Denmark is one of the countries that believe in the fact that love should be shared and celebrated, regardless of gender. Same sex wedding was legalized in Denmark in 1989 and since then it has become one of the easiest places in the world for LGBT couples of all nationalities to get married in Denmark. Denmark is one of the best destinations in the world for LGBT weddings and is well known for its warm, welcoming, and receptive attitude.
People from any country and of any gender can come and easily get married in Denmark. Couples may consider getting married in Denmark for a variety of reasons. They may have faced lengthy administrative procedures in their country of residence. Maybe some couples want to have an elopement wedding in an exotic location and they want to get the legal wedding certificate done quickly and easily. Some couples may wish to organize a low-key wedding. Overall, the documentation required to get married in Denmark is straightforward, the process is quick, and Denmark is a great place to visit. Many international couples get married in Elsinore and other Danish municipalities. Denmark has continuously been ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world and is also the topmost LGBT wedding-friendly country on the planet.
The country embraces all forms of love and has become synonymous with the acceptance and release of same sex marriage. Same sex marriage is as popular and common in Denmark. Denmark was the first country in the world to grant legal recognition of relationships in 1989, and this was replaced by the Same Sex Marriage Act on June 15, 2012.
Marriage certificates issued in Denmark are legally recognized worldwide as a legal marriage certificate, and you receive 2 copies immediately after your marriage. These marriage certificates are international and are in English, Danish, Spanish, French, and German language.
Elsinore has now been recognized worldwide as one of the most LGBT couple-friendly cities. This makes it an incredibly perfect and natural choice for all same sex couples in the LGBTQ community, especially if they live in countries that do not accept same sex marriages. You will no longer be asked to provide civil status documents, birth certificates, or proof of being registered as living together, as this is accepted in countries where same sex marriages are not legal. The city is also full of LGBT-friendly cafes, bars, and nightclubs. Also, Denmark has many LGBTQ student organizations, such as BLUS and ANSO, which students while studying abroad can join. People from all over the world come to get married in Denmark and hold a cosy ceremony where everyone is welcome, no one is judged, and everyone is accepted and celebrated.
If you are an LGBT couple and want to get married in Denmark, then we can arrange your destination wedding at one of the most romantic places. Contact us for more details.