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Osceola County to hold two group wedding ceremonies on Valentine's Day, and couples can still apply!

Love is in the air, and and you and your partner are thinking of getting married soon then the Office of Kelvin Soto, Esq., Osceola Clerk of the Circuit Court & County Comptroller, is hosting a group Valentine’s Day Group Ceremony & Reception in the Historic Osceola County Courthouse, and couples still have to time take part in the ceremony!

Osceola County to hold two group wedding ceremonies on Valentine's Day

On February 14th, 2023, couples who have registered will be married in one of two group ceremonies by Clerk & Comptroller Kelvin Soto.

The two ceremonies, one in English (10 a.m.) and one in Spanish (2 p.m.), will be held in the state’s oldest courthouse in continuous use.

The cost for the special group ceremony and reception is $50 (nonrefundable) which includes statutory ceremony and recording fees, a commemorative certificate, light reception fare, and photo opportunities.

Space is limited so registration is required.

To register, please ask your Customer Care Agent when you make your appointment for a marriage license.

Make sure to register during your marriage license appointment now through February 10!

Appointments for marriage licenses may be made here: Wizard Appointment -Service. Please note, marriage license fees are in addition to the group ceremony fee and are based on statutory requirements.

Plus, all couples couples getting married between February 1 and February 28 can enjoy a

Celebration of Love Wedding Ceremony.

During the month of February, the Osceola County Jon B. Morgan Courthouse Marriage Ceremony room has been turned into a romantic venue space in celebration of Valentine’s Day.

Couples will also receive a complimentary Valentine’s themed commemorative decorative certificate. We look forward to celebrating love all month long!

Local legends surround the Historic Osceola County Courthouse. The Historic Courthouse began holding trials in 1889 and is the oldest courthouse in continuous use in the State of Florida.

All types of cases, from chicken thievery and the selling of moonshine, to high profile murder cases have been heard in the Historic Courthouse building.

The building was added to the National Historic Register in 1977.

Historic Osceola County Courthouse


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