Written by Paula Jones Last updated: June 6, 2006
Fancy a full‐on fairytale Disney wedding, or would you prefer getting hitched amongst Hollywood’s stars?
Why get married in Los Angeles and Disneyland?
Wherever you go, you’ll find beautiful weather and beautiful people. Hollywood is capital of the movie world, while Beverley Hills is thronged with stars. Disneyland, meanwhile, is home to Mickey Mouse!
Los Angeles is the largest city in California, set on the southern coast of California, 75 miles north Mexico and 400 miles south of San Francisco. The Pacific coast bounds it on the west and the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Mountains form the border to the east.
Along the Pacific shore, Malibu and Santa Monica are the best‐known high‐class beach resorts, while Venice Beach is better known for the bikini roller blade set.
A full‐on fairytale wedding is available in Disneyland, while Los Angeles offers a huge choice of sunny weddings. You can choose to marry in a chapel, in beautiful gardens, or star in your own blockbuster in Hollywood.
Ordained ministers of a church, judicial officers, clerks of the circuit courts and notaries of the state can perform legally recognised marriage ceremonies.
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US visa or waiver form required
Your licence may be obtained up to 90 days before your wedding date and you must both be present with the necessary documents when you make the application. See below for details of the main marriage license office. A marriage licence can usually be obtained on the same day provided it is collected by 2pm, and costs $25.
Main Marriage License Office
2400 Imperial Highway
Tel: 001‐562 462 2137
Hours: 8am‐3pm Monday to Friday
24 Grosvenor Square
Tel: 0207 499 9000
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