Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies

Oklahoma Wedding Officiant

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About Us

My name is Dr. Makayla Saramosing, and I am a wedding officiant in OKC and a licensed wedding minister in OKC in the state of Oklahoma. I specialize in
performing wedding ceremonies in Oklahoma City of all kinds for a wide variety of couples, including heterosexual, LGBTQIA+, cisgender and transgender couples of all ages (legal age to get married or older), nationalities, races, religions, genders, sexual orientations, disabilities, veterans and non-veterans, ethnicities, etc.

Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies

I can help you have one of the best possible wedding ceremonies available! No matter where you live in Oklahoma, I can be there! If you choose to come in from another state, that is just fine, too!

Call Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies Wedding Officiant today!

WEDDING OFFICIANT EVENT TYPES

Courthouse
Weddings

Courthouse $129.00 Courthouse or in Downtown Oklahoma City, Bride & Groom, Groom & Groom, Bride & Bride, 5-10 People/Witnesses.

Same Day
Elopements

Elopement Wedding $198.00 Courthouse or in Downtown Oklahoma City, Bride & Groom, Groom & Groom, Bride & Bride, 5-10 People/Witnesses.

LGBTQ+
Weddings

Courthouse $129.00 Courthouse or in Downtown Oklahoma City, Bride & Groom, Groom & Groom, Bride & Bride, 5-10 People/Witnesses.

Why Choose Us?

I offer the best service for my customers.

Great Experience

10 years of successful work and a huge portfolio of luxury weddings.

Quick Reaction

We easily and instantly decide to solve any issues that may arise at a wedding.

Positive Reviews

Recommendations of grateful newlyweds: video and written thanks.

Celebrating Religious And Cultural Diversity
Interfaith And Intercultural Marriages

I offer the best service for my customers.

People cannot control it nor their affections toward others. It is a natural connection, often a “click” between two individuals, who despite the imperfections in their partners, accept them for who they are and cherish them for who they are not. Despite the “love conquers all,” strong affliction to religious heritage, social stigmas, and cultural values, makes interfaith marriage ceremonies in Oklahoma prone to heartbreak and guilt.

At Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies, we cherish such soul to soul-connections and honor the courage it takes to love a completely different individual. At the same time, our experienced wedding officiant in Oklahoma and other staff, guide the couple via the premarital counseling in OKC on exploring their religious diversity, heritage, irreconcilable rituals, and events to the pave way for being united and respectful as a couple.

Are you looking for a special minister with a personal, gentle touch to officiate your wedding ceremony?
This is your special day! Let me help you make this wonderful memory last forever!

Location and contact

Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies is located in (OKC) Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma. Wedding Officiant in OKC
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Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies is located in (OKC) Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Wedding Officiant in OKC

Frequently Asked Questions

Of course! Whether you are wanting an interfaith wedding ceremony in OKC, a religious wedding ceremony in Oklahoma City, or a non-religious/atheist wedding ceremony in OKC, your wedding minister in OKC with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies will be more than happy to accommodate you. Each marriage officiant in Oklahoma with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies has undergone many years of training and is skilled at helping couples to navigate through any religious or non-religious concerns. 😊

If you want to be legally married with a marriage license in Oklahoma by a wedding officiant in Oklahoma City, then yes, you will need to get a marriage license in Oklahoma City prior to having your wedding officiant in OKC officiate your courthouse wedding ceremony in Oklahoma. However, some couples getting married in Oklahoma opt not to get a marriage license in Oklahoma.

Some wedding couples opt to get married through a common law marriage (CLM) in Oklahoma or Kansas, rather than via an official marriage license. When both members of the couple officially present themselves to others as married spouses and live as such, they are considered to have engaged in a common law marriage. The couple can – and should – fill out some paperwork which they can then file in when they file it with the court clerk. An example of this can be found here or hereOf course, there are also many other affidavits of common law marriage forms out there on the Internet as well.

No, under no circumstances does a wedding officiant in Oklahoma ever issue a marriage license. You can get your wedding license in Oklahoma from any court clerk’s office in Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Arkansas, California, or any other state or jurisdiction that allows for reciprocity with its marriage licenses for ministers in other states.

