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November 18, 2017

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Notary Public Blog: Wedding Consultation at Coffee Underground on a Rainy Day | Don’t Let Those Rainy Days Stop You

Today’s consultation with a Bride getting married on Saturday, July 29, 2017 included conversation about what would happen should the wedding date be a rain-out. Many of the ceremonies I conduct happen impromptu, meaning, they are spur-of-the-moment ceremonies. The couple wants to get married, if not right at the moment, very soon. When you plan your ceremony ahead of time with me, you get added touches. For instance, coordination assistance, proper formatting and a rehearsal are all a plus when you are in the planning processes.

Notary Blog: Congratulations in Order for the Marriage of T’Shara & Devareo Brown

“…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

Notary Blog: Spur-of-the-Moment Wedding at Starbucks I-85

Many couples call on us to perform the ‘bare-bones’ minimum ceremony, which can be as simple as saying, “I do,” then, ” I do.” It’s usually not that short and sweet, but you get our drift. Some couples want to get the paperwork and legal side of the marriage out of the way without the all frills and thrills ceremony. That is okay with us here at GreenvilleNotary.com.

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Notary Congratulations: Married Among the High Waves of the Raging Reedy River

Congratulations are in order for a couple married along the banks of the raging Reedy River.  The rain has been ferocious in the past few months, where an approximate 23 inches have fallen. The weather outside had a nice crisp Fall warmth to it. Amidst random jokes of throwing one another in the water and missing rings, the

Notary Congratulations: Jason & Skye Watkins {Married October 30, 2015} | The Bird House at Mountain View

Congratulations are in order for Jason & Skye Watkins, married on Friday, October 30, 2015.  The wedding was complete with celebratory ‘cartoon-character’ style, as the Groom wore a Spiderman-themed tie. Although it rained in previous days, the wedding date opened up for the most beautiful weather for the occasion. Jason, surrounded by his Best Man

Notary Blog: Congratulations are in Order for Local Couple Married {October 23, 2015}

A local couple was married near a stream of Falls Park on the Reedy, right under the Liberty Bridge on the evening of Friday, October 23, 2015. Eager to have their vows completed and in the books before their reception date next month, the Bride and Groom confessed their undying love, honor and trust to

In the Upstate and Want to Get Married? Let Me Marry You!

“Your wedding should be nothing short of magical, where every single detail is perfectly executed, and the ceremony plays out as if in a dream. I would be more than honored to be there for yours!” –  Sonita When choosing an Upstate Wedding Officiant, look for someone who: Understands it is all about you, the couple;

Notary Blog Post: Congratulations Steven and Janet Fletcher

Congratulations to this beautiful family that gathered on this mild-tempered day to join in Holy Matrimony on the Liberty Bridge, Downtown Greenville. Steven proposed to his Bride on the same bridge last Summer, so the occasion could not have happened in a better place! Wearing matching Cabela’s caps (Wedding Notary Sonita Leak was dressed down

Notary Post: Introducing Mr. & Mrs. Patrick and Phyllis Kirksey!

~ Introducing the newly married Patrick and Phyllis Kirksey ~ Married on yesterday, July 14, 2015, they were eager to share their wedding photos (pictured below, Courtesy of BOE Photographer Latisha Miles).   We are honored! The marriage was performed at the Greenville County Probate Court’s Marriage License Division, 301 University Ridge, Suite 5600, Greenville, SC 29601.

Notary for Private Marriage Ceremony at Probate Court, Greenville, SC

Thank God the Bride didn’t show up in her scrubs!!! Well, it really wouldn’t matter if her potential Groom accepts her ‘as is’. The initial phone call for these nuptials was the best EVER.  One half of the couple called into GreenvilleNotary.com looking for a Marriage Officiant.  Notary and Wedding Officiant Sonita M. Leak answered

Notary for Private Marriage Ceremony at Falls Park on the Reedy

A private marriage ceremony between a local couple was performed at Falls Park on the Reedy River on Friday, April 24, 2015.  The couple was at wits end to find an officiant to perform their ceremony.  Interesting thing is, thanks to Ben Rea, “the breakdancer”, we had some good pop-and-lock music to marry them to.

Now Wedding Wire Rated – The Efficient Officiant!

The Efficient Officiant, Sonita M. Leak of GreenvilleNotary.com Receives Blue WeddingWire Rated™ Badge Greenville, SC – March 30, 2015 WeddingWire, the nation’s leading online wedding marketplace, is thrilled to announce that Sonita M. Leak has received the WeddingWire Rated™ Blue badge for excellence in Marriage and Wedding Officiant Services. The esteemed WeddingWire Rated™ program recognizes wedding professionals who have received positive newlywed

Bride and Groom-to-be Consultation at Starbucks of Easley, August 30, 2014

A consultation for an October 11, 2014 wedding was conducted on Saturday, August 30, 2014 at the Easley Starbucks located at 4839-A Calhoun Memorial Highway 29642.  Sunanda and Orlando are about to take the biggest step of their lives and I am excited to be their Wedding Officiant for the upcoming marriage ceremony! Applying for your Marriage License? Read

South Carolina SC – How to Apply for a Marriage License

South Carolina SC – How to Apply for a Marriage License To get married in the state of South Carolina, you need to obtain a marriage license. The following requirements apply to both residents and non-residents:   The bride and groom must appear together at the office of a South Carolina county probate judge and

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