Tying The Knot In Denmark
Cassie and Martin’s chic Copenhagen city wedding with a boat ride took my breath away! Tying the knot in Denmark is something thousands of couples do every year. Because legal stuff is easy to arrange in Copenhagen and it is a friendly and attractive city.
Marriage In Denmark
A wedding in Denmark is legal worldwide when you sign the Danish international marriage certificate. So when the certificate is notarized by apostille legalization it is legally binding. Moreover, that means that it is also legal in other countries.
Denmark is one of the most popular destinations for same-sex couples. It was the first country in the world to give honor to same-sex unions back in 1989. The law is now superseded by the same-sex marriage law. It is easy to get married in all the Scandinavian countries. Nordic countries welcome same-sex couples to tie the knot in a civil or religious ceremony. In Sweden, you can get married in the church too. A simple and easy way to arrange a wedding in Denmark is to get in touch with a registrar’s office.
Boat Ride & A Wedding Ceremony
If you want to get married on a boat and you can! Cassie and Martin had the wedding ceremony on a barge. A great way showing off Copenhagen to their guests and enjoy the sights. A few toast and speeches the boat arrived at the restaurant for a three-course meal and cake. So you can rent a boat for a private tour in the canals or if you prefer you can go with the tourist boats. There are hundreds of boats to choose from, as a result renting a boat in Copenhagen is simple. Big boats and small boats. Old wooden boats and new high-speed boats. It is a boat for everyone. For instance, you can make reservations on this site.
Portrait Session In The Afternoon Sun
We stopped for thirty minutes to do portraits in the glorious afternoon sunlight. Cassie and Martin are the sweetest couple and their wedding was exactly like them. Sweet, easy-going, fun and very heartfelt. I Can not think of a better way to spend your wedding day! Cruising around the many canals of Copenhagen, listening to jazz.