Weddings and Honeymoons

Symbolic Wedding Ceremonies

Many wedding couples choose to be legally married in the United States, preceded or followed by a symbolic wedding ceremony in resort with family and friends. Symbolic weddings are less costly, and a great choice for busy couples that prefer to bypass the gathering and completion of documentation required for a legally-binding ceremony in a foreign country.

Legally-Binding Wedding Ceremonies

Check with the embassy/consulate of the country in which you are marrying (contact information provided below) for the most up-to-date information on documentation requirements and other restrictions for US citizens marrying in a foreign country.


Mexico

Official website of Mexico Tourism: visitmexico.com
The U.S. Mexican Consulate in
Washington, D.C.
Phone: (202)736-1000
http://embamex.sre.gob.mx/eua/

Jamaica

Official website of the Jamaica Tourist Board: visitjamaica.com
Embassy of Jamaica, Washington D.C.
Phone: (202) 452-0660
Email: firstsec@jamaicaembassy.org
www.EmbassyofJamaica.org

Dominican Republic

Official website of Dominican Republic Tourism: godominicanrepublic.com
Dominican Republic Consulate,
Washington D.C.
Phone: (202) 332-7670

Hawaii

For instructions on how to apply for a marriage license, please contact:
Oahu: (808) 946-3930 ext. 207
Maui/Kauai and Hawaii Island: (888) 946-3930 ext. 207


Costa Rica

Official website of Costa Rica Tourism: costarica.com
Embassy of Costa Rica, New York- Consulate General
Phone local: (212) 509.3066
Email: costaricaconsul@yahoo.com
www.costaricaembassy.com