DANISH ISLAND WEDDINGS – fairytale weddings on Aeroe
We offer the best service in Denmark for international couples who want to get married on Aeroe. We can help whether you want a simple quick wedding without guests or fuss, or something amazing and stylish with lots of guests, or something in-between!
Why get married in Denmark with Danish Island Weddings?
- Danish Island Weddings is the best-rated wedding agency in Denmark (TrustPilot 5 star)
- Danish Island Weddings is the only agency with an office right here on Aeroe with its own hairdressers, beautician, bouquet-makers and private wedding room
- Our home island of Aeroe is the most romantic location in Denmark – and we have exclusive use of the most beautiful locations
- We can organise weddings for eloping couples or big parties, as simple or elaborate as you wish. If you have big plans see our other website https://www.danishislandweddings.com/
- Our prices are clear and upfront, and include all taxes and fees – we don’t do hidden “add-ons”
- We are also the leading experts on unusual or difficult documentation – with experience from over 2700 weddings and 177 different nationalities.
- Denmark is the easiest place in Europe to get married – and Aeroe is the most charming
- Please see our film, (below) and follow our Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook pages to view the latest weddings gallery from Denmark.
The Danish Island Weddings film
Latest News – Update 30th May 2020
- Limited border opening June 15th – but the announcement made yesterday is not very clear. They said that from June 15th “Germans, Norwegians and Icelandics” may enter Denmark to visit, if they can prove they have a 6 night stay booked, but they cannot stay in Copenhagen itself. They will be offered Covid tests at the border but these are not mandatory. So we (and Ærø Kommune) believe that our Germany-based couples can come and marry from 16th June, but need to show they are staying 6 nights. However, we want clarification in two areas – do they mean German passport holders, or German residents? And how exactly will they enforce the 6 night rule? We will post more as soon as we get clarification.
- Some more good news – the Familieretshus (which processes applications) has come up with a plan to help us. If a marriage approval expires (they are only valid 4 months) before the lockdown is over, we can simply reapply (without documentation or fees) to get the approval renewed. This means that those of you wondering whether to apply now can do so without the risk of having to go through the process again, or pay twice, if it all drags on. And those of you who already have approval and are just waiting for the restrictions to lift can relax a little bit!
- Some light relief – a lovely article about Ærø, Louise and DIW appeared in the upmarket travel online magazine Suitcase. It’s also on our Blog (on our other website).
- Having difficulty marrying as an international couple? While we all currently have more time for more reading than we really wanted, you might be interested in our thoughts on “International Marriage and Human Rights” in our Blog on our other website.