For couple who choose to do their legal marriage and the required ‘paperwork’ back home, then you can have in Bali / Indonesia a non-legally binding blessing ceremony or commitment ceremony. Just a symbolic wedding or you may wish to renewal your vows.


For couple who are already legally married but still wish to have an experience how marriage by Balinese tradition, wearing a Balinese wedding attire, you may choose a Balinese Blessing Ceremony. No certification will be presented and the Balinese celebrant should pray for good things such as: safety, health, bright future and happiness for the couple.


The wedding ceremony will be conducted by a Monk (Buddhist Celebrant) and only can be performed at the Buddhist temple called Vihara. We will assist you to choose the closest Vihara and arrange all things require for the ceremony such as the offering and document processing.


Protestant wedding will lead by the Protestant Celebrant, the couple will received certificate of Marriage from the Protestant Church in Bali.  You may choose any venue in Bali. So, whether you want to get married on a beach, in a chapel or in a private villa we will provide you a priest who will perform your wedding rites. You can choose from several liturgies available or submit your own liturgy.


A Moslem wedding is also one of the Legal religious weddings, which will be conducted by a Penghulu (Moslem Minister). After the ceremony, the couple will receive the marriage certificate called Buku Nikah that is issued by the Moslem Courts called KUA (Kantor Urusan Agama) which is already legalized by the government. The certificate is legal in Indonesia also in other countries after being translated to the couple own language at their representative Consulate within Indonesia.


Catholic wedding is a religious wedding lead by Catholic Priest, which can only be performed in a Catholic Church. The ceremony will require much paper works and both partners must be in single status as Catholic Church will not allow for divorced person to marry again except if the former spouse is not Catholic. This ceremony will be legal by the religion side only.

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