For couples marrying in Thailand, the marriage will only be legally recognised in your home country if you have followed Thai legal procedures. Part of this process involves completing some paperwork at the Thai embassy or consulate (usually in Bangkok). If it isn't valid under Thai law then the chances are it won't be valid under … Read More . . .
If neither you nor your partner is Thai, you can still elect to have a Thai wedding but you are probably going to need some help along the way to organize it all. On … Read More . . .
If you want to avoid spending 4 or 5 days in Bangkok visiting embassies and filling out paperwork, you can always opt to have a low-key registry office wedding in … Read More . . .
If you are marrying your Thai partner, it's worth familiarizing yourself with all aspects of a traditional Thai wedding as well as the legal formalities. Unless you speak good Thai, the chances … Read More . . .
There are many different aspects to a traditional Thai wedding, but not all of these traditions are maintained today. Consequently, there can be many variations in the basic ceremony which can be … Read More . . .