Some questions you may have about your Marrakech wedding ceremony…
Yes. I will provide this once you have decided you want to book me to officiate at your wedding ceremony.
We are planning to have our wedding ceremony somewhere else in Morocco – maybe in the Atlas Mountains or on the beach near Agadir – is it possible?
Yes! I’m based in Marrakech but am happy to travel anywhere in Morocco to perform your ceremony. You will just need to cover the cost of my travel from Marrakech.
Only if you tell them.
Having a wedding in Marrakech is already something unusual, but the format of the ceremony closely follows that of a regular wedding ceremony so you and all your guests will definitely feel they are at a real wedding.
Yes. Personal vows are often the highlight of a wedding ceremony as they are declarations of love, made in public!
Yes. I recommend them! One or two, usually a maximum of three, is a great way to involve your close friends and family in your wedding ceremony.
Yes, you’ll need to arrange this, but absolutely, you can have musicians and/or a singer perform during the ceremony.
There are many stunning locations for a memorable wedding ceremony in Marrakech. If you’re working with a wedding planner in Marrakech (I heartily recommend it) they will be happy to discuss your budget and show you all the options.
No it is not – you will need to take care of the legal part beforehand in your home country.
I have officiated at over 50 weddings and several vow renewal ceremonies in the eight years since 2011, the majority at gorgeous locations such as Kasbah Bab Ourika, La Mamounia, Beldi Country Club, La Pause, Jnane Tamsna, Hotel Selman, Royal Palm, Palais Paysan, Riad El Fenn and Dar Zaman.
I’m Peter Mercer, I’m a wedding celebrant based in Marrakech, and I created MarryKech! Wedding. I have over eight years experience conducting weddings and vow renewal ceremonies in Marrakech and nearby regions. I’m professional, enthusiastic and able to conduct a fantastic, bespoke, memorable ceremony for you.
A wedding celebrant is someone who officiates at a marriage ceremony. Also known as a wedding officiant.