"Marry-made-easy" - that is our slogan. Simple explanations, transparent prices, no payment in advance. We show you a fast, non-bureaucratic and inexpensive way you can get married in Denmark.
Through personal experience we know which difficulties come up when one wants to get married in Germany. In 2002 Karsten could marry his Kenyan wife only in Denmark. This experience led him in 2003 to set up the the agency marriages-made-easy, jointly with Victoria. Our successful concept has already convinced over 4,000 couples, as you can see in our references.
You can choose between our Express-Marriage (330, - €), with a maximum of 1 day stop over in Denmark and our secure chauffeur service. We offer fast processing times, including appointments at a short notice, without any extra charges. With us, you only pay when we successfully provide you a wedding date.
How does our concept work?
It is based on the simplified Danish marriage law in combination with European law, which allows for all EU citizens and EU visitors to marry in all Member States of the European Union. In Denmark there is no certificate of no impediment to marriage required.
What documents are required?
For a marriage in Denmark, only the following documents are required:
- passport or EU identity card
- birth certificate
- proof of marital status; for all registered persons in Germany, this is the „Aufenthaltsbescheiniung mit Familienstand“ (residence certificate with marital status display)
- if applicable: final divorce of decree
Since the requirements may differ in individual cases, such as Non-EU citizens or divorce degrees from non-EU countries, you have the option for a personal document inquiry for your case.
Who can use our service?
In Denmark all couples who are legally in Germany or the EU can get married, except for asylum seekers and foreigners who are only 'tolerated' in Germany or the EU.
Can same-sex couples to marry in Denmark?
Since 2012, Denmark allows same-sex marriages, same-sex couples can finally also get married there. The couples need the same documents as any hetero couples. The extent to which same-sex marriage is recognized in the respective home countries of the couples, we can not say.
How do we proceed?
Just send us by email or by mail the necessary documents along with the completed forms which you can easily download in the download area. We countercheck your documents for accuracy and forward them to one of our registry offices partners in Denmark. After approximately 7 days we receive a confirmation whether the papers were complete and if the desired marriage day is still available. We forward the feedback to you with the respective road map description to the registry office. Our service charge is due upon success. More information in our general terms of business.
Where in Denmark does the marriage take place?
Our partner registry offices are located both on the mainland and on islands in the Danish Baltic Sea. Since the requirements of the required documents are not uniform, we can only tell you where you can get married after we received your documents?
In which language should be the documents?
All documents must be either in Danish, English or German language. Documents in all other languages must be translated by an official translator in one of the three languages. The wedding ceremony itself is also in Danish, English or German. For all other languages is an interpreter. We also can assist you to find one. We need only copies of your documents, you have to present the originals when you appear at the registry office.
Are there any additional costs?
In addition to our service charge you have to expect the following costs:
- trip to Denmark, it may be necessary that you have to use a ferry
- cost of accommodation in Denmark
- charge of the registry office in Denmark; the current fee is 870 Danish kroner, the equivalent of about 118, - €
Important: After providing you the necessary information and confirming the wedding date, you are responsible for compliance of the appointment. There will be no refund of the service charge if you do not appear to the wedding appointment.