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Tips Bali Wedding Organizer


Tips wedding in Bali

Getting married is wonderful. Getting married in Bali is beautiful. Finding a Bali wedding organizer is vital.

There are many reasons to hire someone or a company to plan your wedding. Bali wedding organizers often have special relationships with various resorts that enable them to get great deals. They know where to get the best deals on the flowers for your wedding. And, they will help you determine the best resort for your honeymoon. Your organizer can help you with the legal requirements as well.

Choosing the right company can be the difference between a nightmare of complications and a smooth process without headaches and stress. Your wedding is a special moment in your life, so choose your organizer carefully.

There is no shortage of Bali wedding organizers. Some of them are great. Some of them simply do not know what they are doing. Some of the things to consider when choosing your wedding planner are:

Where they are located – choose an organizer that is actually located in Bali. They live in the local community, and they have connections that those living outside of Bali do not have.

Check their website carefully – a good, well-designed website is a positive sign.

Make sure they can legally organize weddings in Bali – be sure to ask for proof.
Verify that they have an office in Bali – an organization without an office is most likely unprofessional and unreliable.

Can you contact them directly, not just through email – you should be able to call someone, and talk to them to discuss particulars.

Do they have a bank account – be sure the bank account name matches the business name, and be sure it is a local bank or branch.

Do they accept credit cards – accepting credit cards is a good sign.

If you desire a legal wedding under Indonesian law, there are many requirements you'll want work with your wedding planner to satisfy. Here are a few:

You will need a Certificate of religious marriage.

You will need your passports.

You will need certified birth certificates.

You will need a divorce certificate or death certificate to prove you are not currently married.

You'll need four 4x6 centimeter photos with you and your spouse, side by side.

You'll need a “Letter of No Impediment to Marriage”.

Men between the ages of 18 and 21 will need a letter of parental consent.

Women between the ages of 16 and 21 will need a letter of parental consent.

Your wedding organizer can help you with meeting all of the legal requirements.