Is your ideal wedding one that consists of a small intimate group of people that’s both romantic and sweet? If so, the Beverly Hills Courthouse is a beautiful, intimate, and stress free option! Read on for more details on how to get married at the Beverly Hills Courthouse!
1) We want to tie the knot, what is our first step?
A marriage license!
There are two ways of getting your marriage license-
*Apply during the week to your county’s clerk office before your wedding day
*Do it all together, i.e book a 60 minute appointment on your actual wedding day and you can apply the same day + get married
*Within 90 days of obtaining your marriage license, say “i do” . As long as it’s within state lines, you’re golden.
*A county clerk, priest, rabbi, minister, judge or civil marriage commissioner will make it official by signing the license
*You will need to bring your marriage license back to the county it was issued in so they can record it and make it official! After that, you can request a copy.
2) When can I have my wedding at the courthouse?
Most courthouse ceremonies take place during the week as the government shuts down on the weekend. Currently, due to COVID19, you can have your ceremony done virtually and save professional photos for outside surrounding the amazing Beverly Hills Courthouse grounds. Here is a link on more info regarding the ceremony details.
3) How much does it cost to get married at the courthouse?
Marriage license: Depends on the type that you receive
*Public (record will become public once recorded): $90
*Confidential – $85.00 (Record will be closed, and not opened to public once recorded- must be living together)
*Other – $90.00 – For Denomination without Clergy (Buddhist, Muslim, Bahai, etc.)
Civil ceremony: $35
Witness (if needed): $20
4) Anything else I should know about getting married at the San Diego Courthouse?
A limited number of ceremonies are scheduled per day so that you and your fiance can enjoy your ceremony as privately as possible!
There is a charge for courthouse parking and metered street parking is available on the surrounding streets. For your convenience, the address to the courthouse is 9355 Burton Way, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.
5) How much does it cost to hire you to photograph our ceremony and portraits?
Weekday Civil Ceremonies = $500
– One hour of coverage
– Sneak peek photos within 48 hours
– 50+ images delivered 4-6 weeks after your wedding
*An hour of coverage is usually perfect to capture your time at the courthouse. If you want to capture any memories before/after the ceremony and would like to add additional coverage beyond an hour, that is an option too! See below to inquire!
A few links to help you on how to get married at the Beverly Hills Courthouse:
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