Your Wedding Day!
As an ordered minister, I will conduct your ceremony the way you always dreamed. You can write your vows, dictate the sermon, or choose from a variety of the most frequently selected scripts, and watch the magic of the day evolve around you with elegance, and deep meaning, creating the ultimate memory of a dream come true.
This is the day you'll promise your significant other companionship on a life-long journey. This is one of the most important decisions you'll make in your life.
You should celebrate!
Rejoice with your friends and family, with the ceremony of your dreams.
I also do non-religious ceremonies as notary public.
I provide the required Premarital Courses (Minimum requirement of 4 hour course free with wedding ceremony). For verification, view the county's premarital course provided search system https://www2.miami-dadeclerk.com/MLSWeb/ you can find me listed as Laraine Moscoso/Universal Life Church
Marriage License Information for Miami-Dade:
To get a marriage license in Florida, the couple must apply in person at the clerk's office: 601 NW 1 Court, Miami Fl. 33136 or call 305-275-1155 for other locations. If one or both of the applicants are under 18 years of age, additional requirements apply.
All applicants must have:
- One valid identification (with picture, signature, and date of birth) a Driver License issued by any state in the U.S., Passport, a U.S. Military ID, Alien Registration Card, or State of Florida ID issued by DMV are acceptable.
- All U.S. citizens and residents must provide their Social Security Number.
- Non-U.S. Citizens may provide one of the following valid Identifications: Alien Registration Card, US State issued Driver's License, or Passport if they do not have a Social Security Number.
- If either applicant has been married before, they must provide the exact date of the last divorce, or death or annulment of prior marriage.
"You know you're in love when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.” —Dr. Seuss
“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” —Lao Tzu