Your Wedding Ceremony, the moment you’ve been waiting for! Our wedding planner experts provide advice on how to personalize your ‘I Do’ moments. The wedding ceremony represents the bond of love; it is a symbol of warmth, family and togetherness, a reason to make it as exciting, meaningful and inventive as your reception. The ceremony venue is may be the most time consuming part of your wedding planning. Mykonos Island provides a rainbow of options to help you showcase your own dreams, feelings and uniqueness as a couple. Either a legally binding civil or religious marriage ceremony, or a symbolic wedding blessing, Mykonos island offers wedding venues where sea, sand and sunsets set the stage for your dream wedding Ceremony.
All about the ceremony certification (Wedding license)
We are here to take care of everything for obtaining your marriage license on your behalf, providing assistance with all the necessary paperwork , booking the wedding date, associated fees and wedding announcement. Registry Office ceremonies take place during normal office hours, but you can have a marriage celebrant perform your marriage ceremony at any time, on any day of the week. All legal documents submitted for the wedding ceremony certification which are not in Greek must be officially translated into Greek and submitted on time at the Town Hall or Church.
Wedding ceremony stages
The wedding ceremony , either religious , civil or symbolic may start with the arrival of the couple. Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, and countries. Incorporating music, readings or elements of your choice into the ceremony, is actually creating those unique moments of your wedding day that make it memorable. The wedding ceremony may feature the exchange of vows, or the special blessing by the priest or celebrant , the exchange of rings or the exchange of gifts , the lighting of candles, and many more. Modern or traditional, official or symbolic the wedding ceremony is the absolute public proclamation of your unity and one of the most important moments of your wedding day.