Wedding in Greece: Many couples worldwide choose to have their Catholic wedding in Greece.
You can choose from many beautiful places across the country to create memories that will last a lifetime!
From large islands to small ones, or picturesque towns and villages across the continent, so many places to choose from!
Before you begin planning your wedding, you should contact the Catholic bishop of the location you want to have it.
- Rhodes: Cathedral of Saints Iakovos and Agios Christoforou
- Corfu-Zakynthos-Kefalonia: Cathedral of Panagia of the Rosary
- Tinos-Naxos-Andros-Mykonos: Cathedral of Panagia of the Rosary
- Crete: Assumption of the Virgin Mary
- Syros-Milos: Cathedral of St. George
- Chios: Cathedral of St. Nicholas
- Santorini: Cathedral of St. John the Baptist There, but they do not do weddings with people living overseas.
- Athens: Cathedral of St. Dionysios the Areopagite
- Thessaloniki: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
The Apostille stamp is required for birth certificates and certificates of non-impediment to marriage issued by the Municipality
where the person is registered. ( This seal refers to the legalization and validity of your documents for international use. (1961
Hague Convention abolishing the requirement of legalization for foreign public documents).)
Authorization by the couple indicating that they authorize the wedding organizing company to act on their behalf for any legal document and requirement.
The document should be drafted in Greek. You should talk to the organizing company about what exactly to write.
Most of the required legal documents must be validated by the local authorities in your country.
Legal or design details differ for each bishop. First decide the place where you want the wedding to take place, and your wedding organizer will direct you and indicate all your obligations.
Check your documentation carefully. It is important to make sure all names and dates are accurate. If not, then every process will begin at the outset.