FULL LEGAL WEDDING PACKAGES (Religious & Civil Ceremony)

In accordance with Law No. Of 1974 concerning marriages in Indonesia (Article 2(1): “A marriage is legitimate if it has been performed according to the laws of respective religious beliefs of the parties concerned

All couple who marry in Indonesia must declare a religion. Agnosticism and Atheism are not recognized. The Civil Registry Office can record marriages of persons of Islam, Hindu, Buddhist, Christian-Protestant and Christian-Catholic faiths. Marriage partners must have the same religion; otherwise one partner must a make a written declaration of change of religion

The Religious Marriage under Islam is performed by the Office of Religious affairs (Kantor Urusan Agama) in a ceremony at a Mosque, the home, a restaurant or any other place chosen by the couple and is legal immediately after the ceremony.

A Christian, Hindu or Buddhist marriage is usually performed first in a church or temple ceremony. After the religious ceremony, every non-Islamic marriage must be recorded with the Civil Registry (Kantor Catatan Sipil). Without the registration by the Civil Registry these marriages are not legal. Recording by Civil Registry officials can be performed directly at the religious ceremony for an additional fee

Persons of non-Islamic faith are required with the Civil Registry Office in the Regency where they are staying first a “notice of Intention to marry’ as well as a ‘Letter of No Impediment’ obtained from their consular representative

For the Notice of Intention to Marry you have to submit the following documents for both partners to Civil Registry Office (Show the original and present a photocopy) such as :

  • Certificate of the religious marriage
  • Passport for foreign citizens, or KTP (Identity card) for Indonesian citizens
  • Certified birth certificate
  • Certified divorce decree (absolute) or death certificates regarding the termination of all previous marriages
  • Passport photos 8 pieces size 4X6 cm of couple
  • Letter of No Impediment to Marriage issued by your Consular Representative for Bali or Indonesia
  • Two witnesses over the age of 18 are required. They must show the originals and present photocopies of their passport if they are foreign citizens and KTP (Identity Card if they are Indonesian Citizens
  • There will be two certificates presented at the end of the Ceremony, one from the Church (Minister of Religion) and the other from the Civil Registrar.

It is not possible to be legally married in Bali or indeed anywhere in Indonesia without first having a religious ceremony and only after such a ceremony has taken place will the Government Registry officials register and legalize your marriage.

Without Government registration of marriage, a marriage will not be recognized as a legal marriage either here in Indonesia or anywhere else in the world.

The Packages Inclusive :

  • Wedding Ceremony from the Pastor or Romo
  • Wedding Legalities from the Civil Registrar
  • Religious certificate of marriage from the Church
  • Civil certificate of marriage from Indonesian Government
  • Detailed explanation of all aspects of wedding procession with question/comments via email or telephone
  • Document processing to Church and Government office
  • Handling of all documentation’s required to validate legal wedding
  • Free transportation for arrangement of Letter of No Impediment to the Consulate located in Bali
  • Full wedding coordinator assistant and service
  • Arrival meeting service with Bali Rani Wedding Organizer to answer question and familiarize with the wedding schedule and wedding liturgy.

Exclusive : Administration fee at Consulate, rental venue and set up decoration

Price please contact us