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Connecticut Wedding Officiants

Find a wedding officiant for your Connecticut wedding. Religious or non-denominational. Choose from Priests and Clergy, Ordained Ministers, Justices of The Peace.

A CT Justice of the Peace & Minister

Make YOUR day the Best that it Can & Should be with Marie Tyler Wiley. As an non-denominational minister and a CT JP Marie has been as the Voted #1 Wedding Officiant since 2007 by Martha Stuarts Wedding, The Knot, CT. Bride, Modern Bride and Bride magazine. She loves to marry EVERYONE.

Heidi C. Keyes-Justice of the Peace

Let’s discuss your vision for your perfect day! I’m happy to chat on the phone or meet in person. I have a reputation for being responsive and will respond back to your inquiries quickly. I look forward to hearing from you and answering any question that you may have.

Mary Pugh- CT

Beautiful Weddings (including same sex marriages). Free Planning, help Finding Locations. Receive beautiful portfolio with customized vows certificate, and Photo DVD English, Spanish, French! I love making your day romantic and special. Please see my testimonials.

Tips and Frequently Asked Questions

Connecticut Marriage License Requirements:

  • Both parties have to appear in person to apply for the license.
  • Applicants must be 18 years of age or older.
  • A valid state issued ID, driver's license, passport, or military ID is required.
  • You need to apply at the city/town hall (clerk's office or vital records) where the ceremony will be held.
  • Non-residents also need to apply at the ceremony's location city/town hall.
  • From 16-18, consent from parent or guardian is required.
  • Under 16, a probate court judge must endorse the license in writing.
  • License is valid for 65 days.
  • Fees vary, but are usually around $50.

Get a marriage license in: Bridgeport, New Haven, Hartford, Stamford, Waterbury, Norwalk, Danbury