If you’re looking to plan a gorgeous destination wedding on the sandy beaches of Florida, look no further than Sea Gardens Beach and Tennis Resort. Our resort features unlimited potential with its beautiful reception hall and beachside wedding venue. Your wedding will be picture-perfect and completely customizable to make it uniquely yours. However, there are some logistics to consider when planning a destination wedding to make sure it’s legal. So today, our team has put together everything you need to know about getting married in Florida.

How to Get Married in Florida

Florida Marriage License

According to StateofFlorida.com, you can apply for your marriage license at any county clerk’s office and get married in any county in Florida, regardless of where you obtained your license. You’ll need to bring your picture ID such as a driver’s license, state ID card, or valid passport, and both parties will need their Social Security numbers. There is a $93.50 fee but you can save $32.50 if you complete a licensed Florida pre-marital course. Your marriage license will expire in 60 days, so you must have the ceremony within that time period. And, in Florida, there is a 3-day waiting period after issuance of the license before you can get married.

After “I Do”

The best part about getting married in Florida is you don’t need to go anywhere else for your honeymoon – you’re already in paradise! At Sea Gardens, we have a variety of accommodations spread across 5 resort communities, offering unique environments to suit our guests’ preferences. Whether you want a honeymoon full of rest and relaxation or fun in the sun, we’ve got a luxury location just for you. With fitness, tennis, pools, and a tiki bar on site, we offer luxury amenities and customer service every step of the way!

Start Planning Today!

At Sea Gardens, we not only help you plan the wedding of your dreams, we’ll also point you in the right direction to make it legal. Start planning today by contacting our event experts at (954) 943-6200.

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