SBNT Wedding Services
Our experienced Jacksonville
Florida notaryofficiants are available 24 hours a day
We offer marriage ceremony services everyday in our office or at your desired location. Just bring your marriage license and picture ID and we’ll take care of the rest. Our wedding services range from simple marriage license signing to wedding planning and photography. Schedule your Marriage Ceremony Today!
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Marriage Ceremony Options
Simple Signing Marriage (Sign-N-Go)
Private In-Office Vow Exchange
Marriage License Notarization
Up to 4 people including the couple
Mobile Marriage Ceremony
Location of Your Choice
Vow Exchange of Your Choice
Up to 30 Minutes with the Officant
Wedding Rehearsal Attendance (+$100 fee)
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Marriage Ceremony Policies
Marriage License Policy
All client must have a Florida marriage license to get married by our officiants. Please ensure that you have observed the three day waiting period (if applicable).
All couples must present a valid government issued picture ID such as a Driver’s License, State ID, or Passport (foreign passports accepted).
All marriage ceremonies (except simple in-office ceremony) requires a non-refundable deposit at the time of reservation.
A cancellation fee applies to all ceremonies that are not cancelled at least two days before the ceremony date.
We do not offer a refund on any services rendered. Clients are encouraged to reschedule appointment to avoid forfeiture of any fees paid.
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JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MARRIAGE LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
There are two basic requirements for getting a marriage license:
1. Both parties (spouse 1 and spouse 2) must be age 18 or over and must apply in person at the same time.
2. There are two forms of identification that may be required, described below.
A. The first form of identification required is a valid photo identification issued by the federal or state government. The photo identification must have the correct legal name, date of birth and signature of the applicant.
The following valid proofs of photo identifications are accepted:
- Driver’s license (U.S. state or government)
- U.S. military identification
- State identification card (U.S. state or government)
- Alien registration card
B. If an applicant has been issued a Social Security number, they will need to provide that number as part of the application process. Please note you do NOT need to bring a copy of the social security card, but just need to provide the number.
Any person who is not a citizen of the U.S. may provide either a Social Security number (if one has been issued) or an alien registration number, if one has been issued. If neither has been issued, another form of identification may be required.
Here are a few other things it will be helpful to know:
No blood tests are required.
You do not need to be a resident of this county or of Florida to obtain a marriage license.
Marriage licenses are valid only for ceremonies taking place anywhere in the State of Florida within 60 days of the date of issue.
By law, the Family Law Handbook must be read before you get a marriage license. It is available for viewing on this page.
If either applicant has been previously married, the exact date of the last divorce, death or annulment must be provided. The actual document DOES NOT need to be provided.
Marriage license and application: $86.00
Discounted marriage license and application (available after completion of a premarital preparation course by a registered counselor, with proof that the course was taken): $61.00
Residents of Florida who apply for a marriage license have a choice: you can wait three days for the license to become effective, or you can attend a premarital preparation course from a registered provider waiving the three-day waiting period. If you would like to attend one of these premarital courses, a directory of course providers is available at all court locations. Please note that the Marriage License Department does not offer this course.
If you’re not a resident of Florida, there is no waiting period.
For more information on how to apply for a marriage license click here
*Information provided by the Duval County Clerk of Courts.