Church Weddings
We have a selection of large churches and small churches even for 30 people at our disposal. There are several venues at our disposal here in Tenerife. Note: All catholic legal weddings in Tenerife are held inside the catholic church of Las Americas, Los Cristianos, Los Gigantes, Santa Cruz, Orotava or Puerto De La Cruz.
Catholic weddings information click here.



Hotels, Beaches, Mountains, Villas, Yachts and Hospital Weddings

Tenerife Celebrants work all over Tenerife doing weddings, blessings and Renewal of vows in all the hotels and will come to your chosen location. The grounds that can be hired and set up to create a beautiful location. Tenerife Celebrants are used by travel agents all over the world for clients coming to tenerife, hotels and venues in Tenerife, direct to the clients themselves and with wedding planners and coordinators here in Tenerife. As always you can be assured that we always keep a spare celebrant on standby also during your wedding day.


Extras For Your Ceremony


Sand Ceremony

This is a ritual request by many of our Tenerife Celebrants. It is when the sand mixes and is called the Blending of the Sands ceremony. It is used by some people as the alternative to the candles. What is done is we use two different colours of sand and they are poured into a glass vase of your choice and they symbolize the marriage of the bride and groom. Also is used for joining of families.  Required is three small vases, each of the vases with the sand symbolize the joining together. Some couples have flowers or shells also inside the vase. It is a wonderful reminder for you to take home to remember your day.



Joined With Fire (Candle Ceremony)

Known as a Unity Candle Ceremony these are widely used in our services for the joining of the couple. They can be used before or after the rings. The candles can work in several ways. The couples lighting each others  small candle as they represent you as a single person then lighting the main candle as you both become one and blowing the small ones out. Many couples have also chosen parents to bring the two lit candles and hand them over. Certain traditions pass on the two small candles to an engaged couple at their wedding during the presentation speeches.

Ancient Hand Binding (handfasting)
In ancient times and in many countries this service still takes place. This is where the joke came from to "tie the knot". Becoming very popular with beautiful pieces of material chosen one hand each is binded together. This is done after the rings and is a symbollic ceremony in that the couple will honor each other, each others commitments and they accept that their lives are now joined.

Rose Service
During the service with the rose the bride and groom give each other a RED ROSE BUD. The red rose is a traditional symbol of love and has always meant "I love you". Couples with children use this service a lot when in Tenerife either before or after the rings. At the end of the marriage service it is common to give the roses away to your children or a member of the family as you pass on your love to another person.

Butterflies
The Butterfly ceremony is known as a new life, new beginnings and rebirth. It is a magical experience and totally unique as the beauty
flies away. A perfect photo moment that will be remembered forever as we release butterflies. (this service depends on availability and location permissions)

 Glass Breaking Service
 This tradition is undertaken at the end of the marriage service. It is a   
 conclusion of all the bad times when your heart has been broken. 
 That is what the shattered glass represents. It shows that life is 
 fragile  and it calls to care for one another so that nothing can be 
 broken again. It is also to open our eyes to that many things can be 
 broken and for the attention to care and respect one another. 


Wine Sharing
Have wine in a cup also known as a loving cup for the bride and groom is so that they share the first drink as husband and wife together as they become one family. The wine in the cup is an old tradition and was popular and comon from the Celtic people in that they would toast each other with the "Ceremony Loving Cup". In Scotland it is known as "A Quaich", which means cup. Also used a lot with our Irish bride and grooms and from Jewish weddings. There are different designs that you can buy and bring them with you to Tenerife. Some couples choose brass cups some bring crystal glass with names and date on the glass. We have seen many beautiful cups during our weddings in Tenerife