Your wedding officiant in Oklahoma cannot and will not obtain your marriage license for you. Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies and your wedding minister in Oklahoma City also do not store copies of your marriage license. The court clerk you get it from will keep all records of those in case you ever need copies at a later point in time.

Step 1:

You and your spouse decide to get married to each other.

Step 2:

Contact the chaplain at the prison you want to get married at. Prison chaplains no longer officiate wedding ceremonies in Oklahoma, so you will want to start the process as far in advance as possible with your wedding officiant in Oklahoma. Also, prisons usually allow for weddings once every spring and fall. If you are planning your wedding ceremony for the spring, then you should be starting the process the summer or fall before that then.

Step 3:

Find your wedding officiant in Oklahoma City with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies to travel to your location for your wedding ceremony in Oklahoma. With enough advance notice, many a wedding minister in Oklahoma can travel to your location throughout the State of Oklahoma for your wedding ceremony in OKC.

Step 4:

Have your wedding officiant in Oklahoma City with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies fill out the marriage form the prison chaplain will give you. The wedding minister in Edmond OK will have to list her/his/their contact information and minister’s credentials number.

Step 5:

The prison chaplain does the appropriate background checks on everyone, and then she/he/they either approve or deny the wedding ceremony in Oklahoma.

Step 6:

If the prison chaplain grants her/his/their approval, then you and your future spouse can move forward with getting your wedding license in OKC with the courthouse where the prison is located.

Step 7:

Please be sure you and your future spouse get your wedding license in Oklahoma beforehand, in accordance with the prison’s procedures. The prison chaplain in Oklahoma can easily walk you through that step, as can the court clerk in that jurisdiction. Your wedding officiant in Oklahoma does not issue your wedding license, so be sure to bring it with you and to get it beforehand.

Step 8:

On the day designated for your prison wedding ceremony, you and the wedding minister in Oklahoma City will both need to show up to the prison at the proper time. Be sure to bring your photo ID from the state or federal government, and do not bring any weapons or contraband. Otherwise, they will not allow either one of you inside and/or will cancel the wedding ceremony.

Step 9:

After the wedding ceremony in OKC, please make sure to return the marriage license in Oklahoma to the court clerk that issued it.

Step 10:

Please always be good to each other! Life is so incredibly short!!!

A prenuptial agreement, which spells out very clearly things like alimony, assets, etc., is not a requirement to getting married. However, some couples prefer to have a prenuptial agreement in place prior to getting married in Oklahoma, as it can often cut down on disputes and legal battles later if a couple ever ends up splitting up.

No, the Oklahoma County Court Clerk, among many others, ceased officiating courthouse wedding ceremonies in Oklahoma City for couples in 2007. Prisons in Oklahoma also require couples seeking to get married there to find their own wedding officiant in OKC, if they want to get married. A prison chaplain may not marry any couples anymore. Why is a wedding minister in Edmond, OK an official requirement?

Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies believes that judges and justices of the peace in OKC with the county court clerks and chaplains in Oklahoma prions stopped officiating marriages in 2007, because they did not want to find themselves “forced” to marry all couples – including LGBTQIA+ ones. Thus, couples wanting to get married in OKC must therefore find a wedding officiant in OKC to help them get married.

This may or may not be the case, but then again this is Oklahoma and anyone reading this knows this state can be backwards in quite a few ways of its thinking. No worries either way. Just call a wedding minister in Oklahoma City OK with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies now, and you will have nothing to worry about later about your courthouse wedding ceremony in OKC. 

In some limited circumstances, Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies may have a wedding minister in OKC to officiate your courthouse wedding ceremony in Oklahoma who can speak more than one language. Please contact a wedding officiant in Oklahoma City with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies, so you can discuss your linguistic needs.

