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How soon do we need to book?
Paperwork is processed once you arrive at your resort in Cyprus.
Your stay must be a minimum of 7 nights.

Documentation required for Weddings in Cyprus:

You will need to TAKE WITH YOU to CYPRUS THE DOCUMENTS LISTED BELOW (as applicable to you):
Important: Only ‘original documents’ or ‘certified copies’ will be accepted. You can obtain ‘certified copies’ from a solicitor in the UK.

PASSPORT (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must be in possession of a 10 year British passport. Non-British passport holders MUST notify us at first contact.

BIRTH CERTIFICATE (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must produce an original Birth Certificate (short & long version accepted).

AFFIDAVIT (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must produce an Affidavit as legal proof that they are free to marry. This document is issued by a solicitor, a commissioner of oaths or a notary public in the UK. Affidavits must be issued on letterhead paper and clearly show the name and stamp of the practice/office.
Important: The Affidavit must not be dated more than 3 months prior to your wedding date.

DECREE ABSOLUTE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been divorced, she/he must produce an original Decree Absolute. This document must carry a coloured court stamp.

DEED POLL CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has effected a change of name for any reason (including personal reasons, remarriage of a parent or if the bride reverted to her maiden name after divorcing), a Deed Poll Certificate must be produced. This document must be stamped and signed by a solicitor and must include the solicitor’s practice name and address plus the full name of the solicitor who witnessed the change of name.

WRITTEN CONSENT FOR UNDER 18’s (If applicable): If either the bride or groom is under the age of 18 years, written consent from parents/guardians must be supplied to us with the Application for Marriage form.

ADOPTION CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been adopted, an Adoption Certificate must be produced.

DEATH CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been previously widowed, a Death Certificate must be produced.

Legal Requirements for Civil Weddings in Cyprus:
You will need to obtain and take with you to Cyprus all applicable documents listed above.
All paperwork will be processed once you arrive in-resort. Planet Holidays will assist you locally to complete the various procedures and make the necessary appointments including the visit to the Registry Office to register your intent to marry and for a witnessed reading of the Oath and reconfirmation of the date and time of your wedding.
Your Wedding Co-ordinator in Cyprus will obtain, on your behalf, the Special Licence that authorises your wedding to take place during your stay..

Legal Requirements for Anglican Church Weddings & Blessings in Cyprus:
All You will need to obtain and take with you to Cyprus all applicable documents listed above. All paperwork will be processed once you arrive in-resort. Planet Holidays will assist you locally to complete the various procedures including arranging a visit for you to meet the person who will officiate at your wedding/blessing. 
Additionally, for all Anglican church weddings, either the bride or groom must obtain and take to Cyprus a copy of her/his baptism/christening certificate and the name and address of her/his home church minister. This information must be passed on to the Anglican priest in Cyprus.

Legal Requirements for Catholic Church Weddings in Cyprus:
All Catholic church weddings MUST be preceded by a civil ceremony. Please check the requirements for Civil Weddings listed above.
In addition, a Catholic church wedding can only be allowed if neither the bride nor the groom has been previously married. To arrange your Catholic church wedding in Cyprus, you will need to tell your local Catholic priest that you wish to get married overseas and take to him your and your future spouse’s Birth Certificates as well as the contact details (supplied to you by us) of the overseas priest who will conduct your wedding. Your local priest will then confirm to you which documents are required and he will be responsible for forwarding them to the overseas priest. Upon arrival in-resort, Planet Holidays will assist you with any further requirements

In-Resort Expenses & Visits in Cyprus:
Travel expenses for the various visits you need to make in-resort will need to be paid by yourselves locally.

