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Destination Wedding in Spain

Planning a Destination wedding in Spain has become increasingly popular in recent years, and it’s no surprise why. Spain is a beautiful country with a rich culture, delicious food, and stunning scenery. From the golden beaches of the Costa del Sol to the historic cities of Madrid, Barcelona, and Seville, Spain offers a wide range of options for couples looking for the perfect destination wedding location. In addition, Spain is home to some of the most beautiful and luxurious wedding venues, including castles, vineyards, and haciendas, which can provide the perfect backdrop for a romantic and unforgettable wedding. Whether you’re looking for a small, intimate wedding or a grand celebration with family and friends, Spain has something to offer for every couple. Blissful Plans is the most trusted Luxury wedding planners in Spain. We Organize all types of weddings around the world. We help couples find the most suitable Luxury wedding venues and private wedding villas in Spain and organize a reception or ceremony. 

Why choose Spain?

So, you’ve fallen in love with the idea of getting married in Spain? We don’t blame you—it’s a stunning country with a rich culture and some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Spain, a country on Europe’s Iberian Peninsula, includes 17 autonomous regions with diverse geography and cultures. The capital city of Madrid is home to the Royal Palace and Prado museum, housing works by European masters. And it’s a dream location for couples from all over the world to celebrate their destination wedding in Spain.

It is well known for its delicious and spicy dishes. The first thing many people think of about Spain is its sunshine, which attracts millions of holidaymakers to its coasts and cities every year, making Spain the most tourist-friendly country in the world. Renowned the Spanish healthcare system for being among the leading systems in the world.

With huge diversity, not only in culture and traditions, but also in gastronomy, landscape, and climate. There are many places to get married in Spain. It has so much to offer and is one of the top wedding destinations in Europe.

This splendid metropolitan city can host your wedding gracefully. Note that it is one of the most popular places to host your bachelorette party. Check out all the activities you can do on your bachelorette in Spain by clicking here.

In addition, we organize entertainment or celebrity entertainers and engage the finest photographers. We make every moment unforgettable and distinctive in style.

Location Details & Connectivity with the World

Spain is a country in Southwestern Europe with some pockets of territory across the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean. Its continental European territory is situated on the Iberian Peninsula. Its territory also includes two archipelagos: the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa, and the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea.

The African enclaves of Ceuta, Melilla, and Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera make Spain the only European country to have a physical border with Morocco. Several small islands in the Alboran Sea are also part of Spanish territory. The country’s mainland bordered to the south and east by the Mediterranean Sea except for a small land boundary with Gibraltar; to the north and northeast by France, Andorra, and the Bay of Biscay; and to the west and northwest by Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean.

A winter wedding in Turkey

Your winter destination wedding in Turkey can be a memorable warm and cozy affair.

 Winter weddings in Turkey are usually indoor weddings as winters are really chilly here. One can have as much fun as people have during summer weddings, including beach wedding photoshoots.

Your dreamy winter wedding can be as spectacular as you like, and to make it luxurious we can rope in the right people for the big day.

A summer wedding in Turkey

Though a destination wedding in Turkey in summer feels like a hot and sticky affair, there are many people who opt for it.  You can go to Outdoor weddings as a pool or countryside wedding as well. A beach wedding is a great option for beach lovers too.

And also be aware that summer weddings are usually conducted late in the evening or at night. P.S, Indians feel right at home when planning an Indian wedding in Turkey.

The Cost of a Destination Wedding in Spain

The cost of a destination wedding can vary greatly depending on the size and scope of your event. Of course, that cost can go up or down depending on your specific needs and desires.

But before you start penciling anything in, it’s important to sit down and create a realistic budget for your destination wedding. Factor in the cost of airfare, lodging, food, and entertainment for you and your guests—plus any additional costs that may come up along the way. Contact us for wedding packages in Spain!

Wedding planners in Spain can provide you with approximate costs for weddings. The breakup can be roughly estimated by calculating Luxury wedding villas or venues in Spain, Entertainment and makeup, Video/Photography, Catering, and decor.

*Please note that the accommodation charges differ greatly on certain dates and months*

Climate/Best time for getting married in Spain

Getting married in Spain is a dream for many couples. We hope it’s yours too! Spain has an exceptionally mild climate. With one of the highest number of sunshine days, the lowest number of rain days, and the most comfortable climate in the whole of Europe, it’s definitely one of the most ideal places to host your wedding in Spain! From April to October, there is a very short period of rain, so it’s safe to choose a date. But even in the rest of the year, temperatures can be extremely mild, so winter weddings in Spain are definitely an option. Get in touch with wedding planners in Spain for more details.

Types of wedding ceremonies in Spain


Legally registering a marriage in Spain is complicated due to the requirements under Spanish Laws. Spain doesn’t allow non-residents, unlike other European countries to have a legal wedding. For a minimum of 2 consecutive years, at least one of the partners must be a Spanish resident or must have a Spanish nationality. We would highly recommend you prefer Symbolic weddings and take care of the paperwork in your home country.


The symbolic ceremony involves zero paperwork, so most couples prefer a symbolic wedding ceremony in Spain. But this type of ceremony doesn’t carry any legal effect, so you must take care of this step in particular.

We advise you to take care of legal paperwork in your home country and then planning a wedding in your favorite wedding venue in Spain will be a wise decision.


You can skip the 2-year residency requirement by hosting a religious ceremony in Spain.A Catholic church wedding is a legal wedding as long as you comply with the requirements of the Catholic church. Requirements such as pre-nuptial, Communism & Confirmation, Baptism certificate, permission from the parish, and a permit from the Bishop to host your wedding in church.

