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My daughter has asked me to become an "Ordained Minister" and

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My daughter has asked me to become an "Ordained Minister" and officiate at her
wedding. Question #1: Are the on-line offers to issue an certificate as an Ordained
Minister in exchange for payment legal? Question #2: Can I, as mother of the
bride, officiate at her wedding?

Hello and thank you for your question. For over 35 years I have answered questions just like yours. And I look forward to assisting you.

 

The answer to both your questions is YES though I can understand your hesitation and it may appear odd for the mother of the bride to also perform the ceremony. However, the following may also be helpful:

 

Minister Licensing Requirements in Colorado

In Colorado there is no government licensing required for a minister to perform marriage.

The minister does not need to be a Colorado resident, though he or she must be at least 18 years old.

Likewise, you will be required to sign the marriage license before it is filed and recorded.

 

 

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