
First, choose which type of ceremony you want. Click on any of the options below and then follow the links to find exactly what you are looking for.
1. Civil Weddings
2. Religious Weddings
3. Same Sex Marriage
4. Symbolic Ceremony or Renewal of Vows
5. Military Weddings
6. Cruise Ship Visitors
All of the above packages are fully comprehensive including all that is required to be legally married in Gibraltar. All packages may be tweaked to further suit your individual requirements. As per the Gibraltar Marriage Act 2015, there is a minimum residency requirement of one night either immediately before or after the wedding. A proof of stay has to be submitted to the registry office as part of the eligibility criteria. Of course, you may extend your stay for as long as you like!
There are no hidden extras or nasty surprises when you arrive in Gibraltar. No need for banns to be published in your country of residence nor for you to undertake any paperwork as we do all that for you so that when you arrive in Gibraltar, everything is ready for you. All you will have to do is attend one meeting at the commissioner's office to swear affidavits as to your eligibility for marriage which will then be submitted to the registry office and your Special Licence for Marriage will be issued the following day. It's that simple.
No two weddings are ever the same and we are handing you the reins to the design of your wedding day. Transparency is key and we are offering you just that with our straightforward, easy to understand packages. We take care of all the red tape for you so all that is left for you to do is pack your bags and enjoy the champagne!
UPGRADES & ADDITIONAL SERVICES
John & Yoko may have eloped to Gibraltar and got married at the registry office on 14th April 1969 and Sean Connery may have had a quick, quiet ceremony at the same registry office in 1973 and then returned to Gibraltar again for his second marriage but not everyone wants an elopement. For those of you who would like to add some special pizzazz to make your wedding day that much more memorable, here is what is on offer:
Call us on 020 8518 4181 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.