Love is in the air!

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and love is in the air! Show your love ones some love this February 14th. Maybe even get married!!! If you do want to get married on Valentine’s Day skip the court house wedding and have us meet you at a park, beach, or your home. It’ll be much more romantic then a court house wedding. Many of our Florida Court Houses don’t even perform marriage ceremonies anymore. This Valentine’s Day we are offering free roses to couples we marry February 14th. Space is limited and reservations are required.

Contact Charmaine today to book your Palm Harbor Valentine’s Day wedding 727-641-3374

Contact Amanda to book your Tallahassee Valentine’s Day wedding 850-322-0911

Reminder- to be legally married in Florida you must obtain a Florida Marriage License. You can get this from any Florida Clerk of Court and be married in any Florida county. You don’t have to be married in the county that you got the marriage license in. For example if you get the marriage license in Leon County you can get married in Pinellas county.  A ceremony is not required to be legally married. The simplest way to be married in Florida is to obtain your Florida Marriage License then have a notary notarize the license. A Notary on the Go Palm Harbor and A Notary On The Go Tallahassee are able to notarize your Florida marriage license on Valentine’s Day . If you do want to have a sweet and simple marriage ceremony on Valentine’s Day, we can help arrange that too. Florida resident to get married on Valentine’s Day you will need to get your Florida Marriage License by February 10th. If both you and your fiance are non-Florida residents you can get your marriage license on Valentine’s Day and be married.

Valentine’s Day is also a perfect day for a celebratory vow renewal ceremony. And if you’re not ready to take the step of legally getting married we can officiate a commitment ceremony.

Contact us to day to setup your romantic Valentine’s Day wedding plans.