Sri Lanka has become immensely popular as a wedding destination for visitors. The excitement of getting married in a faraway place can be very exciting.
A heavenly island with glorious beaches, magnificent blue skies and tropical warmth, Sri Lanka is an ideal place to celebrate your most precious day. Whether you like to say ‘I do’ amongst the spectacular views of the hilly highlands or stunning lowlands, Sri Lanka is full of varying landscapes to choose from.
For those who choose to have a sunset beach wedding, beautiful Sri Lanka is the ideal choice. However, plenty of other options are also available including getting married in a lush green setting, on a hilltop overlooking a tea plantation, or at one of the traditional settings we offer. When it comes to getting married in Sri Lanka, your options are unlimited. Some of the most extravagant weddings have included processions of elephants, traditional dancers, and ancient rituals.
Whether you plan for a cozy, quiet gathering or an extravagant banquet, all your requirements can be accommodated right down to the last detail. Whether you need a unique ceremony, a customized package or a special experience – that can be arranged. All you need to do is relish the spark of your love and carry back memories to treasure for a lifetime.
Some important points to remember. The minimum age for marriage in Sri Lanka is 18. Foreign citizens planning to marry in Sri Lanka should be prepared to provide Original Birth Certificate, Passport etc. If either party was previously married, an original divorce decree, and if either party was widowed, an original death certificate.
You should also be aware that Sri Lankan law requires foreigners to spend at least four days (three nights) in Sri Lanka prior to notifying a marriage registrar of intended marriage. Once the registrar has been notified, there is an additional waiting period of at least fourteen days prior to the date of the actual marriage registration. The local marriage registrar may grant special permission for same-day marriages in some circumstances. Foreign citizens wishing to marry under the special permission must still prove that they have been physically present in Sri Lanka at least four days (three nights) prior to the marriage. They may apply for same-day marriage registration at the marriage registrar’s office.
We know you have been dreaming about your wedding day for years and we know just how important it is to you. The particulars that make your special day uniquely yours, are important to us too…