Elope in Tucson

Elope in TucsonTo elope in Tucson means to get married today or tomorrow by one of Arizona’s favorite wedding officiants.

We travel to your Tucson location (home, resort, restaurant, park) to officiate your last minute wedding in Arizona.  Our attire is normally resort casual, but you can dress as you like!

We are delighted to perform a brief wedding in Tucson (civil or religious) or just take care of the paperwork to get you married. If you would like to elope in another Arizona location, no problem: Click here.

So, if you want to elope to Tucson, you have searched and found Elope in Tucson. We are professionally prepared and experienced to help you enjoy a care-free elopement wedding anywhere in Tucson.

DeGrazia Museum Chapel – Tucson Botanical Garden – Sentinel Peak Park (“A” Mountain)
Downtown Gazebo – El Presidio Park – Reid Park – Your Home

Here are the 3 easy steps to elope in Tucson!

1. Call our office. We will become acquainted, discuss the dates & times available, and all your ceremony options (civil or religious). You can be alone or have as many guests as you would like. Bring your own camera or we can recommend a professional.

2. Get your marriage license. Check out Arizona Marriage License or Marriage License by Mail.

Advice: A certified copy of the license is needed to change a one’s name at Social Security and Motor Vehicles. Pre-pay for the certified copy when you buy the license and they mail it to you automatically. Certified copies are believed to be free for individuals in active military.

3. Meet us at the chosen location to elope! Our fee is just $260, (additional fee if scheduling further out than 48 hours).

Call Phillip or Gwen Waring at 480-502-0707 (8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.)

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Arizona Ministers | Phoenix Wedding Studio

This isn’t just an inexpensive wedding, but way of helping you elope in Tucson. You can get married now without all the stress of planning a big wedding in Tucson.

This is a link to an excellent article in The New York Times.

Elope in Tucson

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