• You must obtain a Florida marriage license with the Clerk of Courts office.
  • List of Clerk of Courts and fees by county can be found here:
 

 

 

 

  • Both parties need to apply together
  • Each party must show a valid photo identification (driver's license, State identification, passport or valid military identification, proof of Alien registration, if you are not a U.S. Citizen)
  • Both parties must provide their Social Security numbers.
  • If either party has been previously married, the party must provide the date his or her last marriage ended.
  • There is a three day waiting period if you are a Florida resident ~~~ No waiting period for residents who have completed the Premarital Preparation Course or non residents.
  • Once the license is issued, it is valid for 60 days.
  • No blood tests are required.
 

PLEASE, DO NOT FORGET TO BRING YOUR MARRIAGE LICENSE AND IDENTIFICATION FOR BOTH

BRIDE AND GROOM