Getting Married around the World

Married around the world

Getting married in Mexico

Morgana and I plan to get married in 100 countries around the world. The reason for this is simple. Love and travel are two of our favorite things. By combining the two we unite the best of our worlds. Yes, at least, 100 weddings!

The Next Ten Countries We Will Get Married

In September we will be traveling for a month in the Adriatic and including: Italy, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovenia. However, we will likely also get married in San Marino, Vatican City, and the Republic of Srpska.

What Defines a Country for Marriage?

Srpska? Is this a real place?

Yes, the Republic of Srpska is a real place, and we will likely be married in Trebinje, about 45 minutes from Dubrovnik, Croatia. To add upon this we want to honor that some countries have sections that are unique and quite different from the rest of their country. As an example, The Republic of Srpska is part of Bosnia-Herzegovina, and it has its own government and ethnic identity. Its borders are marbled throughout the entire country of Bosnia-Herzegovina.  We will marry in Mostar (a Bosnian city) and also get married in a Srpka-governed portion of Sarajevo. Even though this is technically one country, we will count them as two. Not that it really matters!

100 Weddings, So Far

Yes, we are aware that we are just getting started. Check back often to see where we will be married next!

1. Los Angeles, CA USA — May 23, 2014

2. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico — June 5, 2014

3. Dubrovnik, Croatia — September 14, 2014 (Croatia marriage rules)

4. Kotor, Montenegro — September 15, 2014

5. Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina — September 18, 2014 (Bosnia marriage rules)

6. The mountains above Sarajevo, Republic of Srpska — September 22, 2014 (Srpska marriage rules)

7. Belgrade, Serbia — September 26, 2014

8. Belgrade, Serbia — September 26, 2014

9. Bled, Slovenia — September 29, 2014

10. San Marino, San Marino — October 4, 2014

11. Rome, Italy — October 5, 2014

12. Vatican City — October 5, 2014

13. Gesi, Turkey — February 12, 2015

14 Norwalk, CA — May 27, 2015

15. Villa Del Palmar, Loreto, Mexico — June 17, 2015

16. Wizards Academy, Austin, TX — October 6, 2015

17. Sri Rahti, Penestanan, Bali, Indonesia — May 8, 2016

18. Toronto, Canada — August 10, 2016

19. San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico — June 15, 2017

20. Colima, Mexico — November 18, 2017

21 Sedona, Arizona — November 10, 2018

22. Paris, France — September 26, 2019

23. Brussels, Belgium — September 29, 2019

24. Madrid, Spain — October 11, 2019

25. Lisbon, Portugal — October 17, 2019

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