Feb 27, 2012

The Marriage Ceremony

The state of Florida does not require a specified language or protocol for use in the performance of a marriage ceremony.

If both parties agree and the notary performing the wedding or justice of the peace or clerk of the courts the wedding party may request that their own written vows be used in the ceremony. There is also no age limit put on the person who signs as a witness to the marriage. The person performing the marriage should have a brief conversation if the witness is young so they understand the seriousness of being a witness. There is no law required in Florida that they actually have to have a witness although there is a blank spaces provided for this on the marriage application it is recommended that they have leased two witnesses. If you have any questions concerning your marriage vows or procedures during the ceremony be sure to have a short rehearsal with the person performing the wedding they can it put your mind at ease and answer all your questions.

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