Bespoke Weddings in Austria

If you are looking to get married abroad, then you don’t have to look any further! We are based in Austria all year around and spezialise in bespoke weddings in the Austrian Alps. Be different and do something unique and intimate by choosing to get married with Seventh-Events.
Many couples decide for a wedding in Austria because of its stunning alpine scenery, fairy tale castles and picturesque villages, good value for money, the hospitality and relatively simple legalities.
Whether you’re looking for a summer wedding in an alpine meadow, or love the idea of a white winter wedding, Austria can oblige.

Austria is one of the most popular destinations whether planning a wedding ceremony, honeymoon, or for those who just want to visit Europe. Maybe, because of its geographical features, with beautiful mountains, or perhaps because of its rich and refined culture. A summer wedding in the mountains around the wonderful lakes is for many like a dream come true.
We can offer you a great range of services for a tailor – made wedding in Austria.
Zell am See is one of the most popular winter and summer Austrian wedding resorts. We can help you to chose the right alpine destination for you. We have a great range of prices for you and your wedding party from romantic, traditional to modern houses in the Zell am See – Kaprun area, the alpine villages of Bad Gastein, Saalbach – Hinterglemm or in Salzburg, the city of Mozart, and the Salzburg area. Each of the traditional hotels in Austria is unique but all have one thing in common, you will be warmly welcomed and you will have a very personal and memorable wedding day.

You will experience the true Austria and learn about its most beautiful aspects. Those you’ve always been interested in and those you would never have dreamed about.

Please contact us for more details Weddings in Austria.

Austrian Summer Weddings

Austria is the ideal summer destination with beautiful breathtaking landscapes, undulating valleys, sparkling lakes and lush forests.
Summers in the Austrian Alps are warm with occasional showers and cool nights. On average, summer temperatures range between 20°C and 35°C. Take advantage of beautiful Zell am See and charter you own wedding boat and cruise the picture perfect Lake Zell am see. We are offering some quite fascinating locations in the area from historical castles and palaces to typical Austrian houses or modern flair restaurants in the villages or up on the mountains. We can offer you an exclusive range of accommodation in different Alpine resorts and a whole range of services in resort for your wedding guests, before and after wedding day. We can arrange private guided excursions in the area, sailing on the Lake or golfing, water sports, paragliding, guided hiking walks, mountain picnics or a traditional Austrian meal in an old mountain hut.
You have the combination of a holiday to relax you, a beautiful setting for the pictures, variety of venues to choose from and very good value for money.
If you dream of a tailor made summer wedding in Austrian Alps we have the right choice for you. Zell am See, Kaprun, Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Kitzbuehl.. Please contact us for more details Weddings in Austria.

Fairytale Winter Weddings

There is something incredibly romantic about a winter wedding, snowy picture postcard landscapes, open fires, mulled wine and a snowy atmosphere. Austria gives you a great opportunity to make your very own wedding dream come true, whether it be a winter wedding in one of beautiful historical castles, in the snow on top of a mountain or in the cosy rustic chalet. We have some fantastic venues to offer. The photo shooting opportunities are endless. If you are a winter sports lover, then there are superb skiing destinations and great perfect skiing conditions from November to April. We can offer you a exclusive range of accommodation in different Alpine resorts and hole range of services in resort for your wedding guests, before and after wedding day. We can arrange private ski guiding and ski lessons, Ice Karting, tobogganing or great Apres Ski Party’s. Seventh-Events offer you a stunning locations on the most beautiful and most popular Austrian ski resorts. If the idea of a cosy romantic winter wedding abroad appeals to you, then look no further than having your wedding in Austrian Alps. Please contact us for more details Weddings in Austria.

What you have to pay attention at a wedding in Austria?

If the period of time between the reservation and the wedding exceeds 6 months, the reservation will be prolonged. It is then valid for two weeks, as from the point of time which can be seen as “6 months before the wedding”. Within those two weeks you should make your wedding registration by bringing along all the necessary documents in order to fix your reservation. We will help you with all documents and other legal inquires.

How can you get married?

Civilly married and ecclesiastically married

Where can you get married?

The location is optional. So who wants get married on the romantic ceremony on the lake or get married in a registry office.

Residency requirements

None, however it takes approximately 3 to 6 weeks to sort out the paperwork.

How to get a marriage licence?

You must bring the papers mentioned below in person to the Standesamt Office where you wish to marry. Only a civil ceremony is recognised by Austrian law. The ceremony will be conducted in German so you may need an interpreter.

Legal papers to take:

  • Full birth certificates
  • Ten year passports
  • Proof of domicile (e.g. driving licence, tax bill)
  • Sworn affidavit stating that you are free to marry

If you have been divorced then the final divorce papers and your former marriage certificate must be shown. Please note: if you were previously married outside of your home country or if you and your former spouse’s nationalities were different then you may need permission from the Austrian Ministry of Justice which will take time.

If you are widowed then the death certificate of your previous spouse must be shown.

All documents must be certified with an apostille stamp and translated into German by an official translator.

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