No matter where you travel, the requirements are a little different but we'll make the process easy for you. Here are the facts.
Weddings in the islands of Tahiti are now legally binding for American and Canadian nationals. Many of the hotel, resort and cruise line partners are eager to cater to this new opportunity. Couples who wish to be legally married in the islands of Tahiti can now have a memorable and meaningful wedding in one of the most beautiful, romantic places on Earth!
Bride & Groom must be in Cuba at least 2 days in destination not including the travel date or weekends and holidays, however some resorts are more flexible.
Bride & Groom must be in Cuba at least 3 days in destination before wedding not including travel date or weekends and holidays.
Visitors can be married 24 hours after arriving in Jamaica, providing prior application has been made for a marriage license. Jamaica does not require you to take a blood test before getting married. The cost of a marriage license is 4000 Jamaican dollars (approximately US$50). To apply for your marriage license, contact the Ministry of Justice, Jamaica
Unlike many countries, Jamaica does not expect you take a blood test before getting married. However, notarised copies of the following documents are required:
Only a marriage officer licensed in Jamaica can legally marry a couple. An officiant of your choice may conduct the ceremony, but a local marriage officer must be present to sign the marriage form and make the official marriage pronouncement. Marriage officers can also provide witnesses for the ceremony.
Marriages legally performed in compliance with the laws of the Dominican Republic are recognized in Canada. Canadians wishing to marry in the Dominican Republic should verify with the Dominican authorities in Canada to ensure they have the following required documents for both parties prior to arriving in the Dominican Republic.
Prior to departure, all above documents must be translated into Spanish, legally certified by a professional, and legalized by the Embassy or one of the consulates of the Dominican Republic in Canada.
Please be advised that destination marriage requirements are taken from the specific destination’s consulate website. Please understand we do our best to keep this up to date but with the constant changing of rules this will be re-confirmed at the time of booking.