Weddings & Honeymoons


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“Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life. At Hotel Rangá we go out of our way to make sure that every detail is perfect.”

Signature of Hotel Rangá wedding coordinator Majken.

Majken Egumfeldt-Jørgensen

Wedding & Events Coordinator at Hotel Rangá
Majken Egumfeldt-Jørgensen holding purple lupine flowers outside Hotel Rangá.
Majken is our wedding and events coordinator. Photo by Ingibjörg Friðriks

Why Hotel Rangá is perfect for weddings

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From a lovely country church complete with stained glass windows, to a hidden cave lit by candlelight, to a snow-topped glacier with views of the southern coast, or even a cascading waterfall surrounded by fields of purple lupine - crafting your dream ceremony is our ultimate priority.

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Our Promise

We know that your wedding is one of the most important days in your life. Our promise to you is that we will go above and beyond to ensure that your day is exactly as you have imagined. From the wedding ceremony to the reception dinner - every detail is carefully considered.

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We work with local vendors to bring your dreams to reality. We have established relationships with top Icelandic photographers who take photos that will last a lifetime. From selecting the perfect floral arrangements to creating a stunning wedding cake - anything is possible.

A bride and groom at their wedding ceremony in an underground cave in south Iceland.
A magical cave wedding in south Iceland. Photo by Ingibjörg Friðriksdóttir.
Queer wedding photoshoot of two brides standing in front of Skógafoss waterfall in south Iceland.
Go on an epic photo shoot on your wedding day. Photo by Pink Iceland.

Wedding Packages

Choose your wedding package.  Do not hesitate to reach out to our Wedding Coordinator with any questions you might have. Our goal is to make your dream wedding come true.

Rangá Wedding

Our Rangá wedding package is a great option for the couple that would prefer a simple customizable package.

Price from 4800 EUROS

Hekla Wedding

Perfect for elopements, our Hekla wedding package includes all that you might need to be married in Iceland.

Price from 5600 EUROS

Eyjafjallajökull Wedding

Induldge on your special day with our Eyjafjallajökull wedding package that includes a two night stay in a Junior Suite.

Price from 7400 EUROS

Katla Wedding

Our Katla wedding package is the ultimate in luxury, offering couples a truly unforgettable Icelandic wedding.


Price from 9400 EUROS

Ancient Cave Wedding

Getting married in a mystical cave is truly a unique experience.


Price from 10500 EUROS

Thinking about popping the question? Stay in a Master Suite, Romantic dinner, Luxury setting, Helicopter ride…

Need we say more!


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Meet Hotel Rangá's wedding coordinator

Destination Weddings

Majken is Hotel Rangá´s Wedding Coordinator who will have personal and direct contact with you to create your perfect wedding day. With years of event planning experience under her belt, she is passionate about crafting destination weddings that celebrate Iceland´s incredible beauty. From helping you gather all the correct legal paperwork, to acting as your day-of coordinator, Majken will be there every step of the way.

Groom in suit and bride in flowing grey and black wedding dress stand on a black sand beach on a stormy day in south Iceland.
Get married on a black sand beach. Photo by Bragi Þór.


We couldn't have asked for a better wedding planner. A wedding can become very stressful to plan but you made the whole event stress free and allowed us to just focus on enjoying our wedding day. You eased any worries and fears we had and went out of your way to help ensure we had the best day. I also really appreciated your reassurance as we spoke on the balcony and for grabbing a cup of coffee for me!
Rebecca & Matt
We had the most amazing stay, can’t wait to visit again one day. As for the feedback, I honestly can’t think of anything I would change/ improve- it was far beyond my expectations, we felt completely at ease throughout the whole process. I think one of the key things was to have named person throughout the whole process, as it made everything run so smoothly. Also the hotel staff were each welcoming and approachable which made our stay so wonderful. Thank you again for all the work you have put in to organising our wedding, we honestly couldn’t have asked for better.
Lauen & Cole

Photo by Meredith Bacon

Bride and groom in wedding clothes and rubber boots stand in the river in front of Skógafoss.
This wedding couple took adventure to a whole new level. Photo by Bragi Þór.
Passion for adventure

Destination Weddings

From intimate elopements to grand celebrations, our wedding services can be tailored to your unique taste. One thing all our couples have in common is their passion for adventure. The dynamic Icelandic landscape is the ultimate accessory for your big day, whether you are getting married under a stunning waterfall or organizing a post-ceremony tour to introduce your guests to the stunning south coast. A fantastic example of a Hotel Rangá adventure wedding is the story of the Blue Boots Bride. Click the link below to read a blog about this couple´s special day.

