Zoom Online Virtual Ceremony


Yes, you STILL can get married legally via Zoom online! No traveling and no waiting. While New York state stopped virtual Zoom ceremonies, we have found a way you can still do it completely and legitimately 100% legal. Each state has their own laws and some allow out of state residents and visitors to get married online, regardless of where they live. That’s right, you don’t have to live in the state that will marry you! So if you have a fiance in another city or another country, you can get legally married today by one of our out of state legal officiants. Yes, I know it sounds crazy, but it is approved by state law. We would never offer anything that would not be 100% legal and accepted by all agencies in the United States of America.

How To Get Married Today!

  1. Book our $200 Zoom Virtual ceremony option and make your payment. The time says 10:00pm, but that doesn’t matter. Select it.

  2. As soon as we get your booking we will send you a link where you will apply for your marriage license online. You both can be in any state, or even out of the country. You will pay the clerk a license fee of $70 and you should get your marriage license emailed to you the same day. You will need to take pictures of your photo ID and of each other and submit them with your application. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY!

  3. When you get your marriage license, you are able to now be married. There is no waiting period. EMAIL us to confirm you have your marriage license. LoveChapelNYC@Gmail.com and we will setup you virtual ceremony with one of our Officiants. Tell us the preferred time, but give us some flexibility.

  4. You must have Zoom application installed on your computer or phone. You must also have 2 witnesses over the age of 18 with photo IDs with Zoom or with you.

  5. Your Officiant will connect with all of you via Zoom. The 2 witnesses can be with you or separate, but the Officiant must be able to see all four of you and be able to communicate with all of you.

  6. The ceremony will last 2 minutes. You will say your vows and be able to exchange rings. The Officiant will pronounce you married and will file your marriage license with the Clerks Office.

  7. WITHIN THE HOUR, the Clerk will email you a copy of your MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, no waiting! This is a legal document offering proof to anyone that you are married! A physical paper Marriage Certificate will also be mailed to you the next day and will take a few days to get to you via the United States Postal Service. Show this to your immigration lawyer, your insurance company or anyone that needs to see the proof of your legal marriage.