But deliver the necessary documents to the local Spanish civil registry within a week after the ceremony. And you can register for this wedding in Spain in your home country

Note: Islamic, Protestant, and Jewish weddings are also legal but they must be performed by a licensed marriage officer. Consult wedding planners in Spain and choose the type of ceremony you prefer.

Indian destination Wedding in Spain

Have you ever imagined your Indian destination wedding in Spain? Being there and getting married to the love of your life in one of the most luxurious wedding venues in Spain? Beautiful isn’t it? or have you ever dreamt of a beach wedding? Lovely right? Indian Wedding in Spain is increasing and are most popular among couples who are ready to travel. It is a beautiful location to celebrate your big day. Indian marriages are traditional and vibrant. They range from 2 to 10-day rituals with a lot of celebrations. Planning a wedding is Spain can be difficult being the bride and groom with other responsibilities, don’t worry join and execute with us. Spain has such an amazing climate, unique locations, and venues that cater. The preferred destination for Indian weddings in Spain is Seville and Tenerife. As Luxury wedding planners in Spain, we organize all types of weddings and offer wedding packages in Spain according to couple’s needs.

Visa & legal formalities for weddings in Spain

Can foreigners get married in Spain?

Yes. Under the principles of the Spanish Civil Code, both parties must be over 18 years old and consenting individuals. Both civil and religious marriages are legal. But to qualify for a civil ceremony you must meet the two-year residency requirements. That means that at least one party of the couple must be a legal resident in Spain for two years prior to the marriage day.

Because of the residency restrictions and administrative formalities associated with a civil wedding in Spain, many foreign couples opt for a religious ceremony. But a Catholic ceremony, the only legal form of religious marriage, has a long planning period. We can assist you with paperwork and more details.

What documents do I need to get married in Spain?

For a civil ceremony, you need to contact your local Civil Registrar’s office ahead of time and apply directly to them. You’ll likely need to provide the following:

  • Valid passports for both parties
  • Original birth certificates
  • Proof that both parties are free to marry, which you may need to obtain from your home country’s Embassy or Consulate
  • Divorce/Annulment/Death Certificates, if applicable
  • Certificate of residence

We would suggest you contact us. As Luxury wedding planners in Spain, we can give more legal expert assistance in this.


Best Wedding Destinations in Spain

Spain is a country full of wonderful wedding destinations, and some of the most luxurious ones are located in Ibiza, Marbella, Torremolinos, Tenerife, Costa Blanca, and Seville. These destinations offer a wide range of stunning venues for couples to choose from, including historic castles, charming villas, and grand estates.

In Ibiza, couples can enjoy a romantic ceremony on the beach with a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean Sea. In Marbella, they can choose from several luxury resorts that offer all-inclusive wedding packages in Spain with world-class amenities. Torremolinos, located on the Costa del Sol, is home to many stunning beachfront venues, while Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, offers a unique blend of volcanic landscapes and breathtaking ocean views. Seville, known for its rich history and stunning architecture, offers many enchanting venues for couples who want to tie the knot in a truly magical setting. With so many luxurious wedding venues to choose from in Spain, couples are sure to find the perfect destination to celebrate their love. Spain’s Costa Blanca is an idyllic wedding destination, offering a range of luxurious wedding venues for couples looking for a romantic and unforgettable setting. With its stunning coastline, crystal clear waters, and warm Mediterranean climate, Costa Blanca is a dream location for beachfront weddings. With the expertise of our wedding planners in Spain , we have provided the top wedding locations :

Frequently asked Questions (FAQ)

No, you don't need to visit Spain prior to your wedding, but it can be helpful in order to get a feel for the country and its many wedding venues. You can explore some of the most beautiful locations in Spain and get a sense of what you might want for your own wedding. This way, you won't have to worry about any surprises popping up closer to your big day.

The best places to get married in Spain:

  • Ibiza
  • Marbella
  • Torremolinos
  • Costa Blanca
  • Seville
  • Tenerife
  • Madrid
  • Barcelona

You'll need to be in the country about a week before your ceremony to take care of all your final preparations, and then you'll have to stay for a few days after the wedding to enjoy the country if you wish. Of course, these are just general guidelines and you can always work with your Luxury wedding planner in Spain to create a custom timeline that works best for you.

Yes! First, you'll need to obtain a certificate of non-impediment from your local consulate. This document essentially says that there's no legal reason why you can't get married in Spain. You'll need to submit this document, along with your passport, to the Civil Registrar in the province where you'll be getting married.

Yes! First, you'll need to go to the British embassy or consulate in Spain to request a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage. You'll need to bring your passport, birth certificate, and proof of residency in Spain. Once you have the Certificate of No Impediment, you'll need to submit it along with a few other documents to the registry office in the province where you're getting married. Once all of that is squared away, you'll just need to give the registry office 30 days' notice of your intention to marry, and voila! You're all set to have a beautiful destination wedding in Spain. *There are some residency restrictions that must be considered for a civil wedding for foreigners* Feel free to get in touch with us for more details.

Marbella, Torremolinos, Estepona, Ojen, Los Barrios, and Vejer de la Frontera are the luxury wedding locations where you can look for wedding venues in Southern Spain.

Hiring a wedding planner in Spain can be a wise decision for various reasons. Planning a wedding in Spain is a significant undertaking, and when you're considering a destination wedding in this beautiful country, the benefits of having a local expert by your side become even more apparent. Also, you can personalize wedding packages in Spain that planners offer according to your needs.