At White Wedding Days, we pride ourselves on creating weddings to a high standard and Gibraltar is a perfect location for a wedding. The venues on offer here each offer something different to those in Spain and you can choose between the intimate and personal with a suite at one of the hotels, or the grand and opulent at the Alameda gardens and open air theatre.
As a wedding planner I take personal care to make your wedding day perfect and stress free for you.
For me, as a wedding planner, helping you realise your dream wedding is what I want above all else and a successful wedding is what I am for. One of the most important parts of a wedding for the bride and groom is to be happy and enjoy their day with friends and family, so letting me help with all of the stress and strain when planning the wedding means you can leave all worries at home when you come to Gibraltar.
Gibraltar has various wedding venues perfect for you special day.
Gibraltar is an overseas territory of the UK and you can be married in Gibraltar legally without too much stress. Steeped in history, Gibraltar boasts sunshine and culture and is the ideal setting for your wedding.
My aim is to make your special day in Gibraltar both magical and beautiful and this great setting will cast a spell of happiness for your future together.
Have your dream wedding in southern Spain!
Here are some interesting facts that you might want to know about Gibraltar:
“Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula at the entrance of the Mediterranean. It has an area of 2.6 square miles (6.7 km2) and a northern border with the Province of Cádiz in Andalusia, Spain. The Rock of Gibraltar is the only landmark of the region. At its foot is the densely populated city area, home to almost 30,000 Gibraltarians and other nationalities.
An Anglo-Dutch force captured Gibraltar from the Kingdom of Castile in 1704 during the War of the Spanish Succession on behalf of the Habsburg pretender to the Spanish throne. The territory was subsequently ceded to Britain “in perpetuity” under the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. It was an important base for the Royal Navy; today its economy is based largely on tourism, online gaming, financial services, and shipping.
The sovereignty of Gibraltar is a major point of contention in Anglo-Spanish relations as Spain asserts a claim to the territory. Gibraltarians rejected proposals for Spanish sovereignty in a 1967 referendum and again in 2002. Under the Gibraltar constitution of 2006, Gibraltar governs its own affairs, though some powers, such as defence and foreign relations, remain the responsibility of the UK Government.” (Source Wikipedia)