Mobile marriage licensing in Los Angeles from

Updated Oct 12 2015
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So you're in LA and you want to get married, like, TODAY. Enter Los Angeles wedding officiant Elizabeth Oakes and

Elizabeth is a non-denominational minister and notary public authorized to issue marriage licenses in Los Angeles. She's conducted weddings in four-seater planes, bait shops, limos, hip-hop clothing stores, In 'N' Out Burger, trailer parks, celebrity homes, hospital rooms, The Museum of Jurassic Technology, and about a bazillionty other places.

With the recent shifts in California wedding laws, Elizabeth has been doing a ton of same-sex weddings lately, as you can see from this gorgeous shot of her with a couple on the beach. One of's weddings was recently featured in the New York Times.

Elizabeth can do civil ceremonies, elopements, interfaith ceremonies, non-religious ceremonies, and just about anything else. And for those of you looking for a green eco-wedding, Elizabeth has got you covered:

I am in the midst of developing Zero-Emissions Bike Wedding services, for which I will bike to any local ceremony site on a two-wheeler, lead a half-mile post-ceremony bridal bike parade along the route of the couple's choice, and make a donation to TreePeople, our local urban-greening program.

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  1. Elizabeth, you are my hero. It sounds like your job is fun and rewarding and full of endless surprises and new experiences!

  2. very cool idea. I wonder why more people are not doing this. when you think about it, it sounds like a good business.

    I know that here in vancouver people will go to the top of Grouse montain to get married; but to do it anywhere it'd be great.

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