As much as you need and would like. I will always be here for you. I don't want any couple to have any of their questions unanswered.
Yes, you must have a valid Florida marriage license for me to preform your wedding, and you must obtain it. I can not obtain it for you. Every marriage license in Florida is issued by a County Clerk of Court's office. All couples need to go together to obtain their marriage license. Some offices do allow you to apply using a "eMarrieage Application" online. Please check with you nearest County Clerk of Court's office for more details.
Florida marriage licenses are valid for 60 days from the date it was issued. Your license will expirer on the 61 days if the wedding has not taken place during that time.
There is a 3-day waiting period to be married for couples who live in Florida. Please note that the 3-day waiting period does not begin until after the couple comes together to the Clerk’s office and purchases the marriage license in person. Florida couples wishing to avoid the 3-day waiting period must produce a certificate or printed letter from a premarital course provider indicating they have completed the course. There is no waiting period for non-Florida residents.
Yes, a marriage in Florida is not considered valid until the license is returned to the County Clerk of Court's office. Your license should be returned within 10 days of the wedding.
There are two ways you can get a certified copy of your marriage license. You can contact the County Clerk of Court's office where you obtained your wedding license directly, or you can contact the Florida Department of Health at:
Florida Department of Health Division of Vital Statistics
P.O. Box 210
Jacksonville, FL 32231
All Wedding Officiant fees are required to be paid in full one week prior to the ceremony.
I arrive 30 to 45 minutes prior to your ceremony.
The actual ceremony time is between 15 to 30 minutes.
Yes, Absolutely! Love Is Love. 🌈🏳️🌈
Yes, I love a themed wedding. I do charge extra if I have secure my own costume.