In the center of Copenhagen, a happy couple is posing for pictures. They’ve just got married in the splendid setting of the town hall behind them. Though they’re not from Denmark, their wedding was set up quickly and efficiently by Getting Married in Denmark.
Being married here has become an increasingly popular wedding choice – last year some 6,000 couples came to the country to marry. Many are multinational or same-sex couples who want to get married quickly or face terrible bureaucracy or even discrimination at home. Denmark is one of the easiest countries in the world to get married – a wedding here is recognized and legal worldwide – and it was the first country in the world to recognize same-sex unions, in 1989. Denmark is now said to be the Las Vegas of Europe for its swift and easy marriages.
The multinational couple behind company Getting Married in Denmark – Dane Rasmus and Brit Arezoo – have direct experience after organizing their own wedding in Denmark. “We learned just how important it is to have the support and inspiration to help you prepare for that special day,” says Arezoo.
Now their expanded team helps couples from all over the world, each with their own unique history and expectations, prepare and organize everything they need to have a stress- free wedding day in Denmark. The team will help deal with organizing your documents and the town hall appointment.
For couples who require swift action, Getting Married in Denmark can arrange weddings in a matter of days. Whenever you want to be married, the team will act warmly, efficiently and professionally so the process is as stress-free as possible and you can enjoy your special day.
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Arezoo & Rasmus