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Getting married in Barbados is relatively simple as long as you follow the steps below and have all the necessary legal documents. Your dream wedding in Barbados might be on a beach, under the shade of a palm tree, on clifftop with sea views and a tropical breeze or in a grand hotel...whatever you would like, let us help you make it come true with our Caribbean travel expertise and close relationships with the hotels - 01752 880 880.
Why choose Barbados?
Many couples choose Barbados for their wedding because it is one of the easiest islands to get to from all over the UK with a range of scheduled airlines offering daily flights and also a selection of charter flights operating from both London and regional airports. This is a benefit if you are thinking of a large Caribbean wedding as your guests will have a range of budget options to choose from.
Also, the choice of accommodation on Barbados is broad from large elegant villas to small boutique hotels which are perfect for taking over for a private weddings. Let us help you to find your perfect venue.
Barbados is easy to get around and explore, you can hire a car (they drive on the left) or take one of the regular buses that go along the coast road past all the hotels. A sail along the West Coast is a must as well as swimming with turtles in the Caribbean sea.
Barbados wedding requirements in brief...
- No waiting period or minimum length of stay applies to weddings in Barbados
- Application for a marriage licence must be made in person by both parties at the office for the Ministry of Home Affairs. Please note fees apply, for the latest charges please contact us.
- Documents required: valid passport, original copy or certified copy of birth certificate, flight tickets or eticket information. If either party have been married previously then they are required to provide the original copy of Decree Absolute or a certified copy. If either party are widowed then a certified or original copy of the previous marriage certificate and death certificate is required. Any documents not in English require a certified translation.
- If either party is under 18 years old, parental consent is required and a statutory declaration stamped and signed by a solicitor is required.
- If either party has had their name changed by deed poll, legal proof is required which has been certified by a solicitor or lawyer. This is also the case if a previously married woman has reverted back to her maiden name.
- If either party has been adopted then an original copy of the certificate is required, or a certified copy.
Now the legal bit is over, it's time to talk about the best bit, where are you going to choose in Barbados to get married? Call our experts on 01752 880880 to talk through your ideas and we'll help make your wedding dreams come true.