Your Photography for Nicaragua Wedding:
Anna and Chris are professional, award winning photographers with stylish approach and over 12 years of experience in the industry, serving all area of Nicaragua, San Juan, Popoyo, Granada, Masaya, Leon, Rivas, Puerto Cabezas, Bluefields.
Our style is infusing years of photojournalism experience with fashion. We are people and nature photographers and all portrait, commercial and fashion assignments are welcome.
We are adventurous and available for all kinds of unique locations including underwater experience.
Anna and Chris are Nicaragua Wedding Photographers available for all Nicaragua weddings at local fees (no travel) from November 2017 to May 2018.
Prices are starting at $2000 (US) and always includes your USB with fully edited files. Check our portfolio and contact me to chat more.
Best Locations for Your Nicaragua Wedding:
Some of these locations include : Mukul Resort, Yemaya Island Hideaway Resort and Spa, Morgan’s Rock, Montelimar, Rancho Santana, Aqua Wellness Resort, Mango Rosa, Pelican Eyes Resort and Spa, Villas de Palermo,
We can also assist you with planning and booking your wedding in Nicaragua trough our certified travel agent located in Calgary, Canada.
Nicaragua marriage Requirements (according to US Embassy in Managua)
“To legally marry in Nicaragua, a foreigner must present a valid passport (or other acceptable identification document) and sometimes a birth certificate. In addition, persons previously married must present evidence of the dissolution of the previous marriage (e.g. a divorce decree or death certificate of the previous spouse) and/or proof that they are single. As the United States government does not produce “singleness” certificates, some U.S. citizens contract with Nicaraguan attorneys to draft a “singleness” document for their signature.
With the documentation listed above and two witnesses with Nicaraguan cedulas, a Nicaraguan notary or judge can marry you.
The groom has to be over the age of 21 or legally emancipated through court order. The bride must be over the age of 18 or legally emancipated through court order.
If the bride and/or the groom are under the ages listed above and have not been emancipated, the parents and/or custodians of the underage partner must consent to the marriage.
Impediments to marriage are mental disability, pending dissolution of prior marriages, among others. It is illegal to marry your sibling in Nicaragua. For further information on marriage procedures and requirements, consult a Nicaraguan attorney or the Nicaraguan Civil Code.”