Weddings in Czech Republic offer an exclusive experience to the couples. Situated in Central Europe the Czech Republic is a suitable location to witness the most special event in your life and commence a new journey of your life your partner. Weddings in Czech Republic provide multifarious options and services to make the ceremony an affair to remember.
Couples can tie the nuptial knot in the midst of Bohemian forests, the majestic Jeseniky Mountains or the Krkonoše Mountains and make it an unforgettable moment of their life. Wedding venues in this region also include castles such as Kost Csatle, Zbiroh Castle, Cesky Krumlov, and Konopište Castle. Both civil and Protestant ceremonial rites are performed in most of theses castles. Few of the packages available in the castle weddings consist of horse-drawn carriages, a multi-tiered wedding cake, photographers and videographers, and accompaniment of music. Accommodations and transportation facilities in vintage cars for the couples and their guests are also arranged. The couples can also opt for spa massages and other beauty treatments.
Czech Republic Weddings in the churches include special packages featuring legal documentation, time management for the final day, transportation facilities, wedding coordination, live music, floral bouquet for the bride, witnesses, wedding cake, photography and a lavish dinner. Apart from these bottles of wine or champagne are provided in the civil ceremony packages. Romantic Weddings in Czech Republic can be held in the Old Town Hall or the New Town Hall which reflect the rich heritage and culture of the land. Many luxury hotels and resorts offer wedding packages to the couples from across the globe. The essential necessities required in the Weddings in Czech Republic include a legal passport with a validity of ten years, birth certificate, Certificate of
Celibacy, Decree Absolute, and Divorce Certificate and Death certificate of the Spouse, if any. Couples are recommended to keep the original copies and the photocopies of all such documents. However, it is needed that the couples must undergo an official translation of all such documents. For the overseas couples, the Czech law calls for the presence of an interpreter.