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Valentine's Day Special! 

Do not allow financial concerns to hinder you from declaring your love. Remove the burden of expenses from a traditional wedding and concentrate on what truly matters - your love and affection. Get in touch with us today and entrust us to officiate your virtual wedding ceremony online. In the state of Tennessee, a certified notary or officiant is authorized to perform this service.

Ask about our 25% off Valentines Day Specials!

Virtual Wedding Services

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At SWMA LLC, we’re here to help you celebrate your love in a way that’s meaningful and special to you. Our virtual wedding services allow you to have a memorable wedding ceremony, without the stress and expense of a traditional wedding. All of our online ceremonies are performed by licensed and certified officiants, and we adhere to all state laws to ensure that your marriage is legally recognized. We’re passionate about helping you create a ceremony that reflects your unique love story, and we’ll work with you every step of the way to make your virtual wedding dreams a reality.

As the demand for virtual celebrations continues to rise, we are thrilled to offer virtual wedding services to couples looking to share their special day with loved ones near and far. Our officiants offer personalized ceremonies online, ensuring that your wedding is memorable. View our different packages below. You can either get started by booking the package of your choice or contact us if you have any questions. 

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Virtual Wedding - Basic Package

Documentation & ID verification. Notarization, Signature, and Seal.  Declaration of marriage.

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Virtual Wedding - Extended Package

Documentation & ID verification. Notarization, Signature, and Seal.  Declaration of marriage. Exchanging of vowels and expressions of love. Words from officiant (optional). Background music (optional).

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Virtual Wedding - Gold plan

Documentation & ID verification. Notarization, Signature, and Seal.  Declaration of marriage. Exchanging of vowels and expressions of love. Guest attendees (up to 5). Words from guests, family, friends. Words from the officiant (optional). Video record. (couples may send a request form before start).  

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Group Virtual Wedding

Virtual Weddings we offer for special occasions and holidays such as New Year's Eve, Valentine
Day, and various times throughout the year. Documentation and ID verifications are done before hand. For questions about this service and bookings contact us first 

More to Know!

FAQ and things to know

**Currently, we are accepting Tennessee residents only.**

 

Before we can officiate your virtual wedding, you of course will be responsible for completing all state guidelines and having proper documentation before we can begin the  process.

 

Are online weddings even allowed and how do I know it's legit?

For many couples, the marriage license is just paperwork, a technical detail, and for some, having a properly licensed officiant to sign the marriage license can be a hassle. Regardless of how you may feel about these two aspects of a wedding, if you plan to marry in Tennessee, you’ll need them both – a Tennessee marriage license and a properly credentialed officiant. Also, Tennessee requires some type of ceremony whether it's a few minutes or an hour. It doesn't have to be religious-based. Subject, theme, manner, etc. doesn't make a difference. As long as the officiant is legally recognized by the state to do so.

Here, our officiants are certified online and in-person notaries. Your online officiant will be able to digitally stamp his/her state seal and signature and if needed, send in your documentation to your county's clerk's office.

 

How do I get a copy of your Tennessee marriage license?

You'll obtain a copy of your Tennessee marriage license from the County Clerk's Office to which you applied. In some counties, you can request a certified copy of your marriage license online. Plan to pay them the fee per certified copy with cash, check, or money order. You can also request certified copies from them via mail with the necessary requested information (i.e., the full names of both parties and the date of the marriage) and a fee for each copy requested, to be paid via money order.

 

Can you apply for a marriage license online in Tennessee?

You can complete a pre-application for your marriage license online in many counties in Tennessee. You and your future spouse will still need to head to the County Clerk's Office in person to finalize and pick up your marriage license.


What do you need to get a marriage license in Tennessee?

You and your future spouse will need to get your marriage license from a local County Clerk's office. Both parties must appear there together in person during the marriage license application process and need to bring proof of your date of birth (i.e., your certified birth certificate if you're between 17 and 21 years of age, or a government-issued photo ID such as a driver's license if you're over 21), as well as your Social Security Number for the application.

 

How long does it take to get a marriage license in Tennessee?

It doesn't take long to get a marriage license in Tennessee because many counties offer a pre-application online to save you time. If you are able and choose to complete the pre-application process, your appointment should be relatively short and sweet.

 

Are same-sex marriages allowed in TN and do you officiate those?

Same-sex marriage has been legal in Tennessee since the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges on June 26, 2015. Governor Bill Haslam quickly announced that the state would abide by the court's decision, and same-sex couples began to marry in Tennessee.

So yes, we adhere to the state laws. So if it's legal in TN, it's perfectly fine by us.

 

Is there a waiting period to get married in Tennessee?

If you're over 18 years of age, there's no waiting period to get married in Tennessee, but you'll need to use your marriage license within 30 days of issuance. Also once your ceremony is completed and your marriage license is notarized, you have three days to have it sent back to your county's clerk's office. 

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