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Having such an important and special event in your life abroad can be an adventure of a lifetime. Our team would also love to share our little secrets with you. Together  we can make your big day in Iceland as amazing as it can get.

There are probably so many questions that are probably on your mind right now…

Travel in Iceland

After arrival in Iceland it is relatively easy to go around Reykjavik using bike in the summer and/or public transportation, but we would recommend a rental car or arranged tours if you wish to go outside of the capital city.…

Travel to Iceland

It is easy to get to Iceland from either Europe or North America. There are direct flights from Minneapolis, Denver, New York, Washington DC, Boston, Toronto in Canada, Amsterdam, various cities in Germany, Copenhagen in Denmark, Stockholm, Oslo, and numerous…

Rings made in Iceland

The decision to get wed in Iceland, can be made even more memorable by getting jewelry and rings, specially made in Iceland for the occasion. There are many great jewelers in Iceland, experienced in creating classic jewelry with an unique…

Photographers

There is no shortage of photographers able and willing to shoot wedding photos in Iceland. The celebratory nature of the event and the breathtaking nature of Iceland form a wonderful opportunity for great pieces of art and memorabilia from already…

Officiants

Leaders, pastors, and priests of religious and humanist entities that are registered as such can officiate at weddings in Iceland on behalf of the state. Other officiants are district Commissioners and their legal representatives. List of Registered Religious and Humanist Entities…

Northern Lights – Aurora Borealis

The Northern Lights a spectacular display of dancing colorful light in the sky, can be seen in Iceland from late September until beginning of March. The magnitude of the lights is based on solar winds which affects the magnetosphere and…

Music

Icelandic musicians are well known, mostly perhaps for alternative rock music, but Icelandic music is not only about Sigurrós and Björk. Our Icelandic Symphony has gathered praise worldwide, our youth choirs are outstanding, and the music scene covers everything from superb…

Venues and Locations

There are no laws regarding wedding locations and venues in Iceland. Though most weddings take place in a house of worship or at a legal office, we can help couples to find a venue that represent their hopes and dreams…

Is it Legal?

Marriages in Iceland are considered a binding legal contract between two consenting individuals 18 years of age or older. The individuals may not be already married. Before a marriage can take place in Iceland, partners must provide documents proofing there are…

Can we drink the water from the tap?

Cold tap water in Iceland is both pure and clean. It is sourced from the same springs as Icelandic bottled water sold in stores in Iceland and abroad. It is perfectly safe to drink. In Iceland the hot and cold…

Wine ‘n Dine

The local fare in Iceland is based mostly on lamb and fish. Many restaurants offer vegetarian options, though they might not always be locally grown. The restaurant scene is diverse and everyone can surely find something that fits their taste,…

Accommodations

Nothing is inexpensive when traveling in Iceland, but it will definitely be worth it. In Reykjavik, you can find anything from luxury hotels to cozy campsites. The AirBnB scene is fairly advanced. However, due to a recent increase in tourism, not…

Reception

People in Iceland know how to throw a good party. Whether you like to have a rock cover band, an orchestra or a good 80’s DJ in your reception, it can be found in Iceland. Many churches, restaurants, and non-profits…

Daylight Hours

Even though the sun sets for an hour or two in the southern part of Iceland during the summer, the radiance of the sun just below the horizon keeps it bright outside. On the Artic Circle in the north the…

Horseback Riding

The Icelandic horse is a small, almost pony-sized breed, that came to the island with Norse settlers in the 9th and 10th centuries. The horses are known to be hardy and have a double coat. The Icelandic horse has five…

The State Church

In the Icelandic Constitution it is clearly stated that The Evangelical Lutheran Church is the State Church in Iceland and, as such, it shall be supported and protected by the State. The Evangelical Lutheran Church is in general a liberal…

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