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.
Now that’s love! Two very ‘meant for each other’ people were married in our beautiful city of Greenville, South Carolina on this morning. I would like to extend a warm “Congratulations” to Lily and Noah for tying-their-knot on the shores of… Falls Park on the Reedy. Not wanting to take their chances of staying put
A local Boiling Springs couple wanted to get married. While traipsing through the Haywood Mall, they happened upon a very lovely young lady by the name of Felicia Moore Jacobs (of Dream Team Event Planners). It just so happens that the couple wanted to find a marriage officiant to make their marriage legal, with plans
Yes, I perform marriages. The couple called in at 6:35pm and by 7:35pm, the couple, along with mother and father of one of the parties in tow, were meeting me in Downtown Greenville. It’s lovely to be able to marry a couple in the middle of the day, but even better to be available to marry
~ 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.