If you are looking at getting married in Denmark quickly, the best option is our Express wedding in Copenhagen with the best wedding planners in Denmark. Marry in 2-4 weeks from date of license issue, or on a weekday date of your choice when there are no standard ceremonies available.
Getting married in Denmark on a sweet and very Danish Island is such a special event, and a lovely way to marry if you are looking at getting married abroad.
If you are looking at Getting married in Denmark and live in Germany then Aabenraa is really a great location for a ceremony close to the German boarder, where you can have a ceremony really quickly after approval from the Danish Authorities.
Getting married in Denmark in Tønder Town hall is perfect for those who want to get married close to the German border and have the license at least 3 months ahead of the date they wish to marry.
Copenhagen has been for some time an iconic place to marry as the capital of Denmark and the "Big Daddy" of venues, the only one called a City hall and not a Town Hall. A wedding in Copenhagen City Hall Wedding can make an elopement or a full wedding celebration something that you and your friends and family will remember for a life time.
If you are looking at Getting Married in Denmark somewhere close to the German Border then Ribe could be a perfect solution.
Would you like to get married in Denmark in December? Well now is a great time to start - But you need to be fast!
Many German residents and Citizens contact us around the time of year when their taxes are submitted as they realise that if you are married you benefit from certain better tax rates and privileges, and the wedding itself is potentially tax deductible also. 
Denmark is a country of history and traditions and there are lots of wonderful Danish Wedding traditions! If you get married in Denmark why not try one of the Danish wedding traditions for your Danish elopement?
If you are looking for the easiest place to get married in Europe without the need of a Single Status certificate then you should look at getting married in Denmark or Getting married in Gibraltar. Neither of these locations need a marital status document.