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Bali – A Tranquil Choice for your Wedding or Honeymoon

The heat is just wearing us down! So we thought we’d plan a mental getaway – to Bali. Sounds divine doesn’t it? So many of our brides are honeymooning in exotic locations such as Bali, Tahiti, and others. So jump on a “vicarous” ride, if just for a few minutes. We’d love to hear about your wedding or honeymoon experiences at exotic locations.

AYANA Resort and Spa

The beautiful AYANA Resort and Spa is set on 77 hectares of cliff-top tropical gardens perched 35 meters above Jimbaran Bay. The AYANA Resort and Spa enjoys majestic views and a secluded location, yet is just 10 kilometers from Bali’s airport. With a 290-room hotel and 78 private freestanding villas spread out along its 1.3 kilometer coastline, this is the most spacious and one of the most acclaimed Bali luxury hotels.

Realize your wedding dreams on the majestic cliffs of AYANA Resort and Spa. The AYANA’s enthralling oceanfront hideaway sets a captivating stage for Bali destination weddings. Exchange vows in the vibrant Champa Garden amongst a grand canopy of 2,000 white frangipani trees or find a secluded ocean view gazebo for a private ceremony for two. On-site wedding planners will customize a Bali wedding package for your special day and set an unforgettable tone for your life together.

About Bali

This lush Indian Ocean isle is the perfect storm of intensity and serenity. Just 55 miles wide and 90 miles long, it’s home to 3 million people, all of whom seem to be riding motor scooters from dawn until dusk. Among its dramatic, wave-lapped coastline and emerald, rice-paddy-covered interior, there is a spiritual calm, a kind of magic some say reaches deep inside and guarantees your first visit will not be your last. That’s the romance of Bali — it speaks the language of the soul.

Wedding Requirements

Marrying here requires a religious ceremony (either Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist or Christian) that conforms to the laws of the couple’s country. For non-Muslims, the religious ceremony must be held first and a letter must be signed by the priest, then the marriage certificate will be issued by the Civil Registry Office. You’ll also need a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage from the U.S. Embassy in Bali (downloadable); other requirements include valid U.S. passports, birth certificates and six copies of the same photo of you together as a couple. To ease the process, consult with a certified wedding specialist.

The heat is just wearing us down! So we thought we’d plan a mental getaway – to Bali. Sounds divine doesn’t it? So many of our brides are honeymooning in exotic locations such as Bali, Tahiti, and others. So jump on a “vicarous” ride, if just for a few minutes. We’d love to hear about your wedding or honeymoon experiences at exotic locations.

AYANA Resort and Spa

The beautiful AYANA Resort and Spa is set on 77 hectares of cliff-top tropical gardens perched 35 meters above Jimbaran Bay. The AYANA Resort and Spa enjoys majestic views and a secluded location, yet is just 10 kilometers from Bali’s airport. With a 290-room hotel and 78 private freestanding villas spread out along its 1.3 kilometer coastline, this is the most spacious and one of the most acclaimed Bali luxury hotels.

Realize your wedding dreams on the majestic cliffs of AYANA Resort and Spa. The AYANA’s enthralling oceanfront hideaway sets a captivating stage for Bali destination weddings. Exchange vows in the vibrant Champa Garden amongst a grand canopy of 2,000 white frangipani trees or find a secluded ocean view gazebo for a private ceremony for two. On-site wedding planners will customize a Bali wedding package for your special day and set an unforgettable tone for your life together.

About Bali

This lush Indian Ocean isle is the perfect storm of intensity and serenity. Just 55 miles wide and 90 miles long, it’s home to 3 million people, all of whom seem to be riding motor scooters from dawn until dusk. Among its dramatic, wave-lapped coastline and emerald, rice-paddy-covered interior, there is a spiritual calm, a kind of magic some say reaches deep inside and guarantees your first visit will not be your last. That’s the romance of Bali — it speaks the language of the soul.

Wedding Requirements

Marrying here requires a religious ceremony (either Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist or Christian) that conforms to the laws of the couple’s country. For non-Muslims, the religious ceremony must be held first and a letter must be signed by the priest, then the marriage certificate will be issued by the Civil Registry Office. You’ll also need a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage from the U.S. Embassy in Bali (downloadable); other requirements include valid U.S. passports, birth certificates and six copies of the same photo of you together as a couple. To ease the process, consult with a certified wedding specialist.