This elegant Marriage Certificate has spaces for you to enter the names of a couple you have married.
There is also a space for the date of the marriage and your signature certifying that you performed the ceremony.
As is the case with our other certificates, this Marriage Certificate is printed on high quality paper and also bears a handsome church seal.
Actual Size is 8.5 x 11 inches.
We request an offering of $10 for each Marriage Certificate.*This is not a "Marriage License." It is a decorative Marriage Certificate from the American Fellowship Church. In order for a marriage to be legal, a couple must apply for, and obtain a "Marriage License" from a State issuing Authority.
You must never perform (solemnize) a marriage for a couple who is unmarried and has not obtained a valid Marriage License. To do so would be in violation of the law!
However, a "renewal of vows" for a legally married couple may be done without authorization from the state.
**The information provided on this page is for guidance only it is NOT legal advice.
It is critically important that you verify all information with your local marriage license office / Recorder of Deeds / County Clerk before conducting (solemnizing) a wedding ceremony. It is your responsibility to operate within the bounds of the law.
Posted by dianne on 6th Aug 2013
I really wanted a diff. style but it wouldn't let me go back to that page.
Posted by Jim Lewis on 8th Jul 2013
Thought it was really good.
Posted by Unknown on 25th May 2013
This was nice
Posted by Rev. Scott W. Priddy on 12th May 2013
the couple getting married and i both are totally happy with the marriage certificate
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Apr 2013
Nicely done, not too ornate but elite enough to make a nice keepsake in commemoration of the event!
Posted by Pastor Russ on 4th Jan 2013
A simple yet elegant certificate.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Dec 2012
Great item to give to the bride and groom
Posted by Unknown on 16th Oct 2012
This item is really well done, and all the couples i have given it to love it...
Posted by Vikki Viau on 10th Aug 2012