For Jewish ceremonies, a marriage license will need to be arranged in your country of residence and a kettubah will need to be procured beforehand from your Rabbi.
The city is an important cultural centre and is architecturally beautiful, famous for its high concentration of Gothic buildings and Gaudi creations.There are so many things to do here, but we’ll talk more about them at the end.It is surrounded by vineyards, with part of the house dating back to the 11th century.A spectacular venue, it’s an all rounder with charm to spare. ≤ An amazing view from this venue only 15 minutes from the city.La Baronia is an exclusive use wedding venue and can hold up to 400, with custom menus starting at €70 per head.
Lovely nocturnal lighting in the outdoor gardens and around the pool. About 20 minutes form Barcelona centre, Masia Ribas is a Baroque family home which has been in the same family for eight generations.If neither of the couple is a Spanish resident, it would be better to arrange the legal ceremony beforehand in your country of residence.This will leave you free to have an exchange of vows in a range of locations when you reach Barcelona.Wikimedia We have looked at four types of venues- exclusive use villas, hotels, other unusual venues such as museums, and finally some recommended restaurants.If the legal ceremony has already been performed in your home country, it is usually possible to have your exchange of vows as well as your reception in these.This week I am in Barcelona at Bridal Fashion Week and let’s just say, I’m having the best time.