WE CREATE WEDDINGS IN DENMARK FOR INTERNATIONAL COUPLES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD
Why get married in Denmark?
Nowadays, marriage in Denmark is the most affordable and legal way to register a marriage quickly and without bureaucratic delays.
Some call Denmark European Las Vegas, and for good reason.
We have been helping people tie the knot in simplest and convenient way. This is possible because of a detailed knowledge of the marriage laws of Denmark. Using our knowledge and competence, you get married in Denmark more convenient and financially easy. We also accompany you throughout the entire period - from your first call to us and until you receive a certificate of marriage.
REGISTRATION OF MARRIAGE IN DENMARK IS THE BEST CHOICE FOR COUPLES LOOKING FOR EASY, UNCOMPLICATED AND LEGAL WAY TO ENTER AN OFFICIALLY REGISTERED MARRIAGE QUICKLY AND WITHOUT BUREAUCRATIC DELAYS
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is it easy to get married in Denmark?
Denmark is the easiest country to get married abroad!
The simplicity of the formal and legal requirements here allows us to help many couples marry. Danish law allows you to marry in our beautiful country without being residents. This is one of many reasons foreign weddings in Denmark have become so popular. The number of couples getting married in Denmark is increasing every year.
Can foreigners get married in Denmark?
A wedding in Denmark is an ideal solution if one or both of you are foreigners. We can help you get approved and registered by one of Denmark's municipalities. Once accepted, you are well on your way to getting married.
Who cannot get married in Denmark?
You can NOT get married in Denmark if you have asylum seeker or refugee residential status.
Can US citizens get married in Denmark?
Yes, we have couples from around the world. US citizens can get married in Denmark.
Can same-sex couples marry in Denmark?
Same-sex couples can marry in Denmark. The country is a popular destination for LGBTQ weddings due to its inclusiveness. Since 1989, Denmark has permitted same-sex marriage with open arms. It was the first country in the world to do so. Same-sex marriage laws in Denmark are liberal and internationally recognized.
What are the conditions for getting married in Denmark?
Couples wishing to marry in Denmark must meet the country's marriage requirements. These conditions are extra to those imposed by the couple's home country.
Among Denmark's requirements:
- Both parties must be at least 18 years old and unmarried.
- Dissolve any previous marriages
- Close relatives are not permitted to marry.
- Individuals under guardianship must have permission from the guardian.
- Documentation for legal entry into Denmark
How quickly can I get married in Denmark?
The standard wait time is 5-6 weeks after submitting all required documentation. Couples who choose an express wedding option in Denmark can expect to wait 2-3 weeks.Our team processes your application as soon as we have all the required documentation.
Approval usually takes one week.
Once our team receives approval, we book the town hall for your ceremony. Availability depends on demand. Some town halls respond quicker than others. We can recommend the most responsive town halls for couples in a hurry to get married.
At some town halls we can choose a wedding date in advance.
Required Documents for Getting Married in Denmark
To get started, please, take a look at our article: DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO GET MARRIED IN DENMARK
To provide you an exact list of documents you need for marriage in Denmark, you must contact us. Circumstances vary from one couple to another.
Can I get married in Copenhagen?
Absolutely! You can get married in Copenhagen city hall
Can I have an outdoor wedding?
Absolutely! We offer different wedding packages, including outdoor ceremonies. There are several lovely places where you can say your vows. Make incredible memories to start your journey together with an outdoor ceremony. You can see our outdoor packages HERE
How long must we stay in Denmark?
It depends on chosen town hall. Usually, you must arrive 1 day before your wedding in Denmark and present your documents to the registry office.
When do we get the Marriage Certificate?
The Danish marriage certificate is made out in Danish, English, German, French, and Spanish. You receive it immediately after your wedding ceremony concludes.
Will a Danish Marriage Certificate be legal in my country?
One of the most common questions we get is whether the marriage is legal. Denmark issues all couples married within its borders a Danish International Wedding Certificate. The benefit is worldwide recognition of your ceremony.
Can I get married in Denmark on a tourist visa or student visa?
Yes, you can get married in Denmark on a visitor visa or student visa. The visa must be valid while you are staying in Denmark. Couples also must meet all marriage conditions per Denmark law.
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Can UK citizens get married in Denmark?
Yes, we have couples from around the world. UK citizens can get married in Denmark.
Can non-EU citizens get married in Denmark?
Yes, we have couples from around the world. Non-EU citizens can get married in Denmark.
Where in Denmark can we marry?
Choosing where in Denmark to marry is a personal decision. We consult with couples to get their personal tastes and timetable. Then, our team recommends locations that suit your preferences.
Couples seeking quick and stylish ceremonies may prefer Copenhagen, Helsingor, Maribo, or Tonder. All have scenic town halls. Some locations are close to the border with Germany, opening exciting possibilities.
Every registry office has internal rules. Once couples choose their location, we can begin the application process. We will provide a timetable once processing begins.
Could we be subject to an interview with the Danish authorities?
Denmark is welcoming to couples who wish to marry within its borders. But it has taken steps to put a stop to sham marriages. In 2019, Denmark passed a law to prevent obtaining EU residency through fake marriage.
A centralized special unit now reviews all wedding applications. It looks for false documentation or suspicious application materials indicating sham marriages. If there are suspicions, the unit may invite the couple for an interview to follow up. The interviews happen at the office in Odense. Couples who refuse this request will have their applications denied.
What is the ceremony like?
Couples looking for a quick ceremony will enjoy a town-hall wedding. On average, they last 5 to 10 minutes and include short vows and a ring exchange. While they are brief, they also are romantic. Registrars can conduct the ceremony in English or German on request.
Some town halls allow outdoor ceremonies and other customizations. This can include writing your own vows, using music, and live-streaming the ceremony. Couples can discuss their wishes and we will do our best to accommodate.
The signing of the marriage certificate follows the ceremony.
Are there any legal and administration fees?
Yes, an administrative fee of €220 for the Danish government is included in all our packages.
Are witnesses required?
Yes, 2 witnesses are required. You may bring your own witnesses, or we can provide witnesses for you.
Can I change my name on my wedding day?
Only residents of Denmark can change their name on their wedding day. All others must wait until they return to their home country to make the change.
What happens after returning home as a married couple?
Denmark registers all weddings performed in the country. Couples also will need to register their ceremony in their home countries. Present your Danish International Wedding Certificate to your local registry office. We recommend doing this as soon as you return home.
Once we're married, can my non-EU partner travel around Europe without a visa?
No, they cannot. Your marriage does not make your partner an EU citizen. Your partner will need to apply for residency in the country where you plan to live. Until then, careful travel around Europe is necessary. This includes ensuring you have the correct visas and travel documents.