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Denmark for a Summer Wedding - (June, July, August)
So you are thinking about marrying in Denmark - thats great and good choice of locations! But want to see what each season has on offer so you can choose "When to get married in Denmark"? To choose the best time for your wedding in Denmark? Then read on!
It is a common question and worry "will we need witnesses and do we need to provide them?" So we thought we would answer that question for you!
The situation for countries is changing rapidly, and we will try to update you as much as possible on the situation for getting married in Gibraltar in relation to delays with the Coronavirus lockdown.
We at Marry Abroad Simply, simply love dogs.. and we are sure that there are a lot of couples out there that love dogs too.  And those couples that want to get married in Denmark and have never even thought that they can take their dogs with them, well you can! Making Getting Married in Denmark for Dog owners a great option!
Despite the websites, social media feeds, newspapers and TV channels being awash with Coronavirus COVID 19 horror stories, we need to remember there is always light at the end of tunnel - positivity needs to be made louder news than the negative for everyones sanity and self protection as much as hand washing!
During the Coronavirus Covid 19 lockdown, when people marrying are feeling a little disheartened, we thought we would provide some light relief to make everyone smile! Danish Wedding traditions if you marry in Denmark which on will you adopt?
The last few days have been extremely difficult for a lot of people and with no end in sight there are couples that may have given up their dream of a Springtime Danish wedding. But do not lose hope! Once the borders and Town Halls are re-open Denmark is still the fastest place to marry in the world!
As of March 12th the Danish Government have announced that due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic all schools, creche's, Universities and town halls are closed until the 13th pf April (at time of writing). What does this mean for you if you have a wedding booked in Denmark? How do you go about changing the date or putting your ceremony on hold? Read on - we can help!
If you are looking at Getting married in Denmark and live in Germany then Aabenraa is really a great location for a ceremony close to the German boarder, where you can have a ceremony really quickly after approval from the Danish Authorities.