Morocco Wedding Guide

How to plan your Morocco Wedding

Everything you need to know to get married in Morocco

Planning your magical Morocco Destination Wedding

"Marhaba to the land of vibrant colors and timeless beauty!"

Morocco, with its rich cultural tapestry and mesmerizing landscapes, offers an enchanting backdrop for couples seeking a truly unforgettable destination wedding experience. From the labyrinthine streets of Marrakech to the golden dunes of the Sahara Desert, this North African gem beckons with its allure and romance.

Capturing the Magic Through Photography

As destination wedding photographers, we understand the importance of capturing the essence and beauty of your special day. Morocco's diverse landscapes, from bustling medinas to serene desert oases, provide an exquisite backdrop for timeless wedding photos that will be cherished for a lifetime. Whether exchanging vows under the starlit sky of the Sahara or amid the opulent architecture of a Moroccan riad, trust us to immortalize every moment of your Moroccan destination wedding in stunning detail.

Morocco Wedding Guide
Morocco Wedding Guide

What do you need to get married in Morocco

The first thing that you will want to think about when you are planning your wedding in Morocco is whether you want it to be small or large.

Make sure that you have all of the necessary documents. These include passports, birth certificates, marriage licenses, etc. You will also need to make sure that your passport is valid for at least six months past your planned wedding date.

If you're thinking about having a wedding in Morocco, book early. You'll need to make sure you have enough time to travel to the location, find accommodations, and finalize everything before your big day.

Finally, you will want to find a good wedding planner who will be able to give you advice regarding everything that you need to do prior to your trip and to arrange every detail of your wedding day on-site helping you to find the right venue that perfectly suits your needs. When you are planning your wedding overseas, there are certain things that you will need to keep in mind.

Best time of the year

Morocco Wedding Guide - Best time of the year

When it comes to choosing the perfect time for your Moroccan wedding, consider the summer months from May through September as your prime window. During this period, temperatures soar, offering ideal conditions for an outdoor celebration amidst the country's stunning landscapes. Moreover, with fewer tourists flocking to Morocco during the summer, you'll have more privacy and exclusivity for your special day.

However, if you opt for a winter or spring wedding, be mindful of potential weather challenges. While Morocco boasts relatively mild winters, with average temperatures hovering around 72 degrees Fahrenheit (22 degrees Celsius) between November and March, there's a higher likelihood of rainfall. On average, rainfall amounts to 4.5 inches (11.4 centimeters) per month during this period, which could impact outdoor ceremonies and festivities.

Ultimately, the choice of your wedding date depends on your preferences and priorities. Whether you're drawn to the balmy summer sun or the cooler, quieter ambiance of winter, plan accordingly to ensure a memorable and magical Moroccan wedding experience for you and your beloved.

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How much does it cost to get married in Morocco?

One of the most asked questions by couples that are planning their Wedding in Morocco is the costs!

There really is no honest answer to that as it also depends on what your Wedding should look like!
The right question should be how much you really want to spend to make your Wedding unforgettable.

No matter what your answer is, you can make your Wedding special.

Do you have questions about the costs for Wedding photography?

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