You can optionally add any of the following services to your package:

Tips and Tricks to your best Virtual Ceremony

  1. Book a fun venue for you and your fiance to enjoy during your virtual wedding. You can look into fun glamping sites, AirBnb or Hotel rooms with a Balcony for not only a gorgeous background for your ceremony but you can combine it with a little stay for a honeymoon!

  2. Add some beautiful decor such as an arch to round out your ceremony vision and create a beautiful customized ceremony space for amazing photos.

  3. Don’t forget that you can still have a little reception! Your family and friends can give beautiful virtual toasts over zoom and you can still do a cute cake cutting to share that moment with those closest to you.

Virtual Ceremonies

We are experts on ensuring your online wedding is a smooth and high-quality ceremony! We will ensure your guests get invited and walk you through every step of the way from booking to the big day. Getting married online is a very time-appropriate way to declare your love to your partner. While we are unable at this time to aid in ensuring these virtual weddings are legally binding in many states, we’re happy to perform symbolic, committal or vow renewal ceremonies.


What is a virtual wedding?

A virtual wedding is a wedding where the officiant, guests, and couple are joined together by a video call. Having your wedding ceremony virtual doesn’t mean you can’t have the extras like a venue, decor, flowers, live musician and more!


Is getting married online right for me?

Virtual weddings can be beautiful, but as described more below, the laws of many states don’t support them. However this can be a great way to have an amazing and beautiful day after you get your marriage license at the county clerk’s office. See our tips and tricks section below to see how to make your virtual elopement vision a reality!


Are online weddings legally binding?

They can be in New York, New Jersey and Illinois, pending certain guidelines are followed.If you live in a state that allows for self solemnization, such as Colorado, Kansas, Pennsylvania, and D.C., you can also have a virtual ceremony! We will have one of our officiants perform a symbolic ceremony, then all you will need to do is sign the marriage license with yourselves and witnesses.


In other states, to make virtual weddings legal, you will need to follow all local laws, which likely involve an in-person officiant signing their marriage license or legal ceremony at a local government office.

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It’s No Secret…

Traditional weddings are incredibly expensive and can take years to plan. When couples choose to elope, their ceremonies can be planned quickly at a fraction of the cost. But don’t take our word for it!