 
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How soon do we need to book?
The notice is governed by how long it takes to process the paperwork at your nuptial resort.
For Greece, as this varies between destinations, specific information on when we need to receive
your documentation is shown below:

  • Rhodes: at least 7 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be a minimum of 7 nights.
  • Crete: at least 7 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be a minimum of 7 nights.
  • Corfu: at least 8 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be a minimum of 14 nights.
  • Skiathos: at least 6 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be a minimum of 9 days.
  • Santorini: at least 6 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be a minimum of 7 nights.
  • Halkidiki: at least 8 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be a minimum of 9 days for weddings at Sani Resort or Oceania Club or 5 working days for weddings at Eagles Palace.
  • Zante: at least 7 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be a minimum of 7 nights.
  • Kefalonia: at least 7 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be a minimum of 7 nights.
  • Thassos: at least 8 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be a minimum of 7 nights.
  • Amorgos: at least 7 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be a minimum of 7 days (4 days prior to wedding day & 2 days after wedding day).

Documentation required for Weddings in Greece:

For weddings in Greece, you will need to produce the DOCUMENTS LISTED BELOW (as applicable to you). These then need to be legalised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and they will then be forwarded to Planet Holidays on your behalf (see below):
Important: Only original documents or certified copies are acceptable. Copies of documents can be certified by a solicitor in the UK.

• PASSPORT (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must be in possession of a 10 year British passport. Non-British passport holders MUST notify us at first contact.

• FULL LENGTH BIRTH CERTIFICATE (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must produce an original full length Birth Certificate showing the names of both parents. The short version of the Birth Certificate is not acceptable in Greece.

• CERTIFICATE OF NO IMPEDIMENT (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must obtain a Certificate of No Impediment as legal proof that they are free to marry. This document is issued by your local Registry Office and must not be dated more that 3 months prior to your wedding date.
Important: Please allow at least 2 weeks to obtain your Certificates of No Impediment.

• DECREE ABSOLUTE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been divorced, she/he must produce an original Decree Absolute. This document must carry a coloured court stamp.

• DEED POLL CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has effected a change of name for any reason (including personal reasons, remarriage of a parent or if the bride reverted to her maiden name after divorcing), a Deed Poll Certificate must be produced. This document must be stamped and signed by a solicitor and must include the solicitor’s practice name and address plus the full name of the solicitor who witnessed the change of name.

• WRITTEN CONSENT FOR UNDER 18’s (If applicable): If either the bride or groom is under the age of 18 years, written consent from parents/guardians must be supplied to us with the Application for Marriage form.

• ADOPTION CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been adopted, an Adoption Certificate must be produced.

• DEATH CERTIFICATE  (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been previously widowed, a Death Certificate must be produced.

• LEGALISATION OF DOCUMENTS: All the documents required for your civil wedding in Greece must be legalised by the FCO (www.fco.co.uk). It is your responsibility to ensure that this has been done before any documents are forwarded to us. The FCO charges £30 per document (fee correct at the time of going to press) and an extra £6 to cover Special Delivery postage to send the legalised documents back to Planet Holidays. Payment must be made on-line (www.fco.co.uk) by yourselves - full details of what needs to be done will be sent to you with your wedding booking confirmation.

• TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS: For civil weddings in Greece, all required documents must be translated into Greek. To make it easier and more economical for you, we have negotiated a special rate in-resort for the translation of standard documents (Birth Certificates, Certificates of No Impediment and Marriage Certificates*) and this has been included in the official paperwork cost relating to your destination. Any extra documents required can be translated at a supplement which will be confirmed to you at the time of booking. (*= the 2 copies of your Marriage Certificate translated into English will be sent to you in the UK approximately 3 weeks after your wedding).

Important: Please be aware that none of the documents sent overseas can be returned to you as they need to be kept in Greece by the local authorities.

Legal Requirements for Civil Weddings in Greece:
You will need to obtain all applicable documents listed above. These must be legalised by the FCO and forwarded to Planet Holidays. The time taken to process your documents in Greece depends on your chosen resort. For full details, please see the individual resort introduction pages.
Upon your arrival in Greece, your Wedding Co-ordinator will assist you to complete the various procedures and make the necessary appointments. These include:
- A visit to the Registry Office to register your intent to marry
- A return visit to the Registry Office after your wedding.

Legal Requirements for Catholic Church Weddings in Greece:
Catholic church weddings can be arranged in Zante and details will be given to you when you enquire. Please note that all Catholic church weddings in Zante MUST be preceded by a civil ceremony.

