Elopement Packages in Florida
We’re currently booking in three locations in Florida: Tampa, Clearwater, and St Petersburg Tampa, Florida is a beautiful metropolis with so much to offer.
Tampa has equal parts of amusement, city and historic quarters. We offer several locations around the area that are perfect for the chilled vibe. Enjoy the green scenery, the pellucid blue waters, and endless whimsy. We offer options in the Ybor City gardens located in a heavily Cuban inspired area as well more intimate areas such as Fancy Free which can give off a total “hippy” feeling. Trust me, you will find something to fall in love with here in Tampa, Florida! Clearwater is in Florida’s Tampa Bay area and is known for sunny weather and some of the most beautiful crystal clear gulf coast beaches. Clearwater Beach on a barrier island, is a 3-mile stretch of white sand backed by hotels, shopping, and restaurants. St Pete: Now this is the place for round the clock sunshine! Sitting right between the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg personifies the heart of the state. Currently we offer several elopement locations to fit every need. Since this area is richly filled you can choose from a rooftop destination to a classic beach wedding. St. Petersburg can really spark romance and ensure your wedding is a dream come true. Sunshine 24/7 here, the city even keeps a tally!
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Florida Elopement Packages
- Includes personal elopement planner, 60 minutes of photography, permits & fees, modern officiant, and more!
- Includes everything in the epic plan plus cake cutting, champagne, mini picnic reception, and more!
Tips for Eloping in Florida
How to elope in California
To elope in California, simply bring a driver’s license or passport for both parties wishing to elope to any county clerk office in the state — weekdays only. Note that some counties in California will also require copies of your birth certificates for this process, so check online well before your trip to confirm if this is a requirement for the county you plan to elope in. While you’re on the clerk’s website you may also check to see if you can start the marriage license application online before you travel. This can shorten your eventual visit to the clerk’s office to finalize your application and help to avoid any unforeseen complications that might arise on the week of your elopement when you’re already far from home.
How much does it cost to elope in California?
There are California elopement options to fit any budget. The Golden State has plenty of possibilities for those looking to splurge a little, but if you and your partner are trying to be budget-conscious, you can certainly keep costs low. Your marriage certificate will cost around $100 and, if you’re eloping outdoors, there may be extra fees associated with any permits required to elope in one of the state’s nine national parks.
Where can I elope in California?
California is a huge state with so many different landscapes that it can be daunting to narrow down the location of your small California wedding. Talk with your partner about the kind of weather, scenery, and activities that bring you the most joy before deciding on your elopement destination, venue, and date. The northern half of the state is more pine trees than palms and it celebrates all four seasons out loud while the southern half of California has more of a tropical, beachy feel overall and fewer national parks. Both areas have plenty of perks, so it’s up to you to figure out what your preferences are before honing in on a location for your intimate California wedding.
What do you need to elope in California?
You’ll need to bring $100, one form of government-issued identification per person, and proof of any prior legal separations to any county clerk’s office in the state. You may also need to bring copies of your birth certificates. This varies by county, so do your research.
Do you need a witness to get married in California?
In the State of California, you are required to have one witness present during the ceremony. Note that there is no age requirement in California for witnesses, but any witnesses you choose will need to be old enough to sign their names on the official marriage license.
How long does it take to get married in California?
In California, there is no blood test or waiting period required, so your visit to the county clerk’s office shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes. As soon as you’ve completed the application process, the clerk will give you your license immediately and you are ready to elope. California marriage licenses are only valid for 90 days, so make sure you get your marriage license within the 90 days leading up to your elopement date.
Do you need a permit to get married on the beach in California?
All beaches within the State of California require a permit for wedding ceremonies, no matter how small. For example, if you’re getting married in the LA area, be sure to check out LA County’s beach permitting system. These permits typically cost no more than $150, but they won’t limit access to any public areas, so keep in mind that you might not be completely alone when saying your vows.