Weddings in Cuba
How & where to get married
With striking & varied scenery, tropical forests, waterfalls, and miles & miles of unspoiled beaches - its the perfect tropical island escape.
Add to all this the Spanish colonial heritage in Havana & the unique 1960's nostalgic feel of life, & you have a very exciting location for your wedding...Overview
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Top reasons to get married in Cuba
Why choose Cuba for your wedding?
- Fantastic resort hotels
Many of the amazing resort hotels offer complete wedding packages.
- Easy to get married
Legal requirements for marriage in Cuba are pretty easy.
- Unspoiled tropical paradise
Mountains and tropical forests for a backdrop to your wedding.
In Cuba, the nightlife is fantastic with salsa dancing, drinking & a Latin enjoyment for life! Cuba is a large Caribbean island that is stuck in the 1950s. Old classic American cars cruise the highways with a backdrop of Spanish colonial buildings.
Cuba is a great destination for the adventurous couple. You can go there any time of year as little changes from month to month & the weather is perfect. In Cuba you can dive on one of the world's great reefs and touring the country on your own easily and safely. Today, the mountains and tropical forests remain virtually untouched. And the beaches, lagoons and bays are a real paradise.
Many of the amazing resort hotels offer wedding packages. You can get married on the beach or pool side.
American citizens cannot have their wedding legally recognized on return to the US though travel restrictions are being eased.
You can only have a civil wedding ceremony in Cuba. There are dozens of fantastic resort hotels where you can get married & some churches are also available for civil ceremonies.
You will need birth certificates, proof of present marital status, divorce certificates (if this applies) and if you are a widower or widow your the marriage certificate plus death certificate of passed away spouse.
All legal documents need to be translated to Spanish then given to a Cuban Consulate where a marriage license will be issued and your ceremony can then take place.
- Our hotel took care of everything, including decorations, all your paper work, notary, horse drawn carriage, photo's, drinks & snacks at the ceremony, live band, wedding cake... We just relaxed!