Wedding Ceremony

inmate in jail wedding ceremony

It is important for you to know that in most facilities, during the ceremony, you are not allowed to touch, kiss, or exchange rings with your fiancée.

The ceremony is done under the same condition as during regular visit. As a visitor to a jail facility, you are subject to all the jail visiting rules and regulations.
The dress code is the same as during regular visiting time. The inmate is not allowed to change clothes for the ceremony. Filming and pictures are prohibited.

If you hold a Confidential Marriage License, you do not need witnesses to the ceremony. If you have a Public Marriage License, at least one witness is necessary with a maximum of two. Call us if you need more information concerning Public and Confidential Marriage Licenses

Please read carefully the following paragraph about the very important ID requirement

I.D. Requirement

In order to obtain a marriage license from the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk office when there is an inmate involved, a valid acceptable identification must be presented to the County Clerk for both, the bride and the groom. If the inmate does not have an ID, please contact us to discuss other options. Below is a list of the acceptable IDs:

Passport from any country

Driver licenses/State IDs from any State or any Country

International Driver License

Matricula Consular with birth certificate translated in English

Resident alien card (green card)