With prior scheduling, most couples look to their Pastor or a local Minister to marry them. Many of the local Ministers and Pastors are also Notaries Public. They, with proper ordainment, already have the authority to marry these couples. Some couples choose to have a large formal ceremony. Some couples choose to have a small elopement before their larger ceremony. Some, just want the no-frills paperwork signing. If by chance you want the quick route to marriage, or if you just want to legalize the process before your ‘Big Shebang’ Ceremony later, a Notary Public might be your better option.
“…a very special thanks to our Officiant Sonita, she is very professional and caring when it comes to her couples. She listens to what you want and delivers, making it very STRESS FREE. Anyone getting married in Greenville County, book her!! Thanks a million!” ~T’Shara Brown
There are couples that are going through rough times, and for those, I say be strong, stay strong, fight for what you know is worth the fight. Lay down those things that are not worth the fight. Sometimes you have to give up things ‘you’ as a person hold dear as a sacrifice for what ‘is’ actually worth it.
“Congratulations to a local couple that called into GreenvilleNotary.com this morning to be married later in the afternoon.” Many couples want to get married and that is Super Duper! Now, there are some couples that want to get married without all the hip-hip hurrah of a large ceremony. They prefer a smaller, private setting in
A local resident close to Woodruff Road in Greenville searched high and low for a notary on Sunday, Valentine’s Day no less. What notary service was open and available? GreenvilleNotary.com, of course! Although it was a very busy day for couples, it is just as important for us to be available for those needing signatures
A short, private nuptial ceremony was performed on behalf of a local couple at Spill the Beans, 531 S. Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601. Scheduling their larger ceremony for later, the couple, which included one notary, met with Wedding Notary Public and Marriage Officiant Sonita M. Leak to have their nuptial ceremony conducted. Today’s ceremony was
Did you know that as an out-of-state (or out-of-country) resident, you can still get married in the State of South Carolina? Show proof of identification and meet these requirements, and you too, can GET MARRIED!* Recently, we’ve married quite a few military-affiliated couples, as many of them were either being deployed, in transition, or needed
Congratulations are in order for Joaquin and Clara Allen! Surrounded by friends and a few family members, the couple was married behind the Bowater Amphitheatre, Downtown Greenville, South Carolina. The couple sealed the deal, signing their paperwork at Spill the Beans, 531 South Main Street. Most couples who call to get married usually ask many
Kayla and James are in preparation of their nuptials on July 31st. It all began with a consultation and pre-planning meeting at the City Park, Easley, South Carolina location in which they are sealing the deal. Many couples inquire about the entire process when they call in, and that is OK. Whether you have ALL
We’re getting ready for a wedding! Yes, we received a call about a formal wedding ceremony to officiate today. Thank you to the entire wedding party and Dream Team Planners for their Wedding Coordination today! You can add Felicia Jacobs and NiKeya Wideman on Facebook by navigating to their page HERE. Are you a couple
They obtained their marriage license in Laurens County, however the couple sought out a GreenvilleNotary.com officiant to preside over their nuptials. We feel so special! Ok, let’s just say I (Sonita) feel special. Did you know that over 65% of couples gain insight from the Internet when considering a wedding and marriage officiant? Well, I’m