Who can perform a wedding ceremony?
According to Indiana Code, there is a variety of persons who can perform a marriage ceremony.

Members of the clergy; including a priest, minister, bishop, rabbi, imam, etc., may perform marriages. In addition, a magistrate, judge, clerk or deputy clerk of the Circuit Court or a clerk or clerk-treasurer of a city or town may perform a wedding ceremony.

For more information see IC 31-11-6-1.

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1. Where do I apply for my marriage license?
2. Who can perform a wedding ceremony?
3. What fees do I have to pay to get married?
4. What identification should I bring in?
5. Is a blood test required before I can get married?
6. What are the age requirements to marry in Indiana?
7. What is the legal waiting period to get my marriage license?
8. Where can I get a certified copy of my marriage certificate?
9. I have been married previously, do I need to do anything different?