Thanks to year-round sunshine, balmy temperatures, and some of the most beautiful beachfront settings in the world, Belize is one of the most popular destinations for weddings. Whether you’ve dreamed of a small, intimate ceremony or a lavish event for all of your friends and family, getting married in Belize will be an unforgettable event.
The good news is that it’s very easy for you to get married in Belize, even if neither spouse is a citizen of Belize. The laws of Belize only stipulate that both members of the wedding party be in the country to file for their marriage license three days before the ceremony. Aside from any needed divorce or widow(er) papers, the law does not require any blood or other kind of tests. All you’ll need is to be over 18 (unless you have consent from a parent), have at least two witnesses (a minimum of one of each gender) present, and a Belizean Justice of the Peace to preside over the ceremony.
Laru Beya beach resort, located on the beautiful Placencia Peninsula in southeastern Belize, offers couples a full range of wedding services. Laru Beya can help in arranging the wedding license, Justice of the Peace, and providing the required witnesses as well as a full range of concierge services, including the flowers, catering, music, decoration, photos, video, cake, bouquet, and reception. With years of experience in designing unforgettable beachfront weddings, Laru Beya will work with you to ensure that your special day goes off without a hitch.
Laru Beya resort is an intimate getaway resort located right on the beach. Before or after the wedding, couples and their invitees can enjoy a wide range of activities, including sunrise and sunset cruises, fishing, scuba diving, and snorkeling on the UNESCO World Heritage islands of the Belize Barrier Reef. Home to seven marine parks, the Belize Barrier Reef is one of the most eco-diverse habitats in the world’s oceans.
All of the top destinations on the mainland are just a short distance from Laru Beya as well. Visitors can enjoy hiking through the trackless wilderness of the Cockscomb Basin Nature Reserve (home to Central America’s last remaining jaguars), a boat safari up the well-named Monkey River, horseback riding through the rainforest, zip lining through the jungle canopy, cave tubing (floating on an innertube on subterranean rivers), and exploring ancient Maya pyramids, temples, and astronomical observatories.
To enjoy a truly unforgettable beach wedding this summer, contact Laru Beya resort today.