What you'll need

You'll need to bring a few things with you the day of your wedding:

       * Valid Marriage License 

​       * Valid ID showing both parties are 18 years old

       * Optional:  rings, a bouquet, your own vows, religious  items.                      unity candles, etc....

The Marriage License

Our goal is to make your wedding completely stress free.  I am happy to walk you through the process of  getting  marriage license at a location near you.  You can get your license  in any California County and still be married in Riverside County.  Please visit the County links to the right to find the nearest County Clerk's office to you or just give me call.


We are not able to accept checks of any kind - not even cashier's checks

Cash is the preferred method of payment, however, we can accept debit or credit cards with a MasterCard or Visa logo.

The fee is $500.00 for the personalized ceremony, venue and minister at our Riverside location, or just $400 at your location. 

If you would like a photographer, he will take your pictures and do all the post processing for only $395 (ask about his elopement package for just the two of you)!  He then uploads your pictures to his website where you can download your digital photos to have printed anywhere you like, and you can also purchase the prints you want directly from his website at extremely reasonable prices - especially for a professional photo lab.

There are no other extra or hidden fees for a wedding!

You can go to his website to see other weddings and view his prices:

​ www.dalealanphoto.com

The Ceremony & Vows

 We  provide a non-denominational ceremony that can be modified and  personalized  to best match your vision of the perfect wedding.  We can provide standard vows for you, assist you in choosing the perfect vows for your and your intended, or you can write  your own vows  and our officiant can either lead you in reciting them or you can memorize them ahead of time.  The choice is always yours.

No Waiting Period

California no longer has a waiting period between the time you get your marriage license and the day you get married.  The only  time constraint is getting married before your license expires.  Most Counties issue licenses which are good for 90 days from the date of issuance.  

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If you use a public marriage license, you will need a witness to sign your license.  You can bring one with you or we can provide one at our

Riverside location.

If you use a confidential license  no witnesses will  sign your license.

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