Getting married in St. Kitts and Nevis
An island haven that’s perfect for an undisturbed tropical wedding
Why get married in St. Kitts and Nevis?
A little off the beaten track, with an unhurried way of life and a welcome unrivalled in the Caribbean, St. Kitts offers just about everything except the crowds. The island is a scenically and historically fascinating haven, with some quietly some excellent restaurants and even a casino. Just a two-mile ferry ride away, Nevis offers the real Caribbean where total relaxation is the order of the day.
What kind of wedding ceremony can I have in St. Kitts and Nevis?
The choice is yours -- your ceremony could be held in the grounds of your hotel, in a church of almost any denomination, amongst historic ruins, in a rustic gazebo in a picturesque garden and, of course, on the beach.
Is it wedding weather?
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What’s the wedding paperwork?
- Residency One or both of you must be resident on the islands for two working days (Monday to Friday) prior to your marriage.
- Proof of ID You’ll need to have your birth certificates and a valid passport.
- Divorced If either of you are divorced the Decree Absolute with court stamp will be required.
- Widowed If you are widowed the Death Certificate of your deceased spouse must be produced.
- Age restrictions If you are under 18, parental consent in the form of Statutory Declaration, stamped and signed by a solicitor, must be provided.
- Name change If your name has been changed by Deed Poll you must provide legal proof, stamped and signed by a solicitor. This also applies if a married woman has reverted back to her maiden name.
- Adopted If you are adopted you will need to provide the adoption certificate.
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