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Wedding packages made for the Bahrain Residents

Our wedding packages are made for people living in Bahrain. As you imagine, living in the GCC requires a few adaptations for expats.  Laws & regulations are very unique. In addition, religions & nationalities can quickly become a challenge & the bureaucracy can turn it into an impossible one. Our company started to solve our own problems. We had to find the best way to live legally while holding different passports. Finding a solution was not easy. Fortunately, we did it! This is why we are now helping dozens of people every month to find the best solutions to their problems.


Paperwork weddings

Our paperwork wedding packages are built for couples residing in Bahrain and planning to live together legally.  You may be looking for this option when you are planning to:

  • Live together as a couple
  • Sponsor your partner
  • Have a baby
  • Apply for new visas

If you are still not sure, please book a call with our legal consultants.

Dream Weddings

A few hours away from Bahrain; countries such as Georgia, Seychelles, Malta & the UAE offers incredible opportunities for organizing your wedding. Our professional wedding planners can help you to have a gorgeous wedding at any location:

  • Seaside
  • Old towns & monasteries
  • Mountains 
  • Outdoors

Book a call with our wedding planners and let’s make your dream wedding come true.

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Most common Wedding questions
What must Bahrain couples know about the mass wedding UAE

The UAE government aims to encourage Emirati citizens to start their family life now by alleviating the burden of hosting a big wedding. In an effort to help young couples start their journey without breaking the bank, the Ministry Of Community Development announced a mass wedding for UAE citizens. UAE culture and traditions have been revived by mass weddings in recent years.

Can Bahrain couples register for mass weddings in the UAE?

The lucrative way to plan a mass wedding is not for the Bahrain couples or expats who do not belong to the roots of UAE. For those, they can be tightening their matrimonial strings with their lovey-doveys may follow the Bahrain rules or choose various other ways. All depends on the expenses they can spend on it.

Typing up the knot in Bahrain, a couple should dictate the following requirements:

  • A certificate of medical examination from an accredited hospital within the Kingdom of Bahrain.
  • Both individuals’ passports.
  • Both individuals’ identification cards.
  • Establishing the agreed dowry “based on the husband”.
  • Provide evidence of current or previous social status by presenting marriage certificates or divorce concerning both parties.
  • Employees in the security field must have a letter of approval from their employer.

Final thoughts on the mass wedding in the UAE

Mass weddings in the UAE are the most glorious way for its citizens to get married lavishly on your budget. The UAE government is a major helping hand for their young couples so that they can fully be into the happiest moments of life without any hassle. Since this is not applicable for those who are out of the UAE nationals league whether they are from Bahrain or expats can have other cost-effective and fast routes to follow. Choosing Georgia, Seychelles or conducting online marriage is the ideal solution of all.

Keen to know more abut the best choices for to marry as an expat living in Bahrain. Book a call with the team to know more.

Requirements to get a newborn birth certificate in UAE as a Bahrain parents

The UAE has been revising its laws in order to portray itself as a modernizing force in a traditionally conservative region. With foreigners accounting for 90 percent of the country’s population of nearly ten million people.

According to WAM “contributes to Abu Dhabi’s standing as a global leading destination for skills and experience from throughout the world.”

Newborn birth certificate

  1. Birth certificates are attested by the Department of Health Abu Dhabi or Dubai Health Authority or Emirates Health Services. Are equivalent to those of the Ministry of Health and Prevention.
  2. The birth certificate must be certified by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs. And the embassy of the country in which the birth certificate will be used.
  3. In the case of birth inside the UAE while the father is outside the country. The following additional documents must be submitted:
    • Attested marriage certificate.
    • Declaration from the wife stating the continuity of the marriage.
    • Attested copy of the husband’s passport or a letter from the embassy indicating the father’s nationality or a statement from the husband confirming the child’s paternity. Attested by his country’s embassy and the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


Previously, birth certificates were issued at specific offices located throughout Abu Dhabi’s healthcare facilities.

It was necessary for parents or legal guardians to be present in order to process all of the necessary documents. However, the new digital birth certificate process is about to change that.



Obtaining a birth certificate online, like online marriages, may present some difficulties, particularly if the couples are not married. As a result, it is always advisable to consult with experts before beginning the application process.

Share this information with someone who’d be thrilled to hear this news about acquiring a birth certificate online in Abu Dhabi.

Saudi joins the HCCH Apostille convention – Meaning for expats in Bahrain

Bahrain and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are GCC countries within close range. Citizens and expats in these nations often want to know the trends around them. A new development in Saudi Arabia has prompted a change in the way that legal documents are handled.

In April this year, Saudi Arabia made a significant move by joining the Apostille convention in the Netherlands. Bahrain entered this convention in 2013. This article will discuss what this development means for expat couples.

Significance of the new Saudi Agreement

When it became a signatory to the Convention of 5 October 1961, Saudi Arabia was in effect saying that it will no longer request validation for certificates and documents with the Apostille sign. Over the past years, Saudi Arabia had made it a standard for couples to pay some legal fees to have their foreign documents revalidated.

With the new law, documents will be accepted so long as they have the apostille stamp. This will hasten the time that people spend at the embassies.

Concluding on the current Saudi HCCH Apostille Convention

The new agreement still has some months to go before it takes full effect. While we wait for that time, we can reflect on the many benefits that people can gain from this mode of verifying documents. The speed at which documents are released will become improved. People will also save on the legalization fees.

Since Bahrain is a part of the Apostille nation, there are many positive prospects for couples and expats in the country. We will wait to see what those are.

Please note that we do not have a lot of information on what this means for couples who marry in Apostille countries outside of Saudi Arabia. However, if new and vital information arises, we will keep you posted.

Pregnancy before marriage in Bahrain

Islam is the main religion, and the locals are known for being friendly to visitors and tolerant towards the practice of other faiths in their country. They support intermarriages too. Their culture and values are designed to ensure that everyone is respectful of each other regardless of their faith and nationality. Bahrain is a beautiful place to be. However, there are strict rules and regulations guiding marriage, pregnancy, and cohabitating outside marriage. These are some of the hitches that foreigners face.

Read on however to know how to handle pregnancy before marriage in Bahrain.

Abortion in Bahrain is illegal (except) for the following strict reasons:

  • When a mother or fetus’ life is at risk,
  • When her physical or mental health is at stake due to economic or social reasons,
  • Because of rape or incest,
  • When it is authorized by doctors.

Are you pregnant and not married in Bahrain?

This might pose a problem for you, your spouse, and your unborn child as Bahrain’s law does not support sexual relationships outside marriage. Even cohabitating outside marriage is illegal. Therefore, pregnancy outside marriage may attract Punishments. Also, registering the birth of your child may prove difficult.

Solutions to pregnancy before marriage in Bahrain

Of course there are solutions to all of these. If you are unmarried and pregnant in Bahrain, the best way out is an online wedding or a destination wedding. Some easy and nice places to have a destination wedding are Georgia and Seychelles.

Conclusively, whether you want to have an online wedding or a destination wedding either in Georgia or Seychelles, we will follow you in the process. You are sure to get your legal marriage license just within a few days. This marriage license is acceptable all over the world. However, do not forget that without your marriage license, you can’t get birth certificate and health insurance for your child in Bahrain.

If anyone close to you is in this category, kindly share this valuable information with them for the best solution.

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