Wyoming Officiant Government Registration Requirements
Learn what the marriage officiant registration requirements are in Wyoming. This page covers everything you need to know to legally officiate wedding ceremonies in Wyoming.
Who can officiate weddings in Wyoming?
(a) Every district or circuit court judge, district court commissioner, supreme court justice, magistrate and every licensed or ordained minister of the gospel, bishop, priest or rabbi, or other qualified person acting in accordance with the traditions or rites for the solemnization of marriage of any religion, denomination or religious society, may perform the ceremony of marriage in this state.
(b) In the solemnization of marriage no particular form is required, except that the parties shall solemnly declare in the presence of the person performing the ceremony and at least two (2) attending witnesses that they take each other as husband and wife. "
Wyoming Code § 20-1-106
Are online ordained ministers recognized in Wyoming?
Yes. All online ordained ministers, including those ordained through AMM are recognized in Wyoming.
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Am I as the minister officiant required to register with the Wyoming Government?
The Wyoming Government does not license, register, or certify ministers or wedding officiants. Officiant registration is not required in Wyoming to officiate a wedding.4.
What Wyoming office handles officiant registration?
The Wyoming 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 Wyoming?
All Wedding Officiants in Wyoming must be at least 18 years old.