If there is no bilingual or trilingual wedding officiant in Oklahoma available to meet the required language needs of your courthouse wedding ceremony in Oklahoma City, then you may always bring your own interpreter to interpret the wedding ceremony in OKC after the wedding minister in Edmond, OK finishes every sentence or two. Every wedding officiant in OKC with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies has made this accommodation many a time over the years, and we will certainly collaborate with you as well to make your wedding ceremony the special event you always wanted. 😊

No, no wedding couple in Oklahoma must have a religious courthouse wedding ceremony in OKC by a wedding officiant in OKC with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies. Indeed, many of our wedding couples are younger, agnostic, atheist, interfaith, or are LGBTQIA+ and have gotten incredibly disaffected with organized religion and its outright hatred that many such religious institutions spew forth.

 

Of course, for those who want a religious courthouse wedding ceremony in OKC, we have plenty a wedding minister in OKC who is more than happy to accommodate your every need. Whether you are seeking a religious courthouse wedding ceremony in OKC or a non-religious wedding ceremony in Oklahoma, our wedding minister in OKC will gladly help you get married in Oklahoma. 

You can go to any courthouse in OKC or elsewhere in Oklahoma to get your marriage license. As noted above, you can also bring your marriage license into Oklahoma from plenty of other states. However, for those wishing to obtain their marriage license from a courthouse in Oklahoma City or the metro, the following is a concise list of some of the most accessible local area court clerks:

Oklahoma County Court Clerk – Marriage License Department– Downtown OKC, OK

320 Robert S. Kerr Avenue

Ste. 409

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

73102

Phone #: (405) 713-1705

Oklahoma County Court Clerk – Marriage License Department – Edmond Extension Branch

28 E. Main Street

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

73034

Phone #: (405) 359-4515

Note: Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies highly recommends the Edmond, OK location above, for persons seeking marriage licenses from Oklahoma County, because they have no payment required for parking/no parking police, no metal detectors/security checkpoint, etc. Their waiting lines are often much shorter than the downtown Oklahoma City location.

Cleveland County Court Clerk – Marriage License Department

200 South Peters Avenue

#10

Norman, Oklahoma

73069

Phone #: (405) 321-6402

Canadian County Court Clerk – Marriage License Department

301 N. Choctaw Avenue

El Reno, Oklahoma

73036

Phone #: 405-295-6000

If you recently got divorced, then you must wait at least six (6) months before getting married again. This waiting period is good and healthy, because a couple should not jump right off into another marriage too quickly. Couples should take marriage seriously, which is what each wedding officiant in Oklahoma City with Lifelong does when officiating your courthouse marriage ceremony in Oklahoma.

 

All couples seeking to have a courthouse marriage ceremony in OKC performed by a wedding minister in Oklahoma by Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies must bring at least two (2) adult witnesses with them. These two (2) adults witnesses must be present at the time of the wedding ceremony in Oklahoma City, as they must also sign off on the marriage license.

 

In the event a couple is new to town, wants to keep their marriage secret, or perhaps neither person has many friends ☹, then our wedding officiant in OKC with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies can certainly help provide witnesses for a small extra fee. Please just be sure to inform our wedding officiant in Edmond, OK when you first book your wedding ceremony in Oklahoma City, OK. Our licensed marriage officiant in OKC will make sure you have all the witnesses you need for your extra special courthouse wedding ceremony in Oklahoma City occasion.

Of course! Your wedding minister in Oklahoma City with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies will always ask you if you both prefer the “traditional” vows or prefer to write your own. If you have never attended a wedding ceremony in OKC, the “traditional” vows consist of many of the same things you have seen on television. If you have indeed previously attended an OKC courthouse wedding ceremony in Oklahoma City before, then they are fairly like something you have heard before. The wedding officiant in Oklahoma can provide these to both persons upon request, but he/she/they prefer not to ruin the surprise. 😊

However, if you wish to write your own wedding vows for your marriage ceremony in OKC, that is simply fine, too. Please feel free to write whatever vows you want to say to each other however you wish. Some couples keep it all inside of their heads or speak spontaneously, while others write it on papers, save it on cell phones, or have special cards or scrolls upon which they write their personalized wedding vows.

Whatever your preference, the decision of what vows you will say is completely up to you. Please rest assured that your wedding officiant in Oklahoma City merely wants you both to be extra happy, so your wedding officiant in Oklahoma City with Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies will collaborate with you to make your extra special day simply perfect! 😊

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