(Closed) Destination Wedding but no legal marriage paperwork question

posted 8 years ago in Destination Weddings
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  • Wedding: August 2012

@cheparm: My dad is from Ohio so I could ask him, but I don’t know for sure personally. Maybe call up the courthouse nearest you and ask them what the drill is to get the license signed and everything. I’m sure they could tell you what exactly has to be said and done to make it official. From what I understand you do have to verbally verify when it’s signed that you do want to be married and you understand the implications of getting married, but I don’t know if you have to actually say vows. You might also be able to pay an officiant to come to your house and do the signing there, you would have more control over the wording of the ceremony in that instance I’d imagine, because you could write your own ‘vows’ and make it be just promises about being married to eachother rather than the ‘I do’ route.

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