You’ve found the love of your life and you’re planning to say I do. Have you thought about where you and your future spouse will have your wedding ceremony or reception? What about where to get your marriage license. If not, don’t worry; your favorite Utah videographer is here to help. I’m here to share some Park City wedding tips to help your day go smoothly.
Here are some underrated tips for you and you soon-to-be-spouse!
Marriage licenses in Summit County are by appointment only currently, as well as courthouse weddings. You do need a marriage license in advance of your wedding, so make sure to book here. You can get this up to 30 day before your wedding.
“All marriage licenses are valid for ceremonies performed anywhere in the State of Utah within 30 days of issuance. If, for any reason, the license is not used, please return it to the Clerk’s Office. Do not destroy it. Refunds or extensions cannot be given.”
Should You Get Married Outdoors?
Park City boasts the best luxury wedding venues, if you are wanting to get married outdoors, there are many times you will have to get a permit. Please do this in advance! If you and your partner have a day set and want to get married outdoors in Park City, apply for a permit sooner than later to ensure you have the spot you want!
Many of the wedding venues in Park City have breathtaking outdoor venues and views. If you are set on an outdoor wedding, that may be the easier route
Finding an officiant
Many times couples already have an officiant in mind. Usually a beloved family member, religious leader, or close family friend. Tip! Make sure your officiant is licensed to perform the ceremony as they will have to sign your wedding license. Do not forget this step!
Your Wedding Videographer
My favorite place to film weddings is in Park City. It’s hard to have a bad film there because it is so stunning. I want to tell the story of you and your fiance’s love. When you inquire about my services, make sure you tell me you found me from this blog!