Spain offers a broad number of options for weddings from traditional Catholic with full mass in stunning Cathedrals to an intimate symbolic exchange of vows in a lovely village in Spain's wine country. Whether you have one or many visions of what your wedding should be, we will help you explore the different options, until we find the best locale of all to reflect your ideals.
Catholic weddings in Spain are very traditional, requiring full pre-cana paperwork to be completed (pre-marriage course) and only sacred music is allowed in church. The bride's attire must be modest.
Civil weddings in Spain require a full 40 day consecutive residency period, after which you must apply in person for your wedding permit. They are held in very elegant wedding halls and cannot be performed outside of these official venues.
Protestant weddings in Spain can either be performed by a Pastor at your location of choice or in some of the Protestant churches and chapesl available in the larger cities such as Barcelona and Madrid. A protestant wedding in Spain is a blessing only, you must be civilly married before you are married religiously.
Jewish weddings in Spain follow a rich tradition of Jewish Heritage, for the most part Sephardic. The Jewish community is Orthodox and Conservative and for specifics it is best to ask your wedding planner. The synagogues of Spain are very beautiful.
Symbolic weddings in Spain allow you to perform your wedding ceremony however and wherever you wish with no limitations, they are not legally bindidng and we suggest that you marry civilly prior to coming over.