Are you engaged and now thinking about having a beautiful exotic destination wedding? For the month of December when most of us are looking to escape the cold, Sublime Celebrations is offering wedding planning and coordination in Jamaica, Bahamas, and The Dominican Republic. These particular islands are at their peak for climate and rates and offer the best when it comes to a warm getaway.
Sublime Celebrations will not only help you plan your wedding but work with your travel agent, tourist guide, and accommodations to ensure the perfect wedding experience for you and your guests.
For Full Planning, Design and On-site Coordination.
Residency Period: 24 hours Language: English
Residency Period: You can marry after just 24 hours on the island if you’ve applied for your license and supplied all the necessary forms.
• Proof of citizenship (either a passport or a certified copy of the birth certificates signed by a notary public)
• Written parental consent for those under 18 years of age
• Proof of divorce with the original or certified copy of the divorce decree if applicable
• Copy of death certificate if a previous marriage ended in death.
. Fees (US Dollars): Marriage license – $80; Marriage officer’s charge – $50-$250
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Residency Period: 1 day Waiting Period: Non Language: English
Canadian residents must be sworn in by an individual authorized to administer oaths in the country of residence. They will declare certification to the unmarried status. Application must be completed in person.
. Government issued photo ID issued from the country of residence.
. Evidence of arrival in Bahamas.
. An affidavit stating the couples’ single status and their intent to marry.
. 2nd Weddings: Proof of divorce or death certificate is required.
. Parental consent if any party is under 18 years of age.
. Fees (US Dollars): Nominal fee – $40; Marriage license – $100; Marriage certificate – $25
Residency Period: None Waiting Period: None Language: Dominican
Couples that wish to get married in the Dominican Republic will need to present the following documents in person or by mail to the Dominican Rep. Consulate:
• Valid passport (if sending by mail, send a photocopy of the page with the picture in it)
• Original birth certificate that includes the names of the parents. (translated in Spanish)
• Single Status Affidavit (translated in Spanish) (One per person).
• Divorce Act (if married before) (translated in Spanish).
. You will also need a tourist card
. Fees (US Dollars): Legalization $75 per document; translation services for these documents can cost $40 per document