How to Get a Marriage License

How to Get a Marriage License
Everything you need to know to make your union official on paper.

Amid the blur of organizing your wedding and honeymoon plans, it’s surprisingly easy to forget that you actually have to get married on paper. A marriage license is basically your permit for eternal love—the legal confirmation that you and your partner are free and eligible to marry one another. Sure, it’s paperwork, but it’s still exciting (not to mention necessary).
So where do you even start? The Internet will likely be your best bet here. Most, if not all, states have a government website with ample information on what materials and documents are required and the office’s contact information. (Psst… check out this helpful website on US marriage laws.)

Once you know in which municipality (city, district and county) your nuptials will take place, you’ll need to locate where to obtain the license. It might be city hall, the city or town clerk’s office, or the marriage license bureau in the county where you plan to wed. For example, in Connecticut, marriage licenses are issued by the municipal clerk’s office in the town where you’ll be married; whereas, in Iowa, couples may apply at any county registrar or recorder’s office. In some states, like New Jersey, you can simply download a marriage license brochure and the license itself to be filled out by you and your spouse-to-be.
Other than the physical paperwork, it’s important to be wary of timing. Some states require a several day waiting period between granting the license and your nuptials taking place. Also, most marriage licenses are only valid for a window of time—anywhere between 10 days and a year—during which you must have the ceremony, sign the license (together with your ) and file for a certified license and marriage certificate.
Requirements do vary by state, but they all want to confirm the basics: that you have proper identification, that you’re not currently married to anyone else (if you previously were, you need proper divorce or widowhood papers) and that you’re of legal age to marry. A good checklist of necessities includes:

• Birth certificates
• Parental consent if under age (usually under 18); you may also need court consent in this case
• Photo identification (driver’s license, state ID card, passport or birth certificate)
• Social Security number
• Proof of citizenship and/or residence
• Divorce decree if divorced
• Death certificate if widowed
With all of this general information in mind, we’ve listed the top 10 best US destination wedding spots and their specific marriage license processes! Read on to find what you’ll need.
Florida
• Fee charged, but it’s lower for Florida residents who have completed a premarital prep course
• Waiting period: three days for Florida residents (waived if couple completes the above-mentioned course); no waiting period for non-residents
• Issued by county; apply at any county clerk’s office
• License valid for 60 days
• Click here for general information, then here for clerks of court offices by county
Las Vegas, Nevada
• Fee charged; varies by county and required at time of application
• Waiting period: none
• Issued by clerks of local county marriage license bureau (Clark County); both parties must appear in person
• License valid for one year
• Officiant has 10 days to submit documentation after the ceremony
• Click here for all Clark County marriage license requirements
Maine
• Fee charged
• Waiting period: none
• Issued by county; apply from local municipal clerk’s office
• License valid for 90 days
• Click here for general information and here to filter by county, city or town
Massachusetts
• Fee charged; varies by town or city and required at time of application
• Waiting period: three days
• Issued by city or town clerk’s office
• Valid for 60 days
• Click here for general information and here for a clerk’s offices by city and town
Napa Valley, California
• Fee charged; varies by county and required at time of application
• Waiting Period: none
• Issued by county clerk’s office; both parties must appear in person
• License valid for 90 days
• Click here for all Napa County marriage license requirements
Newport, Rhode Island
• Fee charged
• Waiting period: none
• Issued by city or town clerk’s office
• License valid for 90 days
• Marriage must take place in the presence of two witnesses who are 18 years or older
• Click here for how to get a marriage license in Rhode Island
New York City, New York
• Fee charged
• Waiting period: 24 hours
• Issued by city clerk’s office; both parties must appear in person at one of the five borough offices
• License valid for 60 days
• Click here for marriage license info from New York’s Office of the City Clerk website
Aspen, Colorado
• Fee charged
• Waiting period: none
• Issued by any state county clerk’s office; both parties must appear in person
• License valid for 35 days
• Click here for all Pitkin County marriage license requirements
Tucson, Arizona
• Fee charged
• Waiting period: none
• Issued by justice court offices; both parties must appear together in person to
• License valid for 12 months

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Father/Daughter Songs TOP 100 POPULAR FATHER/DAUGHTER DANCE SONGS

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1 Wonderful Tonight Eric Clapton 1978 Ballad
2 The Way You Look Tonight Frank Sinatra 1964 Ballad
3 What A Wonderful World Louis Armstrong 1967 Ballad
4 My Girl Temptations 1965 Oldies
5 Old Time Rock & Roll Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band 1978 Rock
6 Stand By Me Ben E. King 1961 Oldies
7 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) James Taylor 1975 Popular
8 My Wish Rascal Flatts 2006 Ballad
9 When You Say Nothing At All Alison Krauss 1995 Country
10 I Loved Her First Heartland 2006 Country
11 Unforgettable Nat King Cole & Natalie Cole 1991 Ballad
12 Isn’t She Lovely Stevie Wonder 1976 Country
13 Can You Feel The Love Tonight Elton John 1994 Ballad
14 Make You Feel My Love Adele 2011 Popular
15 Over The Rainbow Israel Kamakawiwo’ole “Iz” 2003 Popular
16 My Little Girl Tim McGraw 2006 Country
17 Have I Told You Lately Rod Stewart 1993 Alternative
18 I Hope You Dance Lee Ann Womack 2000 Ballad
19 In My Life Beatles 1965 Oldies
20 Because You Loved Me Celine Dion 1996 Popular
21 Butterfly Kisses Bob Carlisle 1997 Ballad
22 Tiny Dancer Elton John 1972 Oldies
23 Just The Way You Are Billy Joel 1978 Ballad
24 Landslide Fleetwood Mac 1975 Ballad
25 God Only Knows Beach Boys 1966 Oldies
26 Could I Have This Dance Anne Murray 1980 Ballad
27 Forever Young Rod Stewart 1988 Alternative
28 Love Me Tender Elvis Presley 1956 Oldies
29 You Are So Beautiful Joe Cocker 1975 Ballad
30 You’re The Inspiration Chicago 1984 Ballad
31 Through The Years Kenny Rogers 1982 Ballad
32 Unforgettable Nat King Cole 1943 Ballad
33 Daughters John Mayer 2004 Ballad
34 The Keeper Of The Stars Tracy Byrd 1995 Country
35 Wind Beneath My Wings Bette Midler 1989 Ballad
36 I Do (Cherish You) 98 Degrees 1999 Popular
37 You’ll Be In My Heart Phil Collins 1999 Popular
38 You Look So Good In Love George Strait 1983 Country
39 Cinderella Steven Curtis Chapman 2012 Ballad
40 You’ve Got A Friend James Taylor 1971 Ballad
41 You Raise Me Up Josh Groban 2003 Popular
42 Moonlight Serenade Glenn Miller Orchestra 1940 Ballad
43 My Cherie Amour Stevie Wonder 1969 Oldies
44 A Whole New World (Aladdin’s Theme) Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle 1992 Ballad
45 Colour My World Chicago 1971 Oldies
46 I Do (Cherish You) Mark Wills 1998 Country
47 Tupelo Honey Van Morrison 1972 Oldies
48 God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You N Sync 1998 Ballad
49 The Way You Look Tonight Steve Tyrell 1999 Ballad
50 In My Daughter’s Eyes Martina McBride 2003 Ballad
51 Stealing Cinderella Chuck Wicks 2008 Country
52 Love Without End, Amen George Strait 1990 Country
53 Just Fishin’ Trace Adkins 2011 Country
54 Memories Are Made Of This Dean Martin 1956 Oldies
55 Fire And Rain James Taylor 1970 Ballad
56 Father And Daughter Paul Simon 2002 Alternative
57 It Won’t Be Like This For Long Darius Rucker 2008 Ballad
58 Thank You For Loving Me Bon Jovi 2000 Ballad
59 You’re Gonna Miss This Trace Adkins 2008 Country
60 Hero Mariah Carey 1993 Ballad
61 There You’ll Be Faith Hill 2001 Ballad
62 Walk With You Edwin Mccain 2012 Popular
63 Dance With My Father Luther Vandross 2003 Ballad
64 Longer Dan Fogelberg 1980 Oldies
65 My Funny Valentine Frank Sinatra 1955 Ballad
66 Daddy’s Angel Anthony Carter 2014 Ballad
67 There Goes My Life Kenny Chesney 2003 Ballad
68 Then They Do Trace Adkins 2003 Country
69 Wild World Cat Stevens 1970 Ballad
70 Drive (For Daddy Gene) Alan Jackson 2002 Country
71 Daughter Loudon Wainwright III 2007 Popular
72 My Angel) Lullabye (Goodnight Billy Joel 1994 Popular
73 I Turn To You Christina Aguilera 2000 Ballad
74 Shining Star Manhattans 1980 Ballad
75 The Blower’s Daughter Damien Rice 2003 Ballad
76 True Love Ways Buddy Holly 1958 Oldies
77 Shower The People James Taylor 1976 Ballad
78 Surfer Girl Beach Boys 1963 Ballad
79 You Decorated My Life Kenny Rogers 1979 Country
80 Daddy’s Little Girl Al Martino 1967 Oldies
81 I’m Your Angel Celine Dion & R Kelly 1998 Ballad
82 Love Of My Life Brian McKnight 2001 Ballad
83 Daddy’s Hands Holly Dunn 1986 Country
84 Angie Rolling Stones 1973 Oldies
85 A New Day Has Come Celine Dion 2002 Club
86 Daddy Beyonce 2003 Ballad
87 She Elvis Costello 1999 Ballad
88 You Belong To Me Duprees 1962 Oldies
89 My Special Angel Bobby Helms 1957 Country
90 Loving You Elvis Presley 1957 Ballad
91 Angels Among Us Alabama 1994 Country
92 I’ll Always Love You Taylor Dayne 1988 Popular
93 Times Of Your Life Paul Anka 1976 Oldies
94 Sweet Child O’ Mine Sheryl Crow 1999 Alternative
95 Memories Elvis Presley 1968 Oldies
96 Little Miss Magic Jimmy Buffett 1981 Ballad
97 Kind & Generous Natalie Merchant 1998 Alternative
98 Always Be Your Baby Natalie Grant 2003 Popular
99 Blessed Elton John 1995 Popular
100 Child of Mine Carole King 1970 Ballad

 

 

 

Planning your Wedding Ceremony 

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Planning your wedding ceremony is just as important as the reception details, and can often be one of the hardest decisions you’ll make. If you already have a strong feeling about who you want to perform your ceremony, this can be a bit of an easier task to check off your list. However, if you’re getting married in a place where you do not have ties to a church, synagogue, or local judge, you will need to find a wedding officiant. It may be beneficial to search reviews and testimonials from other couples for advice and to help establish credibility.
Before you begin the search, be sure to look into the laws of the state or country where your wedding will be taking place, as this may affect who can and cannot marry you.
Whether you have known this person since you were little, or you just found him/her on WeddingWire, the most important thing is that you and your fiancé feel comfortable with your selection. Some may even ask for a number of counseling sessions before the wedding day which can also act as ‘getting to know you’ sessions for the two of you and the officiant. Give some back stories to your relationship, and little anecdotes that will make the ceremony a bit more personalized. Make sure everyone is on the same page and that you are comfortable with what he/she is saying, and vice versa.
If you are averse to finding someone new, you can always have a family member or friend become ordained online (but again you’ll want to check local laws to make sure they can legally marry you).
Last but not least, don’t forget to have him/her sign the marriage license on the wedding day!

Nina

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Have a Low-Key Luxe Wedding


Have a Low-Key Luxe Wedding
You want your wedding to be elegant but easygoing. The latest trend in weddings is a perfect mix of these two styles.
By Nina Ross

A low-key luxe celebration is equal parts relaxed and exceptional, from the decor details to the cuisine. It’s the kind of party your friends will want to attend—fun with unique surprises and personal touches present in all of the elements. Follow these tips to pull off a flawless, totally balanced affair.

Perfect Place
Choosing the right venue is essential. Opt for a space that will allow you to embrace both casual and luxury decor details. A ballroom might be super-fancy, while an industrial building could appear a little too laid-back. An outdoor space is a perfect choice—the natural setting will appeal to your low-key desires and you’ll still have the flexibility to add elegant design elements. Historic buildings, vineyards and barns are great options if the seasons aren’t on your side. These specialty venues are in high demand (and, in most cases, low supply), so book early to get the best date.

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AWESOME ARRIVALS
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Color Cues
Once you’ve settled on a place, pick a palette that coordinates with the location and season. Pastels and neutrals, like blush, champagne and sage, will give your celebration a sophisticated feel. Use nature as a guide, especially if you’re hosting guests outside—fresh greens and even light browns can keep things from feeling too formal. To give your palette some personality, choose one pop of color, like candy-apple red, sunny yellow or robin’s-egg blue, to break up the softer hues. If you want to highlight the glam factor, add a metallic to the mix. Gold and silver are expected, but a rich copper feels fresh and is a nice blend of the two styles.

Enticing Invites


Round out your wedding style with a motif. Perhaps it’s a modern monogram or a drawing of the historic property where you’ll say “I do.” Your stationery is a great place to introduce this design. Then you can carry it out in other details throughout the day. Sending a save-the-date? Opt for witty or casual language to clue guests in on the fun they’ll have celebrating with you. Your invitation may be more traditional, but this first piece of correspondence should show off your personalities. Relaxed calligraphy, illustrations and touches of foil are all great options. Or add some color to the suite in the envelope or another unexpected place. An envelope liner and coordinating stamps are luxe touches guests will

Brides, skip the ball gown and go with a fuss-free yet elegant dress. A sheath or one with sleeves will wow while looking totally effortless. Add an element of opulence in your accessories, like sparkly shoes or stunning drop earrings. Choose bridesmaid dresses in varying shades of your colors or go glam with a metallic or sequined gown. Grooms have two choices: classic tuxedo or a more understated suit. Either works—just make sure your ensembles complement one another and that you both feel comfortable. Groomsmen should follow his lead with slight variations, like in the bow tie for example. If you want your guests to be outfitted in their best, request it on the invitation (“black tie welcome” or “cocktail attire will impress”).


Dazzling Decor
Flowers are the easiest decor element to balance. Rather than letting one color or bloom dictate your arrangements, choose in-season stems. Opt for big-headed, lush flowers like Juliet garden roses, ranunculus and dahlias in various shades. Then mix in non-floral accents like seeded eucalyptus, berries or ferns. Texture is the key here. If you’re getting married outside, choose flowers that not only look the part but can stand up to the heat. Hand-tied bouquets with cascading leaves strike the right balance between grand and easygoing. Opt for low, slightly undone centerpieces in gilded urns or mercury vases for a touch of opulence. If your budget allows, upgrade standard furniture rentals in favor of mismatched chairs and farm tables. Add sparkly or luxe linen runners to tabletops and go for specialty flatware and glassware (with gilded edges). The table finery will make a big statement!
Good Ambience
Lighting may be one of the least exciting style choices you have to make but arguably one of the most important. And if you’re planning an outdoor wedding, good lighting is crucial—you’ll want your guests to be able to see once the sun sets. Market lights, oversize lanterns and candles are great alternatives to spotlights. They’ll provide a nice ambience and ample light. Be sure all walkways are well lit to avoid any accidents. An indoor celebration can greatly benefit by the right illumination too. Oversize chandeliers and candelabras can double as striking decor.


Delicious Eats
Spirited sips and scrumptious cuisine are key party elements. Your choices can hit both styles, like comfort food presented in an elegant way (think: mini hot dogs with artisan mustard passed by white-gloved waiters). Let locally sourced, seasonal ingredients inspire your menu. Clever cocktail pairings, interactive food stations and passed treats (roving oyster shucker anyone?) will delight your guests. Instead of a signature cocktail, opt for artisanal spirits and a professional mixologist. The cocktails will be delicious and the resident bartender will entertain guests while they await dinner. When the dance party is in full swing, pass surprises like mini cheeseburgers and shakes or cotton candy, which can look luxe when served in gold cones on acrylic trays.

Tasty Treats


You’ll have to decide if you want your cake to feel extravagant or more laid-back—it’s hard to design something that hits both notes. If you want to glam it up, opt for a tall, multi-tier confection with a metallic dusting or a cascade of gorgeous sugar blooms. Keeping the look more low-key? Consider a naked cake with a beautiful, fresh floral topper. Either way, delight guests with unexpected flavor choices that reflect your personal tastes (don’t forget—it is your wedding cake!). If you two want to offer a mix of desserts, commit to one element for your cake and offer up another treat that’s more representative of your style, like cake balls, colorful macarons or pots de creme from mini jam jars.


Party Time
Let your carefree nature shine through in your entertainment choices too. Hire a nontraditional band, like bluegrass, funk or swing, to croon during cocktails and dinner. Then switch to a DJ for the main dance party. Instead of setting up a photo booth, surprise guests with a caricature artist. Source some inexpensive frames and let the jovial sketches double as party favors. Or really go outside the box. If you share an alma mater, consider a surprise performance by the marching band!

By: Nina Ross
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How to Get a Marriage License

Everything you need to know to make your union official on paper.

Amid the blur of organizing your wedding and honeymoon plans, it’s surprisingly easy to forget that you actually have to get married on paper. A marriage license is basically your permit for eternal love—the legal confirmation that you and your partner are free and eligible to marry one another. Sure, it’s paperwork, but it’s still exciting (not to mention necessary).
So where do you even start? The Internet will likely be your best bet here. Most, if not all, states have a government website with ample information on what materials and documents are required and the office’s contact information. (Psst… check out this helpful website on US marriage laws.)

Once you know in which municipality (city, district and county) your nuptials will take place, you’ll need to locate where to obtain the license. It might be city hall, the city or town clerk’s office, or the marriage license bureau in the county where you plan to wed. For example, in Connecticut, marriage licenses are issued by the municipal clerk’s office in the town where you’ll be married; whereas, in Iowa, couples may apply at any county registrar or recorder’s office. In some states, like New Jersey, you can simply download a marriage license brochure and the license itself to be filled out by you and your spouse-to-be.
Other than the physical paperwork, it’s important to be wary of timing. Some states require a several day waiting period between granting the license and your nuptials taking place. Also, most marriage licenses are only valid for a window of time—anywhere between 10 days and a year—during which you must have the ceremony, sign the license (together with your ) and file for a certified license and marriage certificate.
Requirements do vary by state, but they all want to confirm the basics: that you have proper identification, that you’re not currently married to anyone else (if you previously were, you need proper divorce or widowhood papers) and that you’re of legal age to marry. A good checklist of necessities includes:

• Birth certificates
• Parental consent if under age (usually under 18); you may also need court consent in this case
• Photo identification (driver’s license, state ID card, passport or birth certificate)
• Social Security number
• Proof of citizenship and/or residence
• Divorce decree if divorced
• Death certificate if widowed
With all of this general information in mind, we’ve listed the top 10 best US destination wedding spots and their specific marriage license processes! Read on to find what you’ll need.
Florida
• Fee charged, but it’s lower for Florida residents who have completed a premarital prep course
• Waiting period: three days for Florida residents (waived if couple completes the above-mentioned course); no waiting period for non-residents
• Issued by county; apply at any county clerk’s office
• License valid for 60 days
• Click here for general information, then here for clerks of court offices by county
Las Vegas, Nevada
• Fee charged; varies by county and required at time of application
• Waiting period: none
• Issued by clerks of local county marriage license bureau (Clark County); both parties must appear in person
• License valid for one year
• Officiant has 10 days to submit documentation after the ceremony
• Click here for all Clark County marriage license requirements
Maine
• Fee charged
• Waiting period: none
• Issued by county; apply from local municipal clerk’s office
• License valid for 90 days
• Click here for general information and here to filter by county, city or town
Massachusetts
• Fee charged; varies by town or city and required at time of application
• Waiting period: three days
• Issued by city or town clerk’s office
• Valid for 60 days
• Click here for general information and here for a clerk’s offices by city and town
Napa Valley, California
• Fee charged; varies by county and required at time of application
• Waiting Period: none
• Issued by county clerk’s office; both parties must appear in person
• License valid for 90 days
• Click here for all Napa County marriage license requirements
Newport, Rhode Island
• Fee charged
• Waiting period: none
• Issued by city or town clerk’s office
• License valid for 90 days
• Marriage must take place in the presence of two witnesses who are 18 years or older
• Click here for how to get a marriage license in Rhode Island
New York City, New York
• Fee charged
• Waiting period: 24 hours
• Issued by city clerk’s office; both parties must appear in person at one of the five borough offices
• License valid for 60 days
• Click here for marriage license info from New York’s Office of the City Clerk website
Aspen, Colorado
• Fee charged
• Waiting period: none
• Issued by any state county clerk’s office; both parties must appear in person
• License valid for 35 days
• Click here for all Pitkin County marriage license requirements
Tucson, Arizona
• Fee charged
• Waiting period: none
• Issued by justice court offices; both parties must appear together in person to
• License valid for 12 months

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I am a wedding officiant and I will try to explain why the fee’s are the way they are. 1 First it is much much more than 30 minutes of work if you hire a professional wedding officiant. 2. I personally have never officiated two weddings the same. Every ceremony is designed for the couple. 3. You can incorporate so many things into a ceremony. From a hand blessing, hand fasting, roses for mothers, sand ceremony, unity candle ceremony, wine ceremony and tons more including couples with children and special mentions for couples with deceased parents. 4. Your family, friends, co-workers are all watching this entire ceremony. Do you want a 5 min. ceremony they offer at the courthouse or a beautiful ceremony with memories? 5. Your officiant spends hours behind the scenes writing ceremonies, spends travel time, gas, wear and tear on the vehicle, and don’t forget they have license fee’s, taxes, and all related business fee’s. Just like any other business. (con’t)

(con’t) Your Officiant arrives early, makes sure everything is ready and your ceremony runs smoothly and then another trip to file your license Your Officiant must have a good public speaking voice and keep your guests interested and involved. The ceremony is the beginning of your wedding celebration. It honestly sets the tone for the entire day. If it doesn’t go well your guests will carry it right into the reception and it will be the topic of conversation for quite some time trust me. Have you ever gotten all dressed up, all excited about going to see a movie or play it was a big disappointment? You remember it for a long time. That is exactly how your guests feel when they go to a dog and pony show. Is that what you want for a memory of your most special, beautiful day? The ceremony is the reason for the gown, the flowers, the reception.

How Much Does It Cost to Change Your Name After the Wedding? 

The Knot Wedding Services• Ideas + EtiquetteHow Much Does It Cost to Change Your Name After the Wedding? Make it easy on yourself—and your wallet—by reading these tips now. If you’re one of the 81 percent of newlywed…

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How Much Does It Cost to Change Your Name After the Wedding? 

• Ideas + EtiquetteHow Much Does It Cost to Change Your Name After the Wedding?

Make it easy on yourself—and your wallet—by reading these tips now.
If you’re one of the 81 percent of newlywed brides who, according to theknotweddingservices.com take their spouse’s name after the wedding, we hate to break it to you, but your job isn’t quite done after you sign your marriage license. Find out how much each step in the process will cost you—and get a few hints and tricks to help you along the way—below.

Passport

To determine how much you’ll be spending on a new passport, take a look at the issue date. If it was issued less than a year ago, there aren’t any fees associated with changing your name (unless you want to pay an extra $60 for expedited service, in which case you’ll get your documents in three weeks). If your passport is more than a year old, you’ll have to pay for new documents to be processed. Expect to wait four to six weeks for your passport to come in the mail, so if you have a big vacation planned (or, ahem, your honeymoon) wait to change these until after you come back.
Cost to Change Name: $140 for a passport book and card, $110 for just a passport book, $30 for just a passport card, and an additional $60 for expedited shipping

Social Security Card

While some websites can charge about $30 to make changes to your Social Security card, let it be known that the Social Security Administration will send you a new card with your new name for free. Simply fill out the form online (you can find it on the administration’s website), and send or bring it to your local Social Security office. Done and done.

Cost to Change Name: $0

Driver’s License

The cost varies depending on the jurisdiction and state, but it typically comes in at less than $50. The real hassle is digging up every form of identification you can find—then waiting in line at the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Cost to Change Name: Depends on where you live.

If all of these steps sound like a bit of a pain, why not try a less complicated approach?

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40 Best Wedding Songs

 

 “Happy,” Pharrell Williams “I Gotta Feeling,” The Black Eyed Peas “I Do,” Colbie Caillat “Dancing in the Moonlight,” Toploader “Rude,” Magic! “Boom Clap,” Charli XCX “All My Life,” K-Ci & JoJo “Drunk in Love,” Beyoncé and Jay Z “Dreams,” The Cranberries “(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You,” *NSYNC […]

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