(Closed) Wedding

posted 5 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
4803 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

There’s really no way to do this…in order to trick the minister (because let’s be real…that’s pretty much what you’re talking about doing), you would need a marriage license for him to sign and fill out. You won’t be able to get one because you’ll already be married…and he’ll have the same problem with filing it. Why are you not wanting to tell your parents that you’re wanting to get married this summer, why not wait and have a real wedding with no quotation marks needed? I’m assuming it’s for military reasons, but I guess I just don’t see the need to do it this way. It just seems like a really bad idea to start off your marriage with a lie like that…

Post # 4
960 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

I agree with WS.

But IF you do wish to still do the two…. Technically the minister doesn’t need to tell the parents. only the people WITNESSING the lisence signing. Which is normally your MoH and Bridesmaid or Best Man. Keep in mind though that your parents will know the moment they look at your lisence that you were previously married.

If you like going complicated the only way to fully make it not known to you parents would be to get married now, divorce before the next wedding, and then get married again….

But I still think you really should just wait or explain to your parents now why you wish to marry now.

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