Cyprus Wedding Documents - These notes are for British Passport Holders Only, but if you have a British Passport and a foreign birth certificate you will need to check to see what the rules are regarding your birth nationality.
All other passport holders please contact the Cyprus Embassy in your home country for up to date legal information.
If you want to get married in Cyprus, there are a few things you must make sure you are aware of in order to meet the criteria for a legal marriage that will be recognized in your home country.
You must bring the paperwork with you or you cannot get married, and no exceptions can be made if you forget anything.
If you are planning your own wedding here is a list of documents you will need to have and if you are using a planner they will advise you when they need it along with any contractual documents you will need to sign.
Bring a single status declaration and Certificate of no impediment from your solicitor
Bring your decree absolute
Bring the death certificate and original marriage certificate
Bring your adoption certificate
Bring your deed poll certificate, this is also required if you have reverted back to your maiden name after a divorce or widowed.
Minimum Age for Marriage In Cyprus
Top TIp: Bring originals and several photocopies so you are fully prepared with all of your Cyprus wedding documents
FEES (at time of publication)
If you have a Catholic wedding you have to have both a church ceremony and a civil ceremony so don’t forget to include this in your budget.
Cyprus Wedding Documents Questions:
Who can be our witness
Will our marriage certificate be in English
Do we need to provide a blood sample