Weddings in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka, the tropical teardrop island at the toe of India, is one of the most exotic and beautiful islands in the world.
With its mystical ancient cities, thick jungles, miles of palm-fringed beaches, unique culture and genuinely warm and hospitable people, this unforgettable destination is the perfect location to seal your love.
If you want to stay on and explore this lush island, extend your trip to include a dream Sri Lanka honeymoon. Unwind in a luxurious spa, watch baby elephants play at Udawalawe (a great place for elephant lovers to visit due to its Elephant Transit Home supported by Born Free), and go diving among mysterious ancient shipwrecks.
Your wedding in Sri Lanka includes:
Assistance from your wedding coordinator, decorated garden setting for the ceremony, marriage licence and certificate, witnesses if required.
|Legal requirements for your Sri Lanka wedding|
Extra legal information: Once you have married in Sri Lanka you must get your marriage certificate certified by the Consular Affairs Section of the Ministry of External Affairs in Colombo for the marriage certificate be legally recognised outside of Sri Lanka. You will be sent the certificate after this process is complete, and please note this may take up to four months. Please allow at least 2 working days after the wedding to allow for this.
*These documents must be legalised by the foreign and commonwealth office and then attested by the Sri Lanka High commission in London within three months of the wedding date. Kuoni needs to see copies of these legalised and attested documents no later than 6 weeks prior to departure. A business visa is now required to marry in Sri Lanka, this is instead of the normal visitor visa. This is obtained from the Sri Lankan high commission in London.
This information applies only to couples born in the UK with a valid UK passport.
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