It would be difficult to imagine a more lovely island on which to get married or to renew your existing wedding vows, perhaps on a special wedding anniversary.
Our church in Puerto Pollensa is available to all, regardless of nationality or faith, and our excellent relationships with the island’s Roman Catholic Priests mean that we can often arrange for marriages and wedding blessings to take place in other locations on the island.
If you are thinking of getting married in Mallorca then we can help.
There are many questions that people want to ask when they are considering getting married on our beautiful island.
We will always try and help to answer your questions and we also have a page with wedding links so that you can find some of the other services available on the Island that you may need to make your big day even more amazing.
Please read through the information below. We believe in a personal service. So if you would like to speak to us please either email at email@example.com or call us on (+34) 971 737 279.
If one of the partners has lived legally in Spain for at least two years then the civil marriage can be done in the local town hall followed by a religious ceremony in church or other location.
Please check with the local town hall for their requirements.
If neither of the partners fulfil the residence requirements then the civil marriage will take place in their country of origin followed by a ceremony in church, at a hotel, on a beach or any other chosen location.
For UK citizens this usually means the civil marriage taking place in the local registry office followed by the religious ceremony here. It’s probably worth contacting one of the clergy as early as possible to discuss your plans.
Cost of an Anglican ceremony on Mallorca
Donations for weddings and funerals are the same for each congregation.
The Chaplaincy is pleased to offer advice and guidence to couples in assisting them to create their celebration. Our service includes;
• Administration work in preparing for the service here on Mallorca.
• E mail / Skype contact with a trained and experienced minister, licensed by the Church of England, for consultation, advice and resources.
• Meetings in person before the service if you are visiting Mallorca prior to the day of the service.
• The production of an order of service.
• A rehearsal just before the day of your service if requested.
• Officiating at a service or ceremony on the day itself to a high professional standard.
As a Chaplaincy we can offer the following options:
590 Euro – Blessing of a Marriage/Non-Religious Ceremony
Usually following on from a Registry office ceremony held in the UK or larger scale Renewal of Marriage Vows Both of these services would usually be 20-40 minutes duration and might include hymns, readings, candle ceremony, music, an address, prayers (depending on the couple’s choice)
250 Euro – Renewal of Wedding Vows
A smaller more intimate service – this might last 10-15 minutes, as a couple renew their marriage vows again to each other in the company of a few friends and family. (6 or less adults present)
145 Euro – Organist
Travelling For staff (minister or organist)
Normal travelling for visits additional to the service and rehearsal at the venue is included in the 490 Euro.
TBA – Production of Order of Service
A quotation will be given on request depending upon the printing costs
How the Donations are set
The donations suggested here contributes towards the upkeep of the service that the Chaplaincy is pleased to provide for any who come to Mallorca and especially wedding couples. The level of donation is based upon the fees set by the Registrar for Births, Deaths and Marriages for England and Wales for a wedding service.
Use of our Churches
While the use of the Anglican churches in Palma or Puerto Pollenca is free, the donation for use of a Catholic Church building usually varies from €150 to €400 depending upon location and the amount requested by the local Catholic parish priest. This is paid by a couple separately and to the local Catholic Church parish office and a couple are responsible for making this arrangement.
Time To Start Planning
You would normally need a minimum of two months to make your plans with either the town hall or registry office.
Having The Legal Part Of The Wedding In Our Church
For UK couples the process is long and complicated