The tag is here:
The tag is above

AMM FAQ TOPIC officiating wedding ceremonies

learn how old you have to be to officiate a wedding in each state in the US


How old do I have to be to officiate a wedding ceremony?

In most states, wedding officiants must be at least 18 years old in order to solemnize marriage and sign a marriage license, which is the government-issued document that makes the marriage a legally binding contract. An exception to this is in Minnesota, where wedding officiants must be at least 21 years old to officiate. 


In addition, in states that require minister/officiant registration before performing a ceremony, you must be at least 18 years old to register (21 years old in Minnesota). 


Learn more about completing the marriage license in Officiant Training


See states where Minister Registration is required.

Officiate a Wedding in:

Professional Wedding Officiant Certification Course

Learn from the Pros to Officiate with Confidence!

Who Will Officiate Your Wedding?

Choose Your Officiant with our "Will You Marry Us?" Gift Package.

Signature Wedding Officiant Package

Our premiere package contains everyting you need to officiate like a pro.

Subscribe To Our Newsletter!


Become a Wedding Officiant with Our Free Online Ordination!