You can get married at Ting- og Arresthuset in Esbjerg every Friday and on Saturdays in uneven weeks, as well as at the Old Townhall in Ribe every Friday and on Saturdays in even weeks.
In order to reduce the risk of infection with the new coronavirus, a maximum of 7 guests are currently allowed at a wedding ceremony in the Old Town Hall of Ribe or Ting- & Arresthuset Esbjerg.
Everyone has to wear a mouth nose protection mask when entering the house!
If you dream about getting married in a truly special place, you will find unique locations throughout Esbjerg Municipality. Whether you are planning a wedding on the beach, in the garden, at sea or somewhere entirely different, we are ready to conduct the official part of the wedding ceremony.
Wedding on the beach, Esbjerg
Contact the Wedding Office to hear more about the range of beautiful and unique places we have to offer.
Are you looking for something special? We offer couples the chance to get married at special events, such as Tall Ships Races in Esbjerg, the annual Tulip Festival in Ribe (May/June) or in connection with other special events.
If you want to get married at sea, our wedding registrars are available to perform the wedding ceremony on the water, but you must arrange a ship or other sea vessel.
It is very important to us that your wedding take place in accordance with your wishes. One of our registrars will conduct the official part of the ceremony, accompanied by a wedding speech on love and marriage. Afterwards, there will be time to exchange rings and to take wedding photos. The ceremony ends with the presentation of your marriage certificate.
In Esbjerg, ceremonies take place at the Gamle Ting- og Arresthus (The Old City Hall & Jailhouse), a beautiful building towering 30 meters towards the sky.
In Ribe, weddings are held in the beautiful and historic premises of The Old Town Hall. The building is over 500 years old and has a lovely atmosphere.
To get married, there are a number of practical matters to settle before the wedding can take place.