Actual certificate will vary
Looking for the perfect personalized document to commemorate a marriage or renewal of wedding vows? We offer this distinctive, fully personalized parchment document, suitable for framing.
We include the names of both spouses, written in elegant script lettering, along with the name of the Wedding Officiant (who may also sign the document), and the date and location of the ceremony.
Personalized Marriage Certificate — Only $8.95
This keepsake marriage certificate is available to any Wedding Officiant. The document includes the symbolic golden rings logo as shown in the sample.
Please allow 4 to 6 business days for processing.
This souvenir certificate may be used to commemorate a wedding, commitment ceremony or renewal of vows, regardless of the date or location.
This document is NOT A MARRIAGE LICENSE. If you wish to obtain a marriage license, please contact your local county clerk, or click here to obtain a marriage license online from First Nation Church.
The following fields are personalized: both spouse names, the location of the wedding, the date of the wedding, and the name of the Wedding Officiant (ceremonial minister). In addition, a blank line is provided for the Officiant's signature; as such, the certificate should not be shipped directly to the couple.
The document is printed on high quality natural-tone parchment paper, and is suitable for framing. (Frame is not included with document.)
The perfect gift from the Wedding Officiant to the happy couple!
Please enter the full name of Spouse 1 as you want it to appear on the document:
Please enter the full name of Spouse 2 as you want it to appear on the document:
Please enter the name of the Wedding Officiant (minister, rabbi, spiritual advisor, etc.) that performed the marriage ceremony, as you want it to appear on the documentation:
Did you spell all of the names correctly? Are you 100% sure? (Just checking!)
Please select the date of the wedding ceremony:
We hate to ask again ... are you sure about the date?
Please enter the location (city and state/province) of the ceremony:
Did you spell the city and state correctly? Last chance to review the info!