The following documents will be required for a Catholic Church Wedding to be held in Cyprus:
 Both partners must be Catholic. In the case of mixed religion (Catholic and other Christian denomination), the couple must get a special dispensation from the regional bishop of the Catholic partner before the church wedding can take place in Cyprus.
 “You will have to inform your local parish priest of your intent to marry overseas and he will need to view both party’s birth certificates. You must ask for a pre-marital enquiry/ freedom to marry, and request that this, together with your baptism records, be sent to your regional Bishop. Once your regional Bishop is in receipt of these papers he will forward them on to the Vicar General in Cyprus.
 The couple must have a Cyprus civil wedding ceremony first. This can take place just before the church wedding, on the same day or a day before.
 Adoption certificate, required in case of an adopted applicant.
 Furthermore, both the priest at the church in Cyprus, as well as your own local priest in your country of residence will have to be contacted six months or so before the wedding’s date, in order to allow for adequate time to meet all the church requirements and paperwork as well as to secure availability at the church in Cyprus.