Idaho Officiant Government Registration Requirements
Learn what the marriage officiant registration requirements are in Idaho. This page covers everything you need to know to legally officiate wedding ceremonies in Idaho.
Who can officiate weddings in Idaho?
Marriage may be solemnized by any of the following Idaho officials: a current or retired justice of the supreme court, a current or retired court of appeals judge, a current or retired district judge, the current or a former governor, the current lieutenant governor, a current or retired magistrate of the district court, a current mayor or by any of the following: a current federal judge, a current tribal judge of an Idaho Indian tribe or other tribal official approved by an official act of an Idaho Indian tribe or priest or minister of the gospel of any denomination. To be a retired justice of the supreme court, court of appeals judge, district judge or magistrate judge of the district court, for the purpose of solemnizing marriages, a person shall have served in one (1) of those offices and shall be receiving a retirement benefit from either the judges retirement system or the public employee retirement system for service in the Idaho judiciary.
Idaho Statutes § 32-303
Are online ordained ministers recognized in Idaho?
Yes. All online ordained ministers, including those ordained through AMM are recognized in Idaho.
Get Ordained Now
Am I as the minister officiant required to register with the Idaho Government?
The Idaho Government does not license, register, or certify ministers or wedding officiants. Officiant registration is not required in Idaho to officiate a wedding.4.
What Idaho office handles officiant registration?
The Idaho Government does not have any office that licenses, registers, or certifies wedding officiants.5.
How old do I have to be to officiate a wedding in Idaho?
All Wedding Officiants in Idaho must be at least 18 years old.