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Cost of a Wedding in Spain

Updated: Jun 8, 2023

When it comes to celebrating love, Spain offers a captivating blend of rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning landscapes. It's no wonder that many couples choose this beautiful country as the backdrop for their special day. However, planning a wedding in a foreign country can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to budgeting. To help you navigate this, we've gathered some insights from Miss Nokonoko of Agape Weddings, a renowned wedding planning company based in Barcelona.

In Spain, the average cost of a wedding in 2022 was around 20,000 euros. This figure encompasses various elements that contribute to the overall wedding experience, including attire, music, banquet, and invitations. However, this cost can significantly vary, largely influenced by the couple's financial capacity and personal preferences. In some cases, the total expenditure for a wedding in Spain could escalate to as much as 32,000 euros. On the other hand, some couples manage to organize their special day for as little as 12,000 euros.

Cost of a wedding in Spain

Miss Nokonoko points out that Spain offers a wide variety of venues to suit every budget. For instance, in Barcelona, there are many luxury venues like Castell de San Marçal or Masia Casa del Mar, but also many affordable villa venues. The cost of these venues can vary significantly depending on the style of wedding you desire. Luxury wedding venues usually start at €25,000 for an 80-person wedding, whereas more laid-back villa weddings can cost as little as €15,000 for an 80-person wedding.

Here are some average costs to consider:

The average rental price of a 20-person villa with a pool and space for a garden ceremony is around €6,000 for 2 nights, including the ceremony.

The average price of an all-inclusive hotel wedding package is €160 per person.

cost of a wedding in Spain

The average cost for a wedding with 50-60 people at a castle, villa, or country venue, including ceremony fees, party, catering, and 2 hours of open bar, ranges from €15,000-17,000.

For a larger wedding with 80-100 people at a castle, villa, or country venue, including ceremony fees, party, catering, and 2 hours of open bar, the cost starts from €20,000.

Miss Nokonoko also provides some great insider tips to help save money when planning a wedding in Spain. For instance, getting married out of high season can reduce the venue cost by an average of €1,000 between November and April. Midweek weddings can end up costing around 20-40% less than weekend weddings. If you have a small wedding party, one of the most economical ways of getting married is to hire a masia or villa where many of your guests can also stay.

In conclusion, the cost of a wedding in Spain can vary greatly depending on various factors such as the venue, the number of guests, the time of year, and your personal tastes. However, with careful planning and consideration, it's possible to have a beautiful and memorable wedding in Spain that fits within your budget.

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