Frequently Asked Questions

Getting married in Walton County? Here’s everything you need to know to plan your dream day. From acquiring marriage licenses to finding trusted wedding vendors and venues, we've got all the essential information you need for a memorable and seamless experience.

Marriage Licenses

Do I need a marriage license to be married in Walton County?

Yes. In order to be married in Walton County, you will need a Florida marriage license.

Where do I get a marriage license in Walton County?

Marriage licenses are issued by the Clerk of Courts. The Clerk of Courts has two offices in Walton County and one is located at the South Walton Courthouse Annex. For more information on marriage licenses, please visit the Walton County Clerk of Courts website or call (850) 267-3066 to contact the South Walton Clerk of Courts office by phone.


Planning Tips

How can I find Walton County wedding vendors?

Authentic Walton strives to maintain an updated list of properly permitted Walton County Wedding Vendors.

The Walton Area Chamber of Commerce may also be another resource. They can be reached by phone at (850) 267-0683 or you can view listings for local businesses online at their website.

What are "Preferred Wedding Vendors"?

Some wedding reception venues have a list of wedding vendors they require you to use called “preferred wedding vendors.” To avoid any confusion be sure to ask your wedding venue if they have a “Preferred Vendors List” and inquire about all their policies regarding wedding vendors.

What can my guests and I use to help plan our trip before and during our stay?

From golf and shopping to unique restaurants and outdoor activities, there is something to entertain the entire guest list while in Walton County. Additionally, South Walton’s 16 beach neighborhoods are just a short drive away, giving guests endless opportunities to explore while celebrating you.

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