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Getting married in Aruba is the ideal way to unite two happy hearts.

Whether you dream of finding a small and intimate spot, or want to exchange vows outside, with our sparkling blue sea as your witness, there are Aruba wedding venues—and on-island wedding planners—perfect for you.

Aruba weddings are easy. Explore our Aruba wedding packages to build the Aruba destination wedding you’ve always dreamed of. Or view Aruba’s luxury resorts, including our many all-inclusive options, to find the perfect spot to begin your happy lives together.

Romance

Are you dreaming of a wedding set against a backdrop of pristine white sandy beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and a warm, tropical breeze?

Why Aruba?

Getting married in Aruba is the ideal way to unite two happy hearts. Whether you dream of finding a small and intimate spot, or want to exchange vows outside, with our sparkling blue sea as your witness, there are Aruba wedding venues—and on-island wedding planners—perfect for you.

Aruba weddings are easy. Explore our Aruba wedding packages to build the Aruba destination wedding you’ve always dreamed of. Or view Aruba’s luxury resorts, including our many all-inclusive options, to find the perfect spot to begin your happy lives together.

So Many Ways to Make It Yours
Aruba hosts all-inclusive resorts, private villas, and adults-only options as well as a range of cuisine, outdoor activities and, of course, our famous crystal-clear waters and white sandy beaches. Create your special day exactly how you want it.

Welcome To All
The island is one of the most welcoming LGBTQ+ friendly destinations in the Caribbean. All couples can celebrate their love in Aruba with a wedding celebration or a honeymoon.

Countless reasons to get married in Aruba

So many picture-perfect wedding backdrop options for your Big Day!
Exchange vows with your toes in the sand, say "I do" inside a chapel on a hilltop, share a first dance swaying palms of a seaside resort...
With Aruba’s consistent balmy weather and caressing trade winds, this means less chance of needing a backup venue location due to bad weather or humidity.

Aruba offers customized and personalized Weddings by wedding planners and resorts, and the wedding laws in Aruba make it a breeze.
Unlike sterotype wedding packages found in other Caribbean locations, the majority of Aruba's hotels and resorts, typically have only one wedding a day at most resorts.

This means that with an Aruba Wedding all eyes are you, the happy couple!

How to plan your wedding

Did you know that you can easily have a stress free Aruba Wedding? Let your travel agent make all the travel plans and have a wedding planner and your resort take care of all the logistics in Aruba.

Local wedding planner Lissy Lampe in front of town hall with flowers

Wedding Planners

Certified and attentive hotel and independent wedding planners are available to help plan every detail of your personalised dream destination wedding.

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Wedding setup on the beach.

Wedding Venues

In Aruba, the entire island is your wedding backdrop. Opt for a barefoot sunset beach ceremony, or be adventurous and discover the islands hidden gems.

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Get Inspired

Unique ideas to make your dream wedding memorable.

Local Touch: Coconuts at your Aruba beach wedding!

A delicious (and healthy) local drink that will add refreshing authenticity to your island wedding is coconut water.

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Making Memories Together

Aruba offers unending opportunities for excursions and experiences that are perfect for couples to enjoy together.

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Taking on the “Trash the Dress” Trend in Aruba

Trash it or treasure it? Post-wedding shoots are more popular than ever.

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No Sunburns on your Big Day!

For so many of us, getting married on an island is the ideal destination wedding.

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Wedding Vendors

Let these passionate local professional help you make it an Aruba Wedding.

This lavish residence was first built in 1922 by Dr. Eloy Arends, a prominent Aruban physician. It remained in the hands of the Arends family until the mid-1980s when it was sold to the state. This Residence was later restored and combined with the Hotel Colombia building into a new Aruba town hall complex, and currently houses a city hall and function spaces for the performance of civil marriage ceremonies on Aruba

Wedding requirements

Going for beach blessings, a religious ceremony or a civil weddings? These are the things you should know.

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This lavish residence was first built in 1922 by Dr. Eloy Arends, a prominent Aruban physician. It remained in the hands of the Arends family until the mid-1980s when it was sold to the state. This Residence was later restored and combined with the Hotel Colombia building into a new Aruba town hall complex, and currently houses a city hall and function spaces for the performance of civil marriage ceremonies on Aruba

Wedding requirements

Going for beach blessings, a religious ceremony or a civil weddings? These are the things you should know.

Learn more
This lavish residence was first built in 1922 by Dr. Eloy Arends, a prominent Aruban physician. It remained in the hands of the Arends family until the mid-1980s when it was sold to the state. This Residence was later restored and combined with the Hotel Colombia building into a new Aruba town hall complex, and currently houses a city hall and function spaces for the performance of civil marriage ceremonies on Aruba

Wedding requirements

Going for beach blessings, a religious ceremony or a civil weddings? These are the things you should know.

Learn more
This lavish residence was first built in 1922 by Dr. Eloy Arends, a prominent Aruban physician. It remained in the hands of the Arends family until the mid-1980s when it was sold to the state. This Residence was later restored and combined with the Hotel Colombia building into a new Aruba town hall complex, and currently houses a city hall and function spaces for the performance of civil marriage ceremonies on Aruba

Wedding requirements

Going for beach blessings, a religious ceremony or a civil weddings? These are the things you should know.

Learn more

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