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Bali Island of the God, a superb destination for your tropical wedding and honeymoon. Escape to our island paradise and let the magic of your love sweep you away on an incredible journey of a lifetime. Your wedding dreams can become reality in Bali. Bali Island, is the wedding destination of choice for your dream wedding. Let us personally plan your tropical wedding of a lifetime in a beautiful Island of Bali. Imagine yourself in a white dress on the beach with white sand, flowers in your hand or hair and a smile on your face as you walk hand in hand with your beloved. If you’re planning a holiday in paradise Island of Bali, is perfect for couples desiring a simple yet meaningful wedding ceremony. It may be just the two of you or you may have a few friends and family joining you in your celebrations. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy your holiday in Bali, while we flawlessly plan all the details to ensure a picture perfect wedding ceremony with a relaxed island feel. And if you were wondering what to do after the ceremony, we are Bali Wedding Options offers you an incredible variety of celebration options. Bali is becoming a popular destination for larger wedding couple or groups and if you had something a little more elaborate in mind for your wedding day, our Wedding and Reception Planning Service can be tailored to your requirements. Coupled with the excellent service of our friendly and professional wedding planners and wedding coordinators, we can ensure that your big day of wedding in Bali meets your every expectation. Getting married in Bali is so simple as there are no minimum residency requirements. You will need to obtain a marriage license prior to the wedding and our wedding coordinator will be there to assist and guide you with the paperwork.

Everything You Need to Know About Getting Married in Bali
MARRIAGE LAWS, LICENCES AND CERTIFICATES

Bali is part of the Republic of Indonesia and is subject to Indonesian Laws. Every couple considering getting married in Bali must comply with these Laws.

In accordance with Law No. 1 of 1974 concerning marriages in Indonesia (Article 2 (1): “a marriage is legitimate if it has been performed according to the laws of the respective religious beliefs of the parties concerned.”

All couples who marry in Indonesia must declare a religion. Agnosticism and Atheism are not recognized. The Civil Registry Office can record marriages of persons of Islam, Hindu, Buddhist, Christian-Protestant and Christian-Catholic faiths. Marriage partners must have the same religion, otherwise one partner must make a written declaration of change of religion.

The Religious Marriage under Islam is performed by the Office of Religious Affairs (Kantor Urusan Agama) in a ceremony at a mosque, the home, a restaurant, or any other place chosen by the couple and is legal immediately after the ceremony.

Christian, Hindu or Buddhist marriage is usually performed first in a church or temple ceremony. After the religious ceremony, every non-Islamic marriage must be recorded with the Civil Registry (Kantor Catatan Sipil). Without the registration by the Civil Registry these marriages are not legal. Recording by Civil Registry officials can be performed directly at the religious ceremony for an additional fee.

Persons of non-Islamic faith are required to file with the Civil Registry Office in the Regency where they are staying first a ‘Notice of Intention to Marry’ as well as a ‘Letter of No Impediment’ obtained from their consular representatives.

For the issue of the Letter of No Impediment to Marriage by your Consular Representative you will need to present for yourself and your fiance(e) your Passport(s) valid for more than 6 months and Certified Divorce Decrees (absolute/final) and/or Death Certificates regarding the termination of all previous marriages. Please contact the Consular Representative of your country for details well before your intended date of marriage.

The following countries have Consulates or Consular Representatives in Bali.The telephone and fax numbers must be prefixed with 62-361 when calling from abroad.

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