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Wedding planners

If you want a really stress-free run-up to your wedding, and you don’t mind paying to offload the nitty-gritty of the organisation onto someone who is based here in Andalucia, and speaks the language, then why not consider hiring a wedding planner to make all on-the-ground preparations for your big day?

Venues, ceremonies and meals

Whether you choose to get married in a church, a registry office or a specialist licensed venue such as a hotel, you will want to treat your guests to a fine meal afterwards – especially if they’ve come from abroad to celebrate your big day with you.

Photographers and videos

Your wedding dress may stay mothballed in your cupboard for years after your wedding day, but the photos from your special day will be on display in your house forever. The most popular moments include: the bride walking down the aisle; exchange of rings (alianzas); the kiss; cutting the cake (tarta nupcial); speeches (discursos).

Luxury Rentals

The glamorous coastal resorts of Andalucia have earned the region a worldwide reputation as a luxury holiday destination. Bustling locations like Marbella and Mijas remain a focal point for celebrity visits, in particular, and have the widest selection of impressive rental villas available.

Getting Married in Spain

In Spain, it is possible to arrange civil and religious marriages between foreigners or a foreigner and a Spanish national provided you do your paperwork first. In addition, the Spanish government is working on agreements with major non-Catholic faiths in terms of accepting their religious marriage ceremonies.

Gay Andalucia Marriage

On 30 June 2005Spain became the third European country after the Netherlands and Belgium to legalise same-sex marriage between native Spanish citizens and also registered foreigners living in Spain.

Flowers and invitations

You will want your wedding venue, and the location for your meal, whether a hotel, restaurant, function room (sala de celebraciones) or private house, to be decorated to reflect your own personal taste. Then you need to think about your own ramo (bouquet), which should reflect the blooms you choose to adorn your venue.

Dresses and Jewellery

You have to feel comfortable and special on your wedding day, whether you want a sexy skin-tight sheath, a loose, bias-cut slip, or a formal, fitted gown. Andalucia has many home-grown wedding dress designers, if you want a made-to-measure traje de boda.

Event Catering Services

Have you ever faced the pressure of throwing an important party and had things not go the way you had wished? If you can answer "yes" to the previous question, then you can appreciate just how reassuring having a professional caterer look after your needs can be.

Getting Married in Andalucia

Thinking of having your wedding in Andalucia? Then we have the complete guide to the what, where, when and how to plan your big day here in sunny southern Spain.

An A to M of Spanish Weddings

Journalist and author Theresa O'Shea tied the knot with her long-standing Spanish partner on Spain's Costa del Sol and has produced a linguistic and cultural survival guide to a Spanish weddings for those who might follow her example and walk the aisle in Spain!

Wine in Andalucia

Andalucia has a long history of winemaking and produces several interesting and taste-worthy products you’re sure to enjoy.


Tapas are more than just snacks in Andalucia. The word means, literally a lid and the term was thought to have come from the habit of having a few nibbles with a drink and the necessity of placing a saucer or tapas on top of a glass to keep the flies out.

Getting Married in Gibraltar

Many people choose to follow in the footsteps of Sir Sean Connery and John Lennon and Yoko Ono and get married on the Rock.