Wedding ceremonies

Do you wish to get married in the Stockholm City Hall? We conduct civil wedding ceremonies in the City Hall, and at other venues.

Covid-19 information

We allow eight guests in the City Hall. Children and photographers are included in these eight guests.

If you show any symptoms, we ask you to cancel and re-book your ceremony.

We hope for your understanding in these challenging times and wish you a memorable wedding ceremony.

We conduct wedding ceremonies for about 60 couples in the Oval Room on Saturdays. 

The cost for the ceremony is 800 SEK.

Make a booking

To make a booking, register directly online or contact us via email or phone. Please leave your names, dates of birth, address and phone number if you would like to make a booking.

Email: vigsel@stockholm.se
Phone: +46 8 508 29 330

Documents

To get married you need to apply for a Certificate of No Impediment (hindersprövning) at the Swedish Tax Agency. The two documents you then receive from the Swedish Tax Agency should be sent to the City Hall at least 4 weeks prior to the ceremony to avoid cancellation. If any delays occur, please contact the City Hall via phone or email.

For questions about the documents, contact the Swedish Tax Agency:

If you are calling from Sweden: 0771-567 567
If you are calling from abroad: +46 8 764 92 10
Email: servicejouren@skatteverket.se

You can also get information from the Swedish Tax Agency.

The day of the ceremony

To reach the Oval Room use the entrance from Hantverkargatan 1 and walk across the Civic Courtyard towards the waterside park. Take the open-air steps on the left next, to the tower entrance. The Oval Room is located one flight up.

We kindly request that you are present 15 minutes before the appointed time for the ceremony. Remember to bring valid id-cards and please inform our staff when you arrive.

Guests

We allow eight guests at weddings in the City Hall. Children and photographers are also included in these eight guests.

Two of the guests may be witnesses. The witnesses are reported on arrival and must be over 18 years of age and understand the language in which the ceremony is held. If you do not have your own witnesses, our staff will be on site to help you.

After the ceremony

You will get a marriage certificate in Swedish and, if requested, one in English in connection to the ceremony. After the wedding ceremony your documents will be sent to the Swedish Tax Agency for registration.

If you require other documentation to verify your marriage in your country, besides the marriage certificate, please contact the Swedish Tax Agency. With your marriage certificate you can also contact a Notarius Publicus for an official stamp.

Private ceremonies

Some of our registrars perform ceremonies in other places than the City Hall. If you are interested in this option you need to contact a registrar by email and book a time, place and date.

When you have agreed on a day for the wedding you register directly online. Then send us an email with day for the wedding and the code you received from the registrar.

Understanding the ceremony

If you do not understand Swedish or English, you need to book an interpreter. Please email us at vigsel@stockholm.se.

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