Colorful Colorado is quite possibly the best place for a destination wedding. While the Rocky Mountain National Park is the most famous park in the state, there are hundreds of other state and federal protected lands throughout the region. As a winter playground, the mountain resort towns are perfect for an all-white event. As a superb summer recreational destination, the colors are plentiful and climate is temperate. Summer and fall are breathtaking. Before heading down the aisle, head to the county clerk to pick up your marriage license no more than 30 days before the ceremony.
Collect one picture ID, certified birth certificate and social security card for both the bride and groom.
Gather certified final divorce decrees if either or both parties have been married previously. Alternatively, a certificate of death of a previous spouse should be obtained.
Visit the Web site under the Resources section to find the location of the marriage license issuing office in the county where the ceremony will take place.
Call for hours and directions to the office you wish to apply.
Head to the county office with bride, groom, documentation (including premarital certificate) and at least $10 cash within 30 days of the ceremony.
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