How to Get Married in Another Country. A popular trend today among engaged couples is getting married abroad. You can exchange vows in a romantic setting and explore new ground together.
Decide what country you want to be married in.
Contact the U.S. embassy or consulate of that country to find out about marriage requirements.
Remember to bring your passports and birth certificates with you when you travel.
Be prepared to have your documents translated into that country's native language if so required prior to applying for your license.
Plan ahead, since some countries require a minimum residency of anywhere from one to seven days before you quality for a license there.
Understand that you may need to file an affidavit of your eligibility to marry with the U.S. embassy located in that country. If either of you has been married before, bring any divorce or death certificates with you to prove that your prior marriage has ended.
Find out in advance if the country requires blood tests.
Do a search online for wedding vendors in the selected country to help you arrange any special details, such as flowers or a photographer, in advance.
Ask your hotel for recommendations of local vendors, and see if they can help you make the arrangements.