In-Resort Expenses & Visits in Greece:
Travel expenses for the various visits you need to make in-resort will need to be paid by yourselves locally. Planet Holidays will assist you to arrange the necessary visits and your local Wedding Co-ordinator will meet you at the Town Hall.

 

 

How soon do we need to book?
For weddings in Gozo, we need at least 10 weeks notice prior to your wedding but documents must not be dated any earlier than 12 weeks before your wedding date. Your stay must be a minimum of 7 nights.

Legal Requirements & Documentation required for Weddings in Malta & Gozo:

For weddings in Malta & Gozo, you will need to take with you the DOCUMENTS LISTED BELOW (as applicable to you):

Important: These documents must be given to your Wedding Co-ordinator in Malta/Gozo during your first meeting (all documents will be retained in Malta or Gozo by the local authorities). You will ALSO need to send certified copies of all documentation to Planet Holidays (UK). All certified copies must reach Planet Holidays at least 10 weeks prior to your wedding date but please note that these documents cannot be dated any earlier than 12 weeks before your wedding date. Planet Holidays will forward the certified copies to your Wedding Co-ordinator in-resort. Certified copies must be signed and stamped by a solicitor.

• PHOTOCOPY OF PASSPORTS: including photo pages and personal pages for both the bride and groom.

• PHOTOCOPY OF FULL LENGTH BIRTH CERTIFICATES: for both the bride and groom, showing the names of both parents. An original Non-abridged Birth Certificate / Adoption Certificate is required.

• PHOTOCOPY OF 2 WITNESSES’ PASSPORTS: including photo pages and personal pages.

• RZ1 FORM (certified by a solicitor): this form is required to fill all details requested by the Marriage Registry regarding your forthcoming marriage. This form is to be signed only by the couple.

• RZ2 FORM (one per person, both forms certified by a solicitor): this is the oath/declaration taken by the bride and groom in front of a Legal Professional / Solicitor / Notary. This is to declare that there are no legal impediments to the marriage. One of the forms has to be signed by the bride and the other one has to be signed by the groom. Both forms have to be counter-signed and dated by the Legal Professional / Solicitor / Notary witnessing the oath/declaration.

• AFFIDAVIT BY 3rd PARTY (certified by a solicitor): any person over the age of 18 years who knows the bride-to-be or the groom-to-be well (usually family members), can take an Affidavit drawn up in the presence of a Legal Person stating that bride/groom have never been married before, or have not re-married since the death of former spouse, or have not re-married since the date of divorce and or since the date of annulment of previous marriage.

PLUS, if applicable:

• ADOPTION CERTIFICATE: an original, non-abridged Adoption Certificate is required, if applicable to your status.

• DEED POLL / CHANGE OF NAME / CHANGE OF SURNAME: this certificate is required if bride's name and/or groom's name or surname is different to that shown on the Birth Certificate / Adoption Certificate.

• DECREE ABSOLUTE

• DEATH CERTIFICATE OF FORMER SPOUSE


In-Resort Expenses & Visits in Malta & Gozo:
Travelling expenses for the various visits you will need to make in resort will need to be paid by yourselves locally.

 

 

How soon do we need to book?
For weddings in Portugal, we need at least 7 weeks notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be
a minimum of 7 nights.

Documentation required for Weddings in Portugal:

For weddings & Civil Partnerships in Portugal, you will need to produce the DOCUMENTS LISTED BELOW (as applicable to you). Documents need to be legalised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and translated into Portuguese.

Important: Please note that only original documents or certified copies dated less than 6 months prior to the wedding are acceptable. If necessary copies of documents can be certified by a solicitor in the UK.

• PASSPORT (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must be in possession of a 10-year British passport. Non-British passport holders MUST notify us at first contact.

• FULL LENGTH BIRTH CERTIFICATE (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must produce a recent certified copy of their full length Birth Certificate showing the names of both parents. The short version of the Birth Certificate is not acceptable in Portugal. IMPORTANT: this must not be dated/issued more than 6 months prior to your wedding day.

• DECREE ABSOLUTE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been divorced, she/he must produce an original Decree Absolute.  This must carry a coloured court stamp.
Wedding certificate must also be produced ( this does not need to be apostilled) .

