Renewal of Vows

Renewal of Vows is a wedding ceremony for the couple that wants to re-declare of wedding vows. The process is not much different than religious weddings, and there is no legal certificate.

As the ceremony is a non legal ceremony it will not interfere with those couples already undertaken a legal wedding ceremony or those couples choosing to have a legal wedding ceremony in the future.

The Renewal of Vows ceremony is officiated by a representative of the couples chosen religious ceremony type and consists of the reading of your chosen religious text (if a choice is available) with duration of approximately 15 – 30 minutes, depending on the Renewal of Vows ceremony that is chosen and its content. Upon completion of the ceremony the minister will ask the groom, bride and 2 witnesses to come forward to sign their wedding certificate and as the ceremony is a not a legal ceremony then you are more than welcome to have family members act as your witnesses.

As many couples would like to experience the culture and spirituality of a Balinese ceremony it is also possible to have your formal Renewal of Vows ceremony first and then have a balinese blessing afterwards which will provide you with some insight into the local customs and culture that many foreign couples do not get to experience.

If you are considering a Renewal of Vows ceremony then we will require your full names, a photocopy of passport.