Getting married in Puerto Rico is an easy and stress free process. Tropical Weddings offers a variety of settings, styles and venues for you to choose from Barefoot to Black Tie.
From beautiful sandy beaches to our lush tropical mountains, we are here to make your wedding dreams come true. We offer:
Full Coordination and Partial Coordination
Legal-EASE: Marriage License Process Assistance
Ceremony and Reception Site Inspections and Selection
Catering and Menu Planning
Vendor and Contract Negotiations
Ceremony and Reception Coordination Services, including Protocol
Photography and Videography
Distinctive, Delicious, Wedding Cakes
Music for Ceremonies and Receptions
Web Pages & Social Media Concierge
Invitations, Programs and other Printed Material
Spa Packages and Hair and Makeup Designs
Amenities and Welcome Baskets
Assistance in obtaining accommodations for family and friends (guest houses to five star resorts)
Transportation (Chauffeured Sedans & Limos, Buses, Discounted Car Rentals, Private Helicopters, Plane Charters & Private Yachts)
Captain John’s Pilgrim Package (your guests will be invited to experience the “Island of Enchantment” at their leisure – Golf, Sightseeing Tours, Charter Fishing, Dive and Snorkel Trips)
A Valid form of identification with a photograph such as a drivers license, state-issued identification or passport. Non U.S. citizens will need their passports.
PUERTO RICO (AS OF SEPTEMBER 10, 2010) NO LONGER REQUIRES LAB WORK FOR NON-RESIDENTS OF PUERTO RICO. WE WILL ADVISE YOU OF THE DOCUMENTATION THAT YOU WILL NOW NEED.
The marriage license validation is taken care of by Tropical Weddings upon your arrival in Puerto Rico.
You will be escorted to the Demographic Registry office to validate the license, with all necessary paperwork and the $150 application fee. You will leave the Registry Office with your marriage certificate in hand. You will also need original Birth Certificates and copies of Divorce Decress if applicable.
A residency requirement is not needed in Puerto Rico so how many days you stay in Puerto Rico prior to the ceremony is up to you, keep in mind however, that we will need at least one hour in order to run the above errands. Anyone under the age of 21 will need a sworn affidavit from their legal guardian giving them permission to be married.