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The Encyclopædia Britannica (Macropædia, 1976, Vol. 7, pages 166, 167) says:

"The law . . . is concerned mainly with the rights and duties of husband and wife and parent and child, particularly in questions of financial support." "In most countries today . . . the legal documentation of a marriage is mainly a registration of the event. So basically, in the legal sense, a marriage is the implied creation of certain rights or obligations such as maintenance, marital property and succession rights, and the custody of legitimate minor children."

The law may require that a couple have a blood test, obtain a license and take vows before an authorized marrying agent. In some lands, only civil officials, such as a mayor or a judge, may perform marriages. In either case a marriage license application must be completed at the Clerk & Recorder's Office (Recording Department) at your local courthouse. 

The person solemnizing the marriage shall complete the marriage certificate form and forward it to the county clerk & recorder within sixty days after solemnizing.
For that reason we appreciate that a wedding is "public business" and should dignify the important social step being taken.

Next we will consider the place of the wedding ceremony. 
Choosing Location.

Know how much your wedding will cost? Establish a budget using the wedding budget planner. Finding the budget planner, organizing tools and event management worksheets in Fimark's Wedding Planner & Timeline Organizer Software

Want to know what the bride to be would like as a gift? "My Wedding Planner" features a gift registry  available for all brides to be. 

Brides Maids and Groomsmen
When putting together your choice of brides maids and groomsmen you may wish your wedding party could be twice it's size. Fear not, there is way to go about the selection while giving  others  a major part in the wedding program. Choosing Wedding Party

So Many Friends and Relatives! 
The longer the list the higher the expense. How to get most if not all to share in your wedding day.
Who To Invite?

Fimark's My Keepsake Wedding Planner

This full color page book guides you through the wedding planning process and all associated events
 from engagement to
the honeymoon.

Complete with Timeline planning
guide checklists
and associated worksheets.


Wedding Night Planner
Honeymoon Planner
Journal and Memory Book
Scrapbook Photo and Flower Press Placements Signature His and Her Favorite Things section.

...Getting Excited?

 Just $29.00 

Author Mark Askew and his wife co-author, Brenda Marie have been wed for over thirty years. There's no question what inspired them to write Fimark's My Wedding Planner. Mark says, "If I am not officiating the wedding ceremony, Brenda and I are helping couples plan the reception and months afterward we share our experience about the many joys that come from making marriage work." Read more...

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