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Your Wedding Day is one of the most important days in your life! Because I'm a Notary in the State of Florida and also an Officiant we offer Officiant services with Photography included! Take advantage of our budget friendly packages!

We provide wedding officiant services for non-denominational, civil, non-traditional, and same-sex marriage ceremonies
in the South Florida area.

We cater to your needs! Let us know which type of ceremony suits you best. You can write your own vows or we can customize them for you!

Types of ceremonies we offer:

Traditional and Non-Traditional, Vow Renewals, Barefoot , Elegant, Same Sex-LGBTQ

English &/or Spanish

Religious | Non-Religious | Inter-Faith | Celtic | Pagan | Alternative

Beach | Backyard | Garden | Park | Estate | Mansion | Yacht | Country House | Golf Course/ClubHouse | Hotel Ballroom | Banquet Hall

Photography Services:

We can add photography services to your special day! Request our Pricing Brochure!

Mobile Notary Services are provided in:

Miami-Dade County-Redland, Florida City, Homestead


Our Team


Andrea de la cruz

Wedding Officiant | Minister | Photographer | Notary Public


Yisell Cirion

Wedding Officiant | Notary Public


Types OF Ceremonies

The Unity Sand Ceremony

Perfect for a Beach Wedding. The Wedding Sand Ceremony has become a popular way to celebrate the joining of two lives. Colored sand is poured by each of you from a special vase into one personalized, custom etched, heart-shaped vase symbolizing your two lives becoming one. Allows your children to take part in your wedding ceremony by adding additional color sands into the vase. At the end of the ceremony the vase,  which is sealed with a cork, is yours to take home and display, symbolizing the start of your new life together.

Unity Candle Ceremony

In celebrating the union of the bride and groom, this "unity" ceremony symbolically represents, not only the Couple becoming united in marriage, but also the coming together of their friends and family.

Jumping the Broom

 A ceremony in which the couple signify the beginning of their new life by symbolically "sweeping away" their former lives by jumping over a broom. At the conclusion of the ceremony the officiant or a guest places the broom in front of the couple where they jump over it before walking down the aisle, married

Vow Renewal Ceremony

For couples who want to renew their wedding vows and reaffirm their commitment to each other, whether it be your 5th, 25th or 50th wedding anniversary

HANDFASTING or 'Tying the Knot"

 Is a Celtic wedding ritual which involves the tying of hands together to symbolize the coming together and remaining together as a couple


Many of today’s couples desire a more spiritual rather than religious ceremony.  There are no two couples alike and your wedding ceremony should be as special as the two of you.  We will help assist you in the planning of your very special day with different ideas and venues and the personalization of your wedding vows. 

 Florida Marriage License Information

The Fee For a Florida Marriage License is $86.00

To get married in Florida, the couple Must Obtain a Florida Marriage License

Click Here to Find a Florida Court House in the County Where you Live or are Staying

  • Florida residents, both spouses must apply together and in person, when obtaining a Marriage License. There is a waiting period of 3 days after the license is issued before it becomes valid.

  • Non-Florida residents have the option of applying in person together or by mail

  • Non-Florida residents (both U.S. & International) do not have the 3 day waiting period. 

(Please contact me if you will not arrive in Florida in time to obtain your marriage license. The Clerk-of-Courts are open Monday - Friday  usually from 9am-4pm (excluding Holidays)
In order to speed up the process, you may pre-register on-line for your marriage license in the County where you will obtain it. Once the pre-registration is completed print/write down the file # and bring it with you to the Courthouse in the County where you pre-registered.

Some Counties in Florida do not offer this service.

You do not have to pre-register in order to obtain a marriage license.

Marriage licenses are issued by the county and you can apply for your license at any Courthouse County Clerk’s office in the state. You do not need to apply for the license in the county where the marriage will take place as the license is good throughout the state, once it is issued. 

A Marriage License is good for 60 days after it is issued.

Marriage License Pre-Application:

Marriage License Info & Locations:

  • Miami-Dade County Marriage License Info and Locations

  • Broward County (Hollywood/Ft.Lauderdale) Marriage License Info and Locations

  • Palm Beach County (Boca/West Palm) Marriage License Info and Locations

  • Monroe County (Fl Keys/Key West) Marriage License Info and Locations

    All applicants must present the following: 
    • One (1) identification is required with the applicant's picture, signature, and date of birth, a Driver License issued by any state in the U.S., Passport, a U.S. Military ID, Alien Registration Card, or State of Florida ID issued by DMV are acceptable. Anyone issued a Social Security Card must provide their number..
    • There is no residence or citizenship status requirement.
    • All U.S. Citizens and Residents must provide their Social Security Number. 
    • Non U.S. Residents may provide an Alien Registration Card, Driver License, Passport or any other legal form of identification.

  •  If either applicant has been previously married, the exact date of the last divorce, death, or annulment must be provided.

  • A ceremony must be performed within sixty (60) days of the issuance of the license.

  • Applicants who are 16 or 17 years of age: In addition to the above listed requirements, the following documents must be presented when one or both of the applicants are within this age bracket: 
    • Minor's Birth Certificate showing parent's name. 
    • A Parental Consent Form may be obtained at the time of the application. Both parents must be present with their own identification on hand. The exception will be if the parents are divorced and one parent has full custody of the minor. In this case, proof of custody must be presented and only the consent of the custodial parent will be required in writing. 

  • Applicants under 16 years of age: Minors who under oath, swear that they are the parents or expected parents of a child may apply for a Marriage License. If they are already parents, the child's Birth Certificate must be presented. Otherwise, the pregnancy must be verified by a written statement from a licensed physician. 
    • A previously married minor may apply without the need for parental consent.

  • Residents of the State of Florida have the option of attending a premarital course from a registered provider, or waiting 3 days for the marriage license to become effective. This waiting period is waived if you complete a 4-hour premarital course. 


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Miami-Dade County:  all of Miami including: Miami Beach, Key Biscayne, Coconut Grove, Kendall, Coral Gables, PineCrest, Cutler Bay, Homestead, The Redland, Florida City, The Everglades

Monroe County: Ocean Reef, Key Largo, Islamorada
Broward County: Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Weston, Deerfield Beach, Dania Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Plantation, Pembroke Pines

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