Wedding
Luxury
in the Czech
Republic
Immerse yourselves in the
world of romanticweddings
in theCzech Republic. Make
your dreamcome true in one
of themost romantic cities in
theworld.
Prague and the Czech
Republic have been a wedding
destination for international
clients for more than 15
years. There is a large
variety of romantic, elegant,
extravagant and casual as
well as ultra-luxurious and
premium locations that will
help to create the experience
of a lifetime. Even the most
demanding clients can find
a set-up that would not
only meet but exceed their
expectations. There are
English-speaking officiators
and priests available to
perform weddings; the other
option is a Czech-speaking
officiator or priest with an
interpreter.
Top locations and settings
in Prague
St. Thomas or St.
Nicholas Church
are our
top recommendations for
exceptional church settings
where the bride and the
groom can begin their journey
through life together, followed
by a private boat tour with
champagne and dinner at one
of the restaurants or hotels
with grand Prague views of
the Charles Bridge and the
Vltava River.
Old Town Hall
is
a traditional venue with
a very convenient location
for couples who prefer
a civil ceremony. More
demanding clients tend to
choose exclusive locations
such as
rooftop suites of
premium hotels
, which
provide complete privacy and
exclusive views of the Vltava
River, Prague Castle and the
Charles Bridge.
Another amazing setting is
the exceptional
Chateau
Troja
followed by a boat
trip to the centre of Prague
and dinner at one of the
romantic restaurants of old
Prague. Consider a ceremony
in the wonderful
Prague
Castle gardens
, with
a string quartet completing
the atmosphere, followed
by champagne cocktails and
fine canapés. There is a wide
range of beautiful venues
for either a small dinner or
a larger reception for 30, 50
or 100 + guests.
Legalities
The paperwork for
international clients is
manageable even without
a wedding planner. Of course
it is also possible to arrange
all the legal matters with the
help of various websites and
through the Czech Embassy.
A general overview of
what is needed
: a birth
certificate, a “no impediment
to marry” document, issued
by the register office in your
home country, and a divorce
decree if you are divorced.
Usually the bride and groom
have to be in the country two
to three working days before
the wedding.
It is advized to start preparing
the legal paperwork
six months prior to the
wedding day. Of course it
is also possible to organize
something at the last minute.
And nowadays there is
another option: The Czech
Republic has became a very
popular place for
symbolic
weddings
, where the couple
saves the money, time and
energy related to collecting
legal paperwork by doing this
in their home country.
Go to the new e-book for
more information about
weddings in Prague. The
lite version is free and will
show you why the Czech
Republic has become
such a great wedding
destination over the past
15 years,
A unique transport
experience. Since old
and historical have again
become very trendy, you
can provide your guests
with an amazing experience
by using a historical tram
for a private ride around
Prague, either purely for
sightseeing or combining
a sightseeing tour with
transport to your wedding
destination.
Top locations and venues
outside of Prague:
Český Krumlov, Hluboká
nad Vltavou, Karlštejn,
Konopiště, Kutná Hora.
Hluboká nad Vltavou
This chapter was prepared
in cooperation with Prague
Weddings.
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