A religious ceremony must be performed before the civil ceremony. Therefore, those who have already been legally married in their own country but wish to exchange their vows or even renew their vows may take this type of service. It is important to know that Indonesia will marry any couple who hold one of the 5 religions recognized by this country (Protestant, Catholic, Muslim, Hindu or Buddhist) and actually prefer that the couple are in the same religious belief, the religious ceremony is performed by a representative of the couple’s own religious belief i.e. Protestant couple may not have a Hindu ceremony but it is possible to have a Symbolic Balinese Blessing.
There are 5 kinds of religious ceremony you can choose:
Christian wedding / Church of England is a religious wedding led by the Christian Celebrant called ‘PASTOR’. The easiest wedding ceremony and requirements is the protestant way, it doesn’t require much paperworkRead More
Catholic wedding is a religious wedding led by a Catholic Priest called ‘ROMO’. A Catholic wedding requires much paper work and both partners must be in single statusRead More
A Muslim wedding is one of the Legal religious weddings, which is conducted by a Muslim Minister called ‘Penghulu’. After the ceremony, the couple will receive the marriage certificate from the celebrant called ‘Buku Nikah’Read More
Buddhist Wedding is conducted by a Buddhist Celebrant called a ‘MONK’ and the ceremony can be performed at the Buddhist temple called ViharaRead More
Many couples who are already legally married or for some reason don’t want to be legally married in Bali but still wish to have an experience of marriage by Balinese tradition, have tried the Balinese Blessing CeremonyRead More