• DEED POLL CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has effected a change of name for any reason (including personal reasons, remarriage of a parent or if the bride reverted to her maiden name after divorcing), a Deed Poll Certificate must be produced.  This document must be stamped and signed by a solicitor and must include the solicitor’s practice name and address plus the full name of the solicitor who witnessed the change of name. The British Consulate must also issue a declaration in Portuguese stating why the name change took place and confirm that it is the same person. Therefore the couple must also request this document from the British Consulate in the Algarve.

• WRITTEN CONSENT FOR UNDER 18’s (If applicable): If either the bride or groom is under the age of 18 years, written consent from parents/guardians must be supplied to us with the Application for Marriage form.

• ADOPTION CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been adopted, an Adoption Certificate must be produced.

• DEATH CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been previously widowed, a Death Certificate must be produced.
Wedding certificate must also be produced ( this does not need to be apostilled).

• LEGALISATION OF DOCUMENTS (Compulsory): All the documents required for your civil wedding in Portugal must be legalised by the FCO (www.fco.co.uk).  It is your responsibility to ensure that this has been done before any documents are forwarded to Portugal.  The FCO charges £30.00 (as time of going to print) per document and an extra £6.00 to cover Special Delivery postage to send the legalised documents back to you. The amount due to the FCO is paid online (www.fco.co.uk) and you will be requested to complete an application form.
Please send your documents including a self addressed envelope and the application form to  The Legalisation Office, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, P.O. Box 6255, Milton Keynes, MK10 1XX  (TEL: 03700 00 22 44)

• TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS (Compulsory): For civil weddings in Portugal, all required documents must be translated into Portuguese. This will be done by our office in Portugal. Costs are:
- Translation per document €50.00 (€100.00 for 2)
- Certification of the translation by a Portuguese Notary per document €25.00 (€50.00 for 2)

All documents must be scanned and sent first by email to Planet Holidays to be checked. Once we have confirmed all OK with documents, these are to be forwarded by post to Portugal (full postal details will be given to you).

PLEASE NOTE: ALL DOCUMENTS WILL BE KEPT IN PORTUGAL AND WILL NOT BE RETURNED TO YOU.

Issue of Marriage Certificate
A few days after the ceremony has taken place an international wedding Certificate will be issued (costs €25.00 to be paid in resort - valid as at May 2014, subject to change) and with this document you can register your wedding in the UK to prove that you are legally married.

Legal Requirements for Civil Weddings in Portugal
Upon your arrival in Portugal, your Wedding Co-ordinator will assist you to complete the various procedures and make the necessary appointments. 
These include:
- A visit to the Registry Office to register your intent to marry.
- A return visit to the Registry Office after your wedding to collect your wedding certificate but if this is not possible our wedding coordinators will arrange for this to be sent to you.

Legal Requirements for Catholic Church Weddings in Portugal 
A Catholic Church wedding can only be allowed if neither the bride nor the groom has been previously married.  To arrange your Catholic church wedding in Portugal, you will need to tell your local Catholic priest that you wish to get married overseas and take to him your and your future spouse’s Birth Certificates as well as the contact details (supplied to you by us) of the overseas priest who will conduct you wedding.  Your local priest will then confirm to you which documents are required and he will be responsible for forwarding them to the overseas diocese
Upon arrival in-resort, your wedding coordinators will assist you with any further requirements.

Important: All religious weddings must be preceded by a civil ceremony.  Please check the requirements for Civil Weddings above.

In-Resort Expenses & Visits in Portugal 
Travel expenses for the various visits you need to make in-resort will need to be paid by yourselves locally.

 

How soon do we need to book?
For weddings in Italy, we need at least 6 months notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be
a minimum of 7 nights.

Documentation required for weddings in Italy 
For weddings in Italy, you will need to obtain and produce the DOCUMENTS LISTED BELOW (as applicable to you. A scanned copy of all documents will need to be emailed to Planet Holidays  to ensure they are all correct – once this has been confirmed, we will provide you with details of where you will need to send all original papers to Italy:
 
Important: only original documents are acceptable. Only passports can be photocopied.

