Bali – vows under the night sky become lifetime memories
Exchanging vows beneath Bali’s tropical night sky will become a lifetime memory for couples and their guests.
Bali leapt onto the world stage after the “discovery” of iconic Kuta Beach by western surfers some 40 years ago. Yet Kuta has a lot more to offer. This former fishing village has many small and inexpensive lodging establishments restaurants and shops as well as five-star hotels able to cater for the most elaborate ceremonies. Whether a couple’s wedding dreams call for a simple ceremony on the beach or an elaborate event in the most remote areas of Bali - all is possible on this, one of the most romantic islands on the planet.
When marrying in Indonesia couples must declare a religion. Agnosticism and atheism are not recognized. The Civil Registry Office can record marriages of people of Islam, Hindu, Buddhist, Christian-Protestant and Christian-Catholic faiths. Marriage partners must have the same religion, but one partner may make a written declaration of change of religion. Marriage Certificates will be issued by the Civil Registry on the same or next day. A sworn English translation of the marriage certificate should be obtained.