Create the perfect setting

Cakes & Decorations

No wedding day is complete without fantastic decorations and of course, a custom made wedding cake. We work with you to create the perfect setting for both your ceremony and reception, using local vendors who supply the finest quality flowers and decor.

The sky is the limit with our wedding cakes - bring us your ideas and our baker will craft your dream cake. Choose a traditional almond-flavored Icelandic kransakaka or go for a more modern style with fondant and buttercream.

Click the link below to read a blog about Andrej Ivetic, the master baker behind our wedding cakes.

Kransakaka, a traditional Icelandic Wedding cake made of almond cookies stacked high in a tower.
A traditional Icelandic kransakaka. Photo by Ingibjörg Friðriksdóttir.
Wedding couple embrace underneath Gluggafoss waterfall.
A bride and groom in front of Gluggafoss waterfall. Photo by Bragi Þór.
Wedding couple wearing wedding clothes stand in a field of purple lupine in south Iceland.
Celebrate your wedding at Hotel Rangá and go on an adventurous photo shoot. Photo by Bragi Þór.

Photo by Neil Thomas Douglas

Our Halls

Glass Hall

Our main dining room is available as a private event space when couples book the entire hotel.

River Hall

Our biggest private room, this space is perfect for larger celebrations.

Hekla Hall

Our smallest private room, this space is ideal for intimate celebrations of 25 or less.

FAQ about Weddings in Iceland

In Iceland, marriage is legal between any two consenting adults, regardless of gender. In order to get married legally in Iceland you will need to gather several documents. You also need to meet with the District Commissioner prior to your wedding day. The District Commissioner´s office is only open Monday through Friday between 9:00 and 3:00. You can learn more in this blog post.

Icelandic weather is notoriously unpredictable. There is even an Icelandic saying that goes, “If you don´t like the weather, just wait five minutes.” No matter the season, you should be prepared for any type of weather – from sunny skies, to rain, sleet and wind. 

Are you dreaming of a winter wedding? Snow can start as early as November, though our snowiest months are usually February and March.

Planning on being married in the summer but still want that winter experience? You can always find ice and snow year-round on top of a nearby glacier. Read more about what you can expect in this blog post.

Anywhere your hearts desire (within certain reason) as long as the weather permits and the wedding officiant is willing to travel to the location. Your wedding can take place at Hotel Rangá, in an old Icelandic country church or in an ancient cave lit up with candlelight. Say yes on top of a volcano, on a glacier, a black sand beach, next to a waterfall or a geyser. We recommend that you go off the beaten track for your wedding ceremony, and we have a list of great ideas ready in case you need some inspiration.

There are four options:

  • A Priest can conduct Christian ceremonies in a local country church.
  • A wedding celebrant conducts humanist, non-religious ceremonies. These ceremonies have an atmosphere of dignity, joy and personal experience and allow the wedding couple the chance to exchange personalized vows.
  • The District Commissioner conducts legal, non-religious ceremonies. These ceremonies are the shortest option and do not require couples to exchange personalized vows.
  • The Ásatrúargoði conducts pagan ceremonies based on descriptions from the Sagas and ancient manuscripts of old Norse traditions, before the time of Christianity in Iceland. In a pagan wedding ceremony, the couple recites personalized oaths much like the vows a couple prepares for many North American ceremonies.

At Hotel Rangá, our dedicated Wedding Coordinator will assist you with your planning every step of the way. She can help you to refine your vision and offer suggestions regarding decoration, dining, ceremony location, and more.

You can read more about how to get married in Iceland in our blog post: Getting married in Iceland

Whether hosting an elopement or a big wedding, we can help you to plan various adventures and activities so that you experience all that Iceland has to offer.

Do you need adventure insperation? Check out our Tours and Adventure page.

  • Marriage Notification Form. 
  • Original copies of birth certificates of both parties; if you do not have the original, your copy must be apostille verified.
  • Certificate of marital status with apostille stamp, issued within eight weeks before the wedding date (this can vary from country to country; our Wedding Coordinator will be able to assist you with more information).
  • A divorce decree including settlement of assets (if either party is divorced).
  • If the bride/groom is a widower, a document detailing that the deceased’s estate has been divided/finalized.
  • Scanned passports for both parties.
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