Getting Married in Paphos in 2014
You have attended several weddings of friends and relatives and had your own dream of orchestrating a wedding, right? You wouldn’t want your wedding to be stereotyped wedding, would you? So how do you make it special? By getting wed in a special destination, right? And that is why you should get married in Paphos. Weddings in Paphos 2014 are getting popular by the day. Here are some reasons why:
- It is a romantic and exotic destination
- You can enjoy stunning views of the sun, the Troodos mountains and the Mediterranean sea
- Miles of beaches
- Getting married abroad is the in thing now
The main challenge is to choose a venue for your wedding and reception. Of course, you have plenty of options and maybe that’s what makes it all the more special. You have resorts, the beaches, hotels and villas in Paphos – where do you want get wed? On the other hand, you don’t want to have a tailor-made wedding, do you? Where everything is dictated and you know what is going to happen next. That takes the fun out
of it. Spontaneous weddings are just great because there is that element of surprise.
Planning a wedding and executing it of course, is a reflection of your likes and dislikes and even your personality. You can make your wedding a simple affair or an extravagant event, it is your call, but to make it memorable is a different matter altogether.
How to plan for weddings in Paphos 2014
Once you have decided to get married in Paphos, you can get in touch with your travel agent. He will help
you with the rest of the affairs. There are mainly two churches where weddings are held in Paphos. One is the St. Paul’s church and the other is St. George’s chapel. You can choose either of the two and then move on to a venue of your choice to enjoy a reception.
Planning a wedding in Paphos will not deplete the funds you have put aside for your wedding. In fact, it is much cheaper than having a wedding in your hometown. The documents legalising the wedding are prepared in English, so you don’t have to get them translated at a later time. However, you need to bring in some documents so you can legalize your wedding without any hassles. You need to carry your passport, birth certificate, death certificate and marriage certificate, in case you are widowed and all these should be stamped and signed by your solicitor.