• PHOTOCOPY OF YOUR PASSPORT (Compulsory): the bride and groom must be in possession of a 10-year British passport. Non-British passport holders MUST notify us at first contact. You will need to send us a photo copy of  the passports of the Bride & Groom.

• FULL LENGTH BIRTH CERTIFICATE (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must be in possession of an original or certified copy full length Birth Certificate showing the names of both parents. The short version of the Birth Certificate is not acceptable in Italy.

• CERTIFICATE OF NO IMPEDIMENT (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must obtain a Certificate of No Impediment as legal proof that they are free to marry. This document is issued by your local Registry Office and must not be dated more than 6 months prior to your wedding date.                                                                                                                       
Important: Please allow at least 2 weeks to obtain your Certificates of No Impediment.
Once obtained these certificates must be legalised (apostiled) by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO).

• STATUTORY DECLARATION (Compulsory): While you are waiting for your Certificate of No Impediment you should make a Statutory Declaration before a solicitor or public notary in the UK. The declaration is required by the Italian authorities and gives additional information that isn’t detailed on your CNI. The solicitor or public notary will charge a fee for this service. Fees will vary so it might be worth shopping around.

Once obtained these Statutory Declarations  must be legalised (apostiled) by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO).

• DECREE ABSOLUTE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been divorced, she/he must produce an original Decree Absolute. This document must carry a coloured court stamp.

• DEED POLL CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has effected a change of name for any reason (including personal reasons, remarriage of a parent or if the bride reverted to her maiden name after divorcing), a Deed Poll Certificate must be produced. This document must be stamped and signed by a solicitor and must include the solicitor’s practice name and address plus the full name of the solicitor who witnessed the change of name.

• WRITTEN CONSENT FOR UNDER 18’s (If applicable): If either the bride or groom is under the age of 18 years, written consent from parents/guardians must be supplied to us with the Application for Marriage form.

• ADOPTION CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been adopted, an Adoption Certificate must be produced.

• DEATH CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been previously widowed, a Death Certificate must be produced.

• LEGALISATION OF DOCUMENTS (Compulsory): All the documents required for your civil wedding in Italy must be legalised by the FCO (www.fco.co.uk). It is your responsibility to ensure that this has been done before any documents are forwarded to planet Holidays, no less than 40 days prior to your wedding day. The FCO charges £30 per document (fee correct at the time of going to press) and an extra £6 to cover Special Delivery postage to send the legalised documents back to Planet Holidays. Payment must be made on-line (www.fco.co.uk) by yourselves - full details of what needs to be done will be sent to you with your wedding booking confirmation.

In-Resort Expenses & Visits in Italy
Travel expenses for the various visits you need to make in-resort will need to be paid by yourself locally. We assist you to arrange the visits and your Wedding Co-ordinator at your resort will meet  you at the Town Hall.

Legal Requirements for Civil Weddings in Italy:
You will need to obtain all applicable documents listed above. These must be forwarded to Italy to  the address advised to you by Planet Holidays. The total time taken to process your documents is about 2 months.
Upon your arrival in Italy, your Wedding Co-ordinator will assist you to complete the various procedures and make the necessary appointments. These include:
- A visit to the Registry Office to register your intent to marry.

Legal Requirements for Catholic Church Weddings in Italy:
Church weddings in Italy have also civil value. So you don’t need to precede the Catholic ceremony by a civil ceremony because it will take place at the same time in the same ceremony.
The paperwork required is the same as per the civil wedding. In addition, please note that a Catholic church wedding can only be allowed if neither the bride nor the groom has been previously married.
To arrange your Catholic church wedding in Italy, you will need to tell your local Catholic priest that you wish to get married overseas and take to him your and your future spouse’s Birth Certificates as well as the contact details (supplied to you by us) of the overseas priest who will conduct your wedding. Your local priest will then confirm to you which documents are required and he will be responsible for forwarding them to the overseas diocese. Upon arrival in-resort, Planet Holidays will assist you with any further requirements.
PLEASE NOTE THAT 2 WITNESSES AND AN ENGLISH SPEAKING PRIEST ARE REQUIRED FOR THE CIVIL WEDDING.

