Christian wedding ceremonies and blessings on Ibiza

I often have to explain the rules for a legal wedding here on Ibiza. One of you must be EITHER  a resident on the island, OR a practicing Roman Catholic.  You can then marry in your local Town Hall, or in a Church on the island, under the control of a local priest.You can simply hire the church and a priest and have a marriage blessing there, but it carries no legal status.

All of which means that if you do not satisfy either of the conditions, you will need to marry in a Registry in your home country – for example the UK – and then hold a wedding ceremony and blessing here on Ibiza, albeit it carries no legal status.

Hedley Paul was raised in a Christian household, attending chapel each week when a child. In later in life he became an active and involved member of his local Anglican church. After years of studying various faiths, he now offers both Spiritual and Christian ceremonies.  Every one of his ceremonies is bespoke and can incorporate as much or as little spiritual (including Christian) or humanist content as the couple wish. He weaves fun and warmth into what is a serious, but not solemn occasion.

Contact Hedley Paul the  top Ibiza celebrant and discuss how a loving and family focused Christian wedding and blessing on Ibiza can be yours.

© Tora Baker Photography || www.torabaker.co.uk || tora@torabaker.co.uk

© Tora Baker Photography || http://www.torabaker.co.uk || tora@torabaker.co.uk

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