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Assuming that neither of you are resident in the Balearics (if you are see below), there are a few options; a Catholic ceremony
in a Catholic church, an Anglican church blessing or a spiritual ceremony.
Firstly, if either of you are Catholic, you may marry in one of the Catholic churches in the Balearics. We can put you in touch with the Catholic church coordinator who will book the church for you and handle the paperwork for you. You will also
need to enlist the help of your local priest who will take you through the paperwork you need to do in your home country
and a ‘preparation course’.
If neither of you are Catholic but your preference is a traditional church wedding, you could choose the Anglican church for a blessing. This ceremony produces a marriage certificate although not legally binding, so you would need to combine it with
a civil ceremony in your home country. We can put you in touch with the Anglican church coordinator over here.
The remaining option is a spiritual ceremony and this option offers you complete freedom and flexibility in terms of the
location and style of your celebration. You may also choose a celebrant (who performs the ceremony). This option also requires you
to hold a civil ceremony back at home in order to legalise your marriage.
Any Spanish residents may marry in the local Town Hall following an application to the Civil Register in Ibiza or Mallorca or,
of course, in the Catholic church if one or the other is Catholic.
A legal civil ceremony is open to same sex couples, following recent changes to legislation as of course is a spiritual blessing.