Getting married in Seychelles is a hassle-free procedure without any bureaucracy, especially binational marriages are easy to conduct. As we provide you not just the Seychelles’ Marriage Certificate but also the Apostille from the Supreme Court of Seychelles, your contraction of marriage in the Seychelles will be accepted worldwide without any doubts.

Required Documents for your official marriage in Seychelles

You can send scans of the required documents to us easily by e-mail – at least 6 weeks prior to your desired wedding date. This is sufficient for the Civil Status to proceed with the formalities.
Please bring the originals or certified copies for verification purpose with you to the Seychelles.

Usually just these documents have to be provided:

  • Copies of the Passports
  • Birth certificates
  • Certificate of no impediment


If you were married before and kept your partners surname after the divorce,
you will have to provide a copy of your divorce certificate/ decree absolute.
If widowed: Please provide death certificate of former spouse.
If you had your name changed, you have to provide a legal proof.

All documents have to be in English or French. Otherwise you have to provide certified translations of the documents (but no need for Apostille).
Please note: We can do the necessary translations for you, too.

Should you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to ask us:


What you need to know about getting married in Seychelles

You will have to arrive in the Seychelles at least 3 days prior to the Wedding Day. This is a legal regulation of Seychelles, which requires the minimum stay of 3 days for a couple wishing to get married in Seychelles.

After your arrival in the Seychelles you will discuss the last details about Your Special Day with the Wedding Planner. Our pleasure is Your satisfaction. We will ensure a memorable, romantic and never-to-be-forgotten day. Our all-round carefree service will let you enjoy your Big Day to the fullest – without any headaches.

The Marriage is being conducted in English by the Seychelles’ Registrar in accordance with Seychelles’ Law. The wedding can be held anywhere, on the beach, at the hotel or at any other venue. You’re not obliged to visit the Civil Status office at all.

For the legal Wedding Ceremony 2 witnesses are necessary, which will be provided from our site (free of charge) should you be traveling alone.

Wedding Ceremonies are preferably to be held during weekdays as the beaches are emptier. Should you wish to get married on a weekend or public holiday an additional fee of 150 Euro applies.

Additional notes:

Swiss passport holders and residents should travel with 2 sets of Certified copies and all Original documents (applicable for both partners).

French passport holders and residents have to follow a different procedure. Please contact your local municipality or our office for further information.

Russian passport holders and residents will need a translation of the Seychelles Marriage Certificate by the Russian Embassy on Mahé (+60 Euro).


Entry Formalities in the Seychelles

There are no visa requirements to enter Seychelles – irrespective of the nationality of the visitor and the family members. You have to provide only these documents to get a visitor’s permit (free for 3 months) at the Seychelles International Airport:

  • Passport, valid at least 6 months after the estimated departure date
  • Return/ onward flight ticket
  • Proof of accommodation, e.g. hotel voucher
  • Sufficient funds for the duration of your stay