Every Filipina bride has a dream of tying the knot in the church and wearing that long, elegant wedding dress.
And because majority of Filipinos are Catholics, it’s no wonder why most prefer to get married in popular churches like Manila Cathedral, San Agustin Church, and the likes.
But preparing for your wedding day is not all beers and skittles.
You also need to know the legal documents and preparations required to ensure a hassle-free wedding celebration.
Marriage license is usually released 2 weeks (10 days) after you apply for it.
Once issued, the marriage license can be used wherever you want to get married in the Philippines.
It is usually conducted by a judge of the RTC court, but it can also be performed by the Mayor of a city.Step 1: Marriage license application (See Part II).Step 2: Attendance of required pre-wedding seminars and counseling (Depending on your area, this may come before or after applying for a marriage license). Step 4: Marriage ceremony solemnized by an officer registered with the local civil registrar and in the presence of 2 witnesses of legal age.If you’re one of those lucky few who have a budget big enough for a church wedding, there are specific requirements aside from the marriage license that you need to fulfill Note: If you have other questions, please contact your city hall or church directly.
Know the exact date and time when all the requirements will be released so you can plan your wedding, hassle-free. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner.