Be the author of your ceremony
However you envision your ceremony, let our wedding Officiants take some stress off of you by helping you create a personal, unique and memorable ceremony.
Since no two couples are alike, no two ceremonies need to be alike. Consequently, the old saying that "one size fits all", doesn't really fit at all. Our team of licensed wedding Officiants will help reduce the stress of creating a personal and unique ceremony that speaks of your mutual love and commitment.
A non-refundable and non-transferable deposit of approximately one half of the Total Wedding Fee reserves the date and time of your wedding ceremony. The balance of the fee is due prior to your ceremony.
$.0.50 / km applies if the Officiant is travelling more than 40km from the closest Enduring Promises' office to your venue, as listed on this website.
A valid Marriage License must be provided by each couple on the day of their ceremony. A Marriage License is available, usually without an appointment, at any local Municipal Office.
Following your ceremony, usually 8-12 weeks later, a couple can apply for a Marriage Certificate as one will not automatically be sent to you by the Province.
To get married in Alberta, a couple must apply for and obtain a Marriage License at any Alberta Registry Agent Office. The license must be valid on the date of marriage and the ceremony must take place in Alberta.
Your Officiant will forward the Registration of Marriage portion of the Marriage License to the government for registration. An Alberta Marriage License can be ordered at any Alberta Registry Agent Office.