Bali’s beautiful tropical scenery provides a picturesque backdrop for a stunning wedding ceremony.
The Peninsula Beach and Bay Wedding Service has more than six years’ experience planning bespoke weddings for happy couples – if you would like to read more about our successful track-record, please click on the ‘testimonials’ link.
Our experienced team will be able to guide you through the entire process step-by-step, from arranging the legalities, to ensuring that the ‘big day’ itself runs smoothly.
We have a range of competitively priced wedding options on offer and two beautiful resort venues for you to choose from. Weddings at either of these can be held on the beach, by the poolside or in the gardens. If you are already in Bali, then please feel free to visit the resorts and have a look around, if not, then, you will find more information at the links below:
Once you have chosen your location, we will be able to provide you with several wedding packages to consider and an estimated cost. The details of these packages can be further personalized during your final negotiation with our Events Manager.
If are interested in finding out more about our wedding service, please contact our General Manager, Whindie Anto – he’s very approachable and will be happy to help with your enquiries! It’s best to contact him as early in the process as possible. You will find his details below.
We hope you are happy with what you have seen so far and look forward to planning a unique, memorable and spectacular day for you. To help you get started, we have provided the following information regarding the types of ceremony we have on offer (including a ‘Renewal of Vows’, ‘Commitment Ceremony’ and ‘Balinese Style Honeymoon Celebration’) as well as more general information on how to get married in Bali.
Several wedding formats are possible; a legal wedding, a legal religious wedding or a civil wedding.
Requirements for a FULL LEGAL WEDDING (Christian)
For overseas citizens:
No documents are required for a COMMITMENT CEREMONY, a RENEWAL OF VOWS, or a BALINESE STYLE HONEYMOON CELEBRATION.
The originals of all the above-mentioned documents must be brought to Bali. The couple will be required to make a sworn statement of their intention to marry in Bali at the Embassy or General Consulate of their country of origin. Please contact your Embassy or Consulate in Bali or Jakarta for further information; additional legal documents from your government may be required. British citizens or other nationalities with no consulate in Bali should stay at least one night in Jakarta in order to obtain their sworn statement.
Specific requirements :
Catholic Religious- Wedding- Ceremony
Protestant Religious-Wedding- Ceremony