Not everyone wants their love story or added extras for their wedding ceremony
…and so if you want something simple but does the job so you can get on with the celebrations then this is the ceremony for you.
Included in your simple wedding ceremony:
- Ring exchange ritual
- Reading by one of your guests
- Personal vows written by you
- Commemorative Certificate signing with/without witnesses.
This ceremony does not include your love story or ritual elements – please see my Bespoke Wedding Ceremony for more details.
Kind Words from Happy Couples
J&C – Cordoba, Andalusia
E&C – Cala Clemence Del Portichol, Javea, Costa Blanca
D&G – Castillo Fortaleza de Santa Pola, Alicante, Costa Blanca”
What Can Couples Expect From Me?
You can expect a first-class service. You can expect me to keep you informed throughout every step of our relationship together and you can expect me to deliver a beautiful ceremony by someone who is professional to the core! That is my guarantee to you!
Our journey to your wedding day will be one of understanding, flexibility, collaboration, and joy.
With my passion for delivering the perfect wedding ceremony and my true care for your wedding, my promise is to place you at the centre of your wedding day. Your wedding, your way.
I’d be delighted to discuss your plans and answer your questions. There is no obligation whatsoever, so please get in touch to schedule a call or video call.
How it Works
Get in touch
I offer a complimentary no obligation introductory meeting by phone, video call or locally in person if you live close to Mojacar, so you can discover whether I’m the celebrant you would like to help you celebrate your special day. I hope I am!
Book your ceremony
Once you say yes I will send you my Terms & Conditions and as soon as the deposit is paid, your date is secured in my diary.
I will send ideas for readings and poems that I think may resonate with you. I can even send you some vow examples so you can start to create your own.
On the day
I arrive 1 hour before the start of the ceremony to help steady any nerves and liaise with any readers, planners or suppliers you may have enlisted to help on your special day but I will of course have spoken to all suppliers well before your actual ceremony.
Simple Wedding Ceremonies in Spain FAQs
Will the wedding ceremony be unique?
How is a traditional wedding ceremony different from a bespoke wedding ceremony?
A traditional ceremony lasts approximately 20 minutes and does not include your love story. It is a bit like a registry office style ceremony but just a little nicer. It’s simple and straightforward which is all some people want.
A bespoke wedding ceremony lasts around 40 minutes depending on how many readings or rituals you may want incorporated. It is a ceremony that has bells and whistles! Your love story is told from the very start, from how you first met, who caught the other’s eye first, who asked who out and who said I love you first etc. It includes fun times and experiences you’ve shared together from holidays to life events. It is a ceremony that stands out as being memorable for everyone – it’s part of the main event and will have your guests smiling and becoming engrossed in your story and definitely not dropping off waiting for the party to begin!
We want a more personalised ceremony, can you tell our love story or include rituals?
This is not included within a traditional wedding ceremony however I adore doing bespoke personalised ceremonies as it leaves everyone in the wedding party finding out little things that they’d maybe not heard before. It can contain humour from funny occasions that stand out for you both. I detail what it is you love about the other along with your differences, and I can even help you write some meaningful vows or if you want to have a go yourself I can send you some ideas to try and help get your creative juices flowing!
Can you help me find other wedding suppliers in Spain?
Where can we have our wedding ceremony in Spain?
Within reason you can hold your ceremony anywhere you want and can have it at any time of the day! With so many beautiful towns, cities and beaches in Spain there is so much on offer. From beachside restaurants, to villas in the mountains, fincas, haciendas, even castle’s.
If you do want a beach ceremony then unless it’s an elopement ceremony you are likely to need a license which a wedding planner can help with. Not only can you hold your ceremony anywhere you want and can have it at any time of the day, being blessed with over 320 glorious days of sunshine we experience each year here in Spain, you can pretty much slot in your ceremony anywhere from dawn to dusk!
I’ve had the pleasure of being a celebrant at different locations and for different couples. I believe that love comes in many guises and colours and wedding ceremonies of today should be as unique as you. When we work together it is your day, your way.
Why have a destination wedding in Spain?
The thing about escaping to do a destination wedding is usually because couples are wanting something different to what they can get in their home country. They want somewhere where not only is the sun shining but a place where they can hold their wedding ceremony outside without any fear of rain. On the plus side it also becomes your wedding and your honeymoon – bonus! No having to even think about anything else but enjoying yourselves…what’s not to love!
How do we get married in Spain?
Getting legally married in Spain is not easy, and even Spanish residents living here can find it tricky as Spain in general loves bureaucracy and paperwork! As a guide, to be legally married you do need to involve a Registrar, whether that be in Gibraltar, or in the UK or whichever country you reside in.
Contracting your marriage in front of the Gibraltarian Registrar is the legal part of getting married. The Registrar can only conduct your marriage at one of their approved venues with a non-religious ceremony under registration guidelines.
Is our Celebrant wedding ceremony in Spain legally binding?
If my partner and I both live In Spain, can we legally get married here?
However, legislation changes all the time, so if you do fit the relevant brief to have your civil partnership here then you will need to register your relationship as “pareja de hecho” at your local council or “ayuntamiento” and take it from there.