In Cyprus you can have a Civil Wedding or a Church Wedding, Maronite or Orthodox. Conditions Apply.
A civil marriage ceremony takes a place at the town hall, by a marriage officer.
We can help with any type of wedding ( Civil or Religious ) requirement you might have for your wedding, from the basic paper requirement and the type of wedding you wish to have, to the airtickets, hotel, florist, photographers, venues, wedding registration, prenuptial agreement, etc
Of course we can, we are a travel agent and have competitive rates.
We work with most of the hotels in Cyprus, while some are our preferred, we strive to meet all our guests expectations when possible.
Information below mostly answer the Lebanese nationals requirement. But we can assist all nationalities.
Of course it is. A Maronite Wedding will be held by a by a Lebanese priest, speaking Arabic too! The Maronite Arbichopric is located in Nicosia the Capital; The head of the Church is HE Archbishop Youssef Soueif.
The maronite priests in Cyprus, most are Lebanese and they speak Arabic.
There are 6 Maronite churches in Cyprus, as follows:
- Limassol: St Charbel Church; ( Aprox 45 minutes from the Larnaca Airport )
- Paphos: Ayia Kiryaki Church; ( Aprox 1 hour and 45 minutes from the Larnaca Airport )
- Nicosia: 4 Churches (Approx 45 minutes from the Larnaca Airport ) :
- Cathedral Church of Our Lady of Grace
- The Church of Ayia Marina in Kotsiatis
- Chapel of St Maroni in the Archbichopric
- St Maroon Church, Anthoupoli
Yes they can use other Catholic Churches, like: St Jospeh Catholic Church in Larnaca & St Catherin Church in Limassol; They can also use some other orthodox churches, but the procedure is different.
If you wish to marry in a Maronite church, you must have the permission to Marry from your archbishopric in lebanon, and you must have recent Civil Status ( Individual & Family ) & Divorce of Death certificate if Applicable, all duly legalised.
You must have recent Civil Status ( Individual & Family ) & Divorce or Death certificate if Applicable, all duly legalised.
Yes they can, but the procedure might be slightly different.
Depending on the church, and depending on the priest who would agree directly with the couple. We don’t intervene in that, since it is personal and sensitive matter between the priest and the couple getting married.
All the weddings conducted in Cyprus, can be registered in Lebanon thru the Lebanese Embassy only. Provided your previous wedding ( if applicable is dissolved or not registered in Lebanon )
Anyone who has a partner and can prove they are both single and at an age that allows them to get married, can get married in Cyprus.
Well a wedding average of Euro 6000, can include, 20 guests, return transfer to church and airport-hotel, buffet dinner, music , Bridal Bouquet of seasonal flowers, 15 standard rooms for two nights in a four star city hotel, in Limassol, registration of the wedding at the Lebanese embassy in Cyprus, two wedding certificates. Wedding requirements will affect the budget.
Your ekhraj Kaid individual and family and others if applicable, must be legalised in lebanon by MOFA & CY EMBASSY in Lebanon.
Yes we can, only if you provide us with a wakele in Arabic and duly legalise it by the Ministry of Justice in lebanon & The MOFA in Lebanon.
Both Ekraj Kaid of the couple and other documents if applicable must be issued and legalised in Lebanon. The Wakele if issued by the Lebanese embassy where you live, does not need to be legalised by any other authority other than Leb Embassy where you live.
If booked in advance and papers are checked, this can be done.
Yes you can, conditions apply.
Only one wedding can be registered in Lebanon.
Some countries like Lebanon, registration must be done thru the diplomatic mission abroad,IE Lebanese Embassy in Cyprus. Other countries who were part of the Lahay convention, would require an apostil.
Upon request we can, and it is free!, withness can be of the same sex.
Yes we can, we have have our contacts in lebanon to refer you to, just ask us. Final decision is to the Diplomatic Mission of Cyprus in your country.
The Cyprus visa is not a Schengen Visa, Cyprus visa is only valid to travel for Cyprus.
If you have a valid Schengen Visa, you can travel with it to Cyprus.
if you have a valid Schengen Visa, you don’t have to apply for a Visa to Cyprus.
Yes you can, but required papers might be different depending on each persons nationality.
Of course you can and we can help you with it. This contract must be done in Cyprus; it must be done a least one day prior of your wedding in Cyprus, and it must be duly legalised.