Caribbean Wedding guide to getting married in St Kitts & Nevis
You must be on the Island for two days to obtain a marriage license, and you will have to produce a birth certificate or passport.
If either party was previously married, proof of divorce or the death certificate of the deceased spouse is required.
If a Catholic priest is to perform the ceremony, the couple must present a letter from their priest at home. The letter should state that the couple is known to the priest. It must further state that the priest knows the couple to be unmarried.
Likewise, if an Anglican vicar or minister of any other denomination is to perform the ceremony, a letter from the couple's vicar or minister is required stating that they are known to the vicar or minister and confirming they are unmarried.
The Ordinary marriage license costs (check current)
The Special Marriage
licence costs (check current)
The marriage licence:
For a Special licence,
one of you has to be resident in St. Kitts or Nevis for two working days
prior to the date of your wedding. Application forms for the licence must
be obtained from the legal department on the islands. Payment is
made in the form of stamp duty and the stamps may be purchased at Post
Office Bay Road, Basseterre, St, Kitts and Post Office Main Street,
|The above pictures are from a wedding video we filmed at Rawlings Plantation St. Kitts|
UK further information
St.Kitts and Nevis Tourist Office
10 Kensington Court
Tel: 020-7376 0881
Fax: 020-7937 7642