Legal Requirements for Symbolic Weddings in Italy:
These have no legal validity but couples can opt to have a Symbolic Ceremony with family and guests after a simple civil ceremony.

Legal Requirements for Religious Blessings (Protestant Church) in Italy:
Protestant Church weddings in Italy have no civil value. So you need to precede the Protestant ceremony by a civil ceremony in Italy or in your country. You will need to show your civil certificate of marriage to the pastor before the ceremony.

To arrange your Protestant church wedding in Italy, you will need to tell your local Pastor that you wish to get married overseas and take to him your and your future spouse’s Birth Certificates as well as the contact details (supplied to you by us) of the overseas Pastor who will conduct your wedding.  Your local priest will then confirm to you which documents are required and he will be responsible for forwarding them to the overseas Pastor. Upon arrival in-resort, Planet Holidays will assist you with any further requirements.

 


 

How soon do we need to book?
For weddings in Croatia, we need at least 40 days notice prior to your wedding. Your stay must be
a minimum of 7 nights.

Documentation required for weddings in Croatia

Procedure for British citizens: 
A photocopy of the DOCUMENTS LISTED BELOW must be sent to Planet Holidays at least 40 days before your wedding day. You will need to take with you to Croatia all original documents. Your documents (excluding your passports) must not be dated more than 3 months prior to the wedding date.

• PHOTOCOPY OF YOUR PASSPORT (Compulsory): including photo pages and personal pages for both the bride & groom. DO NOT send original passports to Planet Holidays.

• PHOTOCOPY OF 2 WITNESSES' PASSPORT (Compulsory): including photo pages and personal pages. Please also write on the photocopies your witnesses’ full address and their occupation. DO NOT send original passports to Planet Holidays.

• FULL LENGTH BIRTH CERTIFICATE (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must produce an original full length Birth Certificate showing the names of both parents. The short version of the Birth Certificate is not acceptable in Croatia.

• CERTIFICATE OF NO IMPEDIMENT (Compulsory): Both the bride and groom must obtain a Certificate of No Impediment as legal proof that they are both free to marry. This certificate is issued by your local Registry Office and must not be dated more than 3 months prior to your wedding date. Important: Please allow at least 2 weeks to obtain your Certificates of No Impediment.

• DECREE ABSOLUTE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been divorced, she/he must produce an original Decree Absolute. This document must carry a coloured court stamp.

• DEED POLL CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has effected a change of name for any reason (including personal reasons, remarriage of a parent or if the bride reverted to her maiden name after divorcing), a Deed Poll Certificate must be produced. This document must be stamped and signed by a solicitor and must include the solicitor’s practice name and address plus the full name of the solicitor who witnessed the change of name.

• WRITTEN CONSENT FOR UNDER 18’s (If applicable): If either the bride or groom is under the age of 18 years, written consent from parents/guardians must be supplied to us with the Application for Marriage form.

• ADOPTION CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been adopted, an Adoption Certificate must be produced.

• DEATH CERTIFICATE (If applicable): If either the bride or groom has been previously widowed, a Death Certificate must be produced.

• LEGALISATION OF DOCUMENTS (Compulsory): All the documents required for your civil wedding in Croatia must be legalised by the FCO (www.fco.co.uk). It is your responsibility to ensure that this has been done before any documents are forwarded to planet Holidays, no less than 40 days prior to your wedding day. The FCO charges £30 per document (fee correct at the time of going to press) and an extra £6 to cover Special Delivery postage to send the legalised documents back to Planet Holidays. Payment must be made on-line (www.fco.co.uk) by yourselves - full details of what needs to be done will be sent to you with your wedding booking confirmation.

• TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS (Compulsory): All documents need to be translated into Croatian. This will be done in Croatia and the applicable fee (confirmed to you at the time of booking) will need to be paid by yourselves locally.


In-Resort Expenses & Visits in Croatia
Travel expenses for the various visits you need to make in-resort will need to be paid by yourself locally. We assist you to arrange the visits and your Wedding Co-ordinator at your resort will meet  you at the Town Hall.

 
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