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How do I get a marriage license in Texas?

Couples applying for a marriage license IN PERSON must:

Appear together at one of the Clerk’s sever Vital Records locations. (County Clerks Office)

Present valid government issued identification with proof of age.
Fill out and sign the marriage license application.

Pay the marriage license fee of approximately 72.00. You should check your nearest count clerk for exact fee.

There is a waiting period of 72 hours befor you can get married but the marriage license lasts 90 days.

You may choose an alternative to getting married in the sterile and unpredictable atmosphere of a courtroom or office by registering for a simple and affordable wedding at The Courthouse Wedding Chzpel located on the North side of Houston,Tx.

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Our First Annual Fall Open House and Chapel Tour

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Open House/Chapel Tour

Join us for the 1st Annual Fall Open House/Chapel Tour!

Come wish Chaplain Pat Happy Birthday!. We have invited our Happy Memories Team, Our Cake and Hotel Vendors to meet and greet you at The Chapel. Chaplain Pat will also give you insight into the many types of Unity Ceremonies that you can add on to celebrate your new life together! Each attendee can bring 2 guests. See you soon!

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           RSVP to confirm your attendance

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Weddings by The Fireplace! A Very Short Ceremony by the Chapel Fireplace

Weddings by The Fireplace! A Very Short Ceremony by the Chapel Fireplace 15 minutes @ $160.00

No hoopla, no walking down the aisle, with or without rings. No witnesses required. If you are thinking about a Secret Wedding or planning a destination wedding, this is the Ceremony for you. Short but Super Sweet!
Ceremony will be done in the chapel’s reception area in front of our faux fireplace. Only 2 guests. No exceptions. Children are considered guests.  BOOK NOW

Getting Married in the City of Houston

 

If you are thinking about getting married this year in Houston, there is a new alternative to a stark courtroom or stuffy judge’s office. You now have an affordable , private and romantic choice. A wedding memory that will last you a lifetime. All you need is a marriage license from any County Clerk’s office in Texas. Make your reservation at  www.bookmyweddingnow.com and you can walk down the aisle with up to 50 of your family or friends surrounding you. Civil or Spiritual Wedding ceremony reservations are available 7 days a week and even on many special holidays like Christmas, New Year’s, Easter and Valentine Day. Show up on your special day at your appointment time and we take care of everything ,including filing your marriage license for you after the wedding.  Hard to believe? Check out our reviews!

Simple Sweet.Short.

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After You Get Engaged, What Next?

Probably the first thing a couple does when they get engaged is relish the feeling of commitment. Treasure this.

But pretty soon, there are some action items that need to be taken care of.

You need to tell your parents and his, preferably both of you together. Traditionally, the bride’s parents are told first, but this is not a requirement any more.

It’s a really good idea to purchase a journal. You’re going to have tons of memories in the next few months, and a journal is a way to keep those memories alive years after the wedding is over.

Have an engagement party. This doesn’t have to be over-the-top, but you will want to let your friends in on the celebration. Along with the engagement party, have announcements printed in local newspapers, mail announcements to friends and family, and create an engagement website.

Set a date as soon as possible. You’ll feel more “engaged” when you have what Dr. Laura likes to refer to as “a ring and a date.”

You’ve got to set a tone for the wedding. Is it going to be formal or informal? Are you going to have a religious or secular ceremony?

Also, you need to set the parameters for budget. If you and your fiancé are paying the bill, you need to look at what you can realistically afford. Think about your long term financial goals and decide what is really important to you. If someone else is sharing the bill, you need to talk to them frankly about what their limits are – and respect them.

You need to choose your attendants and get them involved in supporting you right away. There are likely some friends or relatives who you “must” choose, but where you can, select people who can actually help you carry the load.

Along those lines, talk straight with the principles about how much they can contribute in terms of time. If you are busy with work or school and can’t do extensive planning and others don’t want to split the load, you may want to think about hiring a wedding planner at this stage.

Finally, start looking at venues for the wedding ceremony and reception immediately. Popular venues are booked months in advance, so you don’t want to leave this crucial step until it’s too late.

But the most important thing to remember is that this is supposed to be a romantic and fun time in your life. Take time to delight in each step. And also remember to take time to enjoy each other. Let the wedding planning process cement your bond.

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Wedding Sex – Virgin or Not, It’s a Sacred Event

 

Question from Bride: “My husband is a virgin but I am not. I feel guilty that he saved himself for marriage. How can I make our wedding sex special when I’ve already had sex before with other men?”

Wedding sex is on a whole new level.  Traditionally, people were supposed to wait until marriage, but it’s more of a rarity among couples today.  If you’re a religious couple, chances are higher that you’ve saved yourself for an amazing night of wedding sex.

But it’s more than just sex, regardless of whether or not you’ve been romantically entangled with someone previously.  Wedding sex is the first moment the two of you will give yourselves to one another as husband and wife.

Even if you’ve already had intercourse with one another, wedding sex will be memorable and romantic and special because you’ve just joined your hearts in a celebration of commitment forever.

If you’re a virgin bride, you may have a lot of anxiety about wedding sex.  That’s normal and your groom will probably understand if you’re open about your fears.  The key is to make it an intimate moment.  Read some guides that deal with intimacy, not just the act of sex itself.

Make sure you take your time and don’t rush your intimate moments that night.  Wear something special for your wedding sex – lingerie fit for a beautiful bride.  Linger in your first moments as husband and wife.  And most of all – enjoy yourself!

Some couples even find wedding sex is out of the question after several days filled with high-stress, long hours and partying.  That’s okay, too.  No one said you MUST have sex on your wedding night.  You want it to be special, so save it for when you’re full of energy if you want to!

You may even want to have a ceremony before the intimacy takes place (especially if you’re worried about not being a virgin bride).  You can write vows only your husband will hear about devoting your body to him and he to you – anything romantic will do the job.

Most of all, just be you. Only Love Matters.

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