Full Legal Wedding

You will experience two types of ceremonies, Religious ceremony and followed by the civil ceremony. The religious part will be conducted by a representative of the couple’s own religious belief (i.e. a Priest for Catholics, a Minister for Protestants, a celebrant for Hindus and Buddhists and a Penghulu for Muslims). You are also required to present a ’Certificate of No Impediment’ “or similar document issued by your consulate or Embassy Representative within Indonesia for the Civil ceremony. Requirements to obtain Certificate of No Impediment will be based on the couple’s Nationalities. There will be two certificates presented at the end of the ceremony, one from the Church and the other from the Civil Registrar.

Please see below documents required for the Full Legal Wedding:

  • Copy of passport (both partners)
  • Copy of birth certificate (both partners)
  • Copy of decree absolute if you have been married before
  • Copy of passport of two witnesses (we can be your witnesses)
  • Widows and Widowers must present a copy of the death certificate of the former spouse
  • Fill in the booking form, wedding arrangement form and civil form
  • 10 (ten) photographs size 4×6cm (close up – the bride is on the left side of the groom)
  • Letter of No Impediment to marriage, which is legalized by representative Embassy or Consulate in Bali/ Indonesia, certifying that there is no objection to the couple getting married in Indonesia.
  • Form A which issued by the hotel / villa you stayed during in Bali

The ministers will come to the venue where you perform the wedding and the wedding ceremony takes 15 to 20 minutes.

Excluding: Wedding venue, Consulate administration fee, Wedding Reception, Entertainment, Food & Beverages, Accommodation and Set up venue decoration.



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