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Type of Ceremonies

Weddings by Riu in Bahamas celebrates two types of ceremonies: Civil & Renewal of Vows.

  • Renewal of vows Ceremonies: Are performed by a minister, the renewal of vows is not legally binding however it's legally recognized in Bahamas; wedding couple must present their legal marriage certificate to the minister on the wedding day in order to perform this ceremony.

  • Importante: In order for apply for a renewal of vows ceremony is a must to send your legal marriage certificate scanned to the on site coordinator 45 days prior the wedding date.
  • Civil Ceremonies: Are performed by a Judge and are legally recognized in Bahamas. The couple is free to choose if they want that during the wedding speech God be mentioned or not made reference to God. The newlyweds will receive a legal marriage certificate.
  • Importante:

    Civil weddings are legally recognized in the country where the wedding is performed. As each country has specific requirements, We highly recommend you to contact your respective Embassy or Consulate in order to get the complete information regarding the procedure that you'll have to follow in order to legalize your Marriage Certificate in your country. 

    *Riu Hotels and Resorts is not responsible of this legal procedure.

    At our Riu Weddings Request on line system for Bahamas; three types of Ceremonies are shown by default since our other destinations offers Symbolic, in Bahamas only Civil & Renewal of Vows ceremonies are offered by law; if you select Symbolic option no matter which date you select in Bahamas you'll receive a no availability notice.


  • All of our resorts offer different locations to hold the wedding ceremony: At Riu Palace Paradise Island you may choose from:
    • • Beach: Capacidade máxima 45 pessoas  

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