Marriage in Bali
Making the biggest day of your lives one of the mot memorable comes down to planning and that is our job. Our wedding coordinator wants to know what you like, your dream wedding and depending on your budget we can help you to realise the best day of your lives. Whether you plan to make your Bali wedding official or simply ceremonial, we can sort out all the details from licenses to celebrants and religious ceremonies. Most of all we want you to relax and have fun, this is your day after all and we want you to be as involved as you want to be or simply leave it all to us. Our little black book is filled with ways to create the day of your lives.
All Bali Events can help organize all the details for the kind of ceremony you suits your needs:
Getting married in Bali is perfectly legal and once all the documentation is finalised, the marriage is considered legal in any country. We can help to guide you through the legalities and assist with the processing of documentation. The civil cremoney can be combined with the religious or ceremonial part of the wedding as described above.
If a simple celebration is all you’re after we can organise a celebrant who will preside over the ceremony Bring a copy of your wedding certificate and leave the rest to us. Religious or civil, formal or casual, leave the organising to us.
Traditional Balinese Ceremonies
A Balinese wedding is lead by a priest who prays for the future and good fortune of the couple. A traditional ceremony requires the couple to dress in Balinese ceremonial costumes. This not a legal ceremony although it can be combined with a civil wedding to complete all the requirements of marriage. The ceremony takes about 30 minutes in total.
Renewal Vows and Commitment Wedding Ceremonies
For many couples renewing their vows is a key moment in a long and loving realtionship. This can be one of the most romantic of all celebrations and whether it is a small intimate affair or a large gathering, our charismatic celebrants are on hand to guide couples through this special ceremony.
A religious ceremony must be performed before the civil ceremony. Therefore, those who have already been legally married in their own country but wish to exchange their vows or even renew their vows may wish to hold a seperate religious service. It is important to know that Indonesia will marry any couple who hold one of the 5 religions recognised by this country (Protestant, Catholic, Muslim, Hindu or Buddhist). The religious ceremony is performed by a representative of the couple’s own religious belief i.e. Protestant couples may not have a Hindu ceremony but it is possible to have a Symbolic Balinese Blessing.