Frequently Asked Questions
Are you planning on getting married in Jamaica?
Answer – A Blood Test is not a requirement to get married in Jamaica. To get married, one will need to provide us with the required documents listed on our Wedding Packages page. With these documents we will be able to obtain a Minister’s Licence on your behalf thus satisfying all legal requirements to ensure your wedding takes place.
Answer – DOCUMENT REQUIRED are as follows:-
* Notarized copy of Bride and Groom’s Birth Certificates
* Notarized copy of Divorce Decree, if necessary
* Notarized copy of former spouse death certificate, if widowed
* If applicable, notarized copy of Adoption documents reflecting name change
* Notarized translation of documents to English, if applicable
* Completed Wedding & Payment Information Form
Answer – Arriving in Jamaica 24 or 48 hours prior to your wedding day is only a formality, not a law. Providing that a Minister’s License was applied for and received on your behalf, you can get married within minutes of your arrival in Jamaica.
Answer – Getting married in Jamaica is absolutely legal. All Marriages performed in Jamaica are legally recognized universally.
Answer – Following your Wedding Ceremony, the Minister will present you with a copy of your Minister’s Certificate. A month and a half following the wedding, two certified copies of the Minister’s Certificate will be forwarded to you via mail.
Answer – Depending on your selections, a wedding in Jamaica can be far less expensive than a wedding back home.
Answer – Absolutely, we are delighted to arrange same for you.