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Miami: Beach Wedding or Renewal of Vows8 Reviews
Experience Miami's turquoise waters and sandy beaches - the perfect locations for a romantic beach wedding or renewal of vows ceremony. Meet your officiant on the beach and legalize your marriage or your renewal of vows in English or German.
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- Hold a casual and legal wedding ceremony or renewal of vows ceremony on the beach
- Say your vows with an English or German-speaking officiant
- Receive a rose bouquet and champagne toast
DescriptionGet married on a beach in Miami - a surprisingly uncomplicated yet beautiful experience. Choose between a legal, civil, registered marriage ceremony or a renewal of vows ceremony without any legal registration. After completing your reservation, get put in touch with your wedding planner/officiant to customize your ceremony and to finalize all legalities. On the day of the ceremony, head down to a very quiet, white, sandy beach in Miami. Meet your officiant who will have everything prepared for your romantic ceremony by the water. After you have spoken your vows to one another, receive a rose bouquet and a champagne toast. Assistance with legal marriage documents for citizens of non-US countries and a photoshoot is available at a surcharge.
IncludesCasual and civil, legal wedding ceremony or renewal of vows ceremony on the beach English or German-speaking officiant Rose bouquet Champagne toast 50 photos
- Citizens of most countries can get legally married in Miami including same-sex couples
- Prior to the wedding couples must obtain a marriage license at the Miami marriage office, this takes about 30 minutes and can be done any day Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM-4:00 PM except on US holidays for a fee of US$86.00
- Couples only need passports and the dates when a previous marriage legally ended
- Miami weddings are legally recognized with an apostille document in most countries such as the UK and Germany, other countries please check with your local marriage office in your home country first