Wedding packages made for the GCC Residents

Our wedding packages are made for the GCC residents. Living in the GCC requires a few adaptations for expats.  Laws & regulations are very unique. In addition, religions & nationalities can quickly become a challenge & the bureaucracy can turnes it into an impossible one. Our company started to solve our own problems. We had to find the best way to live legally while holding different passports. Finding a solution was not easy. Fortunally, we did it! This why, we are now helping dozens of people every month to find the best solutions to their problems.

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Paperwork weddings

Our paperwork wedding packages are built for couples residing in the GCC and planning to live together legally.  You may be looking for this option when you are planning to:

  • Live together as a couple
  • Sponsor your partner
  • Have a baby
  • Apply for new visas

If you are still not sure, please book a call with our legal consultants.

Dream Weddings

A few hours away from Dubai, Georgia offers you one of the most incredible solutions for organizing your wedding. Our professional wedding planners can help you to have a gorgeous wedding at any location:

  • Seaside
  • Old towns & monasteries
  • Mountains 
  • Outdoors

Book a call with our wedding planners and let’s make your dream wedding come true.

Not sure yet? We are here for you.

Most common Wedding questions
Is it easy for an expat to get married in Abu Dhabi Vs Georgia

Both residents and expats can get married in the Abu Dhabi and in the rest of the UAE. However; it is important to note that UAE follows the Sharia law. While the law allows a Muslim man to marry a non-Muslim woman, a Muslim woman must produce proof of her husband’s Islam conversion. In this article we discuss if it is easy for an expat marriage in Abu Dhabi Vs if he/she were to choose to get married in Georgia. Documents needed for Muslim expats marriage in Abu Dhabi The most essential legal requirements for Muslim weddings are as follows: A marriage contract must be registered with a Sharia court in the UAE.The legal age to marry is 18 years; otherwise, the marriage must be approved by a judge.If one spouse’s age is more than twice that of the other, the marriage must be approved by the judge.A premarital screening certificate is necessary.Both the partners should be present on the day of the wedding.Two male Muslim witnesses, as well as the bride’s father or his prox…

How to dress for an outdoor winter wedding

There is no doubt that Georgia will be freezing in the winter. Tbilisi, the capital city on the other hand, rarely falls below zero degrees (Celsius). The average December temperature of 5 degrees, and snowfall is regular is other parts of the mountain areas which are very common as a wedding destination such as Kazbegi and Gudauri. With the winter wedding season quickly approaching, we thought we’d provide some tips on how to dress for an outdoor winter wedding. One of the most difficult aspects of attending a winter outdoor wedding is maintaining a smart appearance while being comfortable. Dressing tips for an outdoor winter wedding Clothes for your winter wedding Wear extra layers and think about investing in a good multi-purpose insulated jacket that you can use on other days as well.When shopping for dresses, seek for styles that wrap you up a little more, such as long – sleeved, floor length, and numerous layers of fabric, which will make you feel comfortable whil…

How illegal is pregnancy out of Wedlock in UAE in 2021?

With the new UAE laws; if you get pregnant outside a wedlock it is now not a punishable offense. Dubai is known to be a pot culture and a home to many expats around the world. However the laws are the same if you are a tourist visiting the country or a long term expat living and working in the UAE.  Not too long ago, if you lived in Dubai and invited your girlfriend or boyfriend to come live with you; this was considered to be a punishable offence for which one could face a heavy penalty or even be jailed.  In a country where the laws are this strict; many unmarried women face a daunting experience of unexpected pregnancy. But with the unprecedented, the travel solutions were not that easy either.  Cohabitation of unmarried couples was recently decriminalised in the UAE.Khaleejtimes.com 12/2020 WHAT DOES THE UAE LAW SAY ABOUT THE PREGNANCY OUT OF WEDLOCK? Many expats were worried because even with the new laws; article 356 of the UAE Penal Code state…

Who needs a wedding certificate in GCC?

Whenever you live together as a couple in any of the GCC countries (UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, KSA) by law you need to be married. If you want to live with your partner, if you want to have a child, you will be requested to get a wedding certificate.

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