Copenhagen Botanical Garden Ceremony

A garden wedding is the dream of many couples and a Copenhagen Botanical Garden Ceremony is one of many beauties and little hideaways to consider when Getting Married in Copenhagen. It has so much to offer in every season of the year.

There are different spots throughout the grounds where you can choose to have your ceremony. The Botanical Garden’s is a living museum steeped with history. The current location was built in 1870. Four years later in 1874 the gardens got its large complex of glasshouses at the initiative of Carlsberg founder J. C. Jacobsen who also funded it. His inspiration was that of the glass building the Crystal Palace that was erected for the Great Exhibition in London in 1851.

A ceremony here is perfect for a couple who would like something a little different to a registry office wedding, but still remain low key and relaxed.

As the Botanical Gardens is a living museum and we must be careful not to stir the grounds, we can have ceremonies for couples who are just by themselves or with a party of the maximum of 20 guests. There can be no props such as tables and no music will be possible. However, our couples find the calming simplicity of this ceremony within the natural beauty of the grounds perfect.

What is included in the Copenhagen Botanical Garden Ceremony?

  • Assistance with documentation
  • Processing and organisation of your documentation
  • Bookings and co-ordination of a registrar for your day
  • Support with other bookings
  • Co-ordination of wedding vendors
  • Unlimited support from your wedding consultant
  • Co-ordination of your ceremony on the day
  • Witnesses
  • Administration fees

What is the ceremony like?

The ceremony will last approximately 10 minutes, you can exchange vows and rings if you like and you will receive your wedding certificates right after you and your witnesses sign.

Watch the beautiful video from Elena and Kurt’s interment Copenhagen Botanical Garden Ceremony below. Video Credit: Elena Belevantseva



What if the weather is bad?

Denmark is beautiful but there is no doubt that the weather can sometimes be unreliable. There is the option of the indoor Palm Room in case of bad weather!

Image Credit: Micheal Button
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