A wedding on the Croatian coast is a dream for many people, we can make that dream come true. The countries coastline is full of beautiful bays, over a 1000 islands with crystal clear water will fascinate you and finally the delicious cuisine will excite your taste buds. If you decide to get married in Croatia, there are beautiful venues, delicious food, great wines, romance and excitement that awaits you. Tourism is concentrated to the coastline, for this purpose, look firstly at the cities of Rovinj and Opatija
Do you want something really unique, personal and stunning for your wedding? We have a range of wonderful locations for you to choose from whether it’s to be on a beach, in a beautiful natural park, or in with an ancient historical monument to tempt your guests. Seventh events can arrange anything from a romantic candlelit dinner to a sailing wedding, yacht wedding or sailing honeymoon. Why not treat yourself to a touch of luxury?
A wedding in Croatia will remain in the memories of all of those who’ve been lucky enough to experience one. It will leave a lasting memory about this unique Mediterranean country.
Weddings in Rovinj
Rovinj is true romantic pearl on the Adriatic, and offers countless venues suitable for weddings all with an enchanting nature. Its tiny streets and beautiful architecture make a spectacular backdrop for a wedding with character and style. The Rovinj Archipelag with 19 islands offer a spectacular landscape. The Island St. Catharina offer stunning wedding locations and has all modern facilities. Sailing weddings, yacht weddings and sailing honeymoons are available. Please contact us for more details.
Weddings in Opatija
Opatija, is an elegant tourist destination and lies at the centre of the Riviera with the longest tradition of tourism in Croatia. The very attractive geographic position, enabling its warm seas, lush green scenery and a pleasant climate, were some of the main reasons for its beginning and the quick development of its tourism at the end of the 19th century. Opatija can tempt you with some of the most beautiful see views that you will ever see. We have some stunning wedding venues here. Sailing weddings, yacht weddings and sailing honeymoons are available. Please contact us for more details.
A Croatian wedding is legal for British. However, you should inquire in advance with the registry office, which documents are required. We will help you with all documents and other legal inquires.
What you have to pay attention at a wedding in Croatia?
The wedding is simple, because you can marry at any registry office in Croatia . The deadlines should be noted, however, that you can plan the date earlier than 45 days before the wedding. When registering, you must appear in person. But there is no squad limit.
How can you get married?
In Croatia, both civilly and ecclesiastically married. This should, however, be discussed in advance.
Where can you get married?
The location is optional. You can marry on the beach, in a chapel, in a registry office or on a mountain. The choice is yours.
What lead time do you need?
You should plan at least 6 months in advance.
Legal age for marriage is 18 years for both men and women.
Bride and Groom may not be related by blood, marriage or adoption. Two witnesses are required.
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How to get a marriage licence
A Certificate of No Impediment must be issued and the signature verified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Zagreb. The papers below must be submitted to the Registry 30-45 days before the wedding takes place.
You must post a Notice of Marriage in the local registry 21 days before you can apply for your Certificate of No Impediment.
Legal papers to take:
- Full birth certificates
- Ten-year passports
- Full birth certificates issued no more than 3 months before the marriage with an Apostille stamp
- Certificate of No Impediment
- Certificate de Coutume which shows that the marriage will be valid in the UK, confirms your passport number and states your citizenship (this may not be needed)
- An Affidavit signed in the presence of a solicitor
- If you have been divorced then your first marriage certificate and the final divorce papers must be shown.
- If you are widowed then the death certificate of your previous spouse must be shown.