Destination weddings in Norway



Norway's capital city has a beautiful location, placed right between the forests and the fjord, and gives the perfect combination of city life and the great outdoors. Because of this it is also ideal for both summer and winter weddings. In the city you will also find a good mix of both traditional and modern venues for your ceremony and/or dinner.

For your wedding ceremony you can choose between several romantic locations:
modern restaurants
beautiful parks
rustic and traditional venues
mansions or luxury hotels
by the fjord / sea
We will help you find your perfect venue, based on your wishes, budget and number of guests. We help you with all details you need on your event. img 1134s

Type of ceremony:
For a legal wedding ceremony you have two options. A civil ceremony, or a protestant church wedding.The civil ceremony is non-religious, and can take place in a town hall, or outdoors or in a selected venue.

The religious ceremony has to take place in a church. 

Symbolic ceremony/blessing:
Some couples choose to get legally wed in their home countries, and then hold the official symbolic ceremony in Norway. 
This makes the ceremony more flexible as it can be held in any location/venue, and can me personalized as you wish. You will also save time and money as you will not need any paperwork to be legalized in Norway. If you want the symbolic ceremony to take place in a church, you will need to bring (or send over) your wedding certificate as proof that you are legally wed before the symbolic ceremony can be held.
We can also help you with a non-religious ceremony, and we can arrange this outdoors or in your venue if you prefer that. If you choose this solution, you don't have to show your wedding certificate. 

For any civil or religious ceremony, all paperwork has to be approved and legalized by Norwegian authorities. Please note that it could take up to 2 month for the paperwork to be approved here in Norway.

Number one: Picture by Brudepikene