As one of the top Omaha courthouse wedding photographers, I cherish getting to capture the beauty of your love no matter where you decide to celebrate it. Whatever you’re planning for your special day, I’m excited to bear witness to your new beginnings.
After shooting courthouse weddings a time or two, I know they can be confusing to say the least. Lucky for you, I know the in’s and out’s of having a beautiful and intimate wedding at the Douglas County Courthouse that you’ll remember for years to come.
I’m more than a photographer for a courthouse wedding - think of me as your wedding hype woman and type-A planner rolled into one. From having a list of the best judges to get married with, to knowing how to sign your marriage license, I’m here to make sure things run smoothly so you can finally start the rest of your lives together!
You read that right! When you book with me, you won't just get photos. I'll also give you detailed instructions on how to set up your courthouse wedding in Omaha, NE and make the day go smoothly.
There are so many reasons to choose a courthouse wedding in Omaha! If you’re like many of my courthouse and elopement couples, then you’re ready to be married - like right now. You’re not interested in a long wedding planning process - you just want a relaxed, memorable day focused on celebrating your love and your life together.
With an intimate wedding like yours, an Omaha courthouse wedding photographer can capture the intentional magic of your I-dos close-up and personal. We have the time and flexibility to really capture the essence of the two of you.
We can capture every detail of your wedding, from signing your marriage license and the courthouse ceremony to your first moments as a married couple. Have a favorite spot in the city? We can take additional photos before or after your ceremony without having to worry about guests waiting at a reception.
Ready to start planning your courthouse wedding ceremony? I love guiding my clients through this process! Contact me to get the real inside scoop on courthouse weddings that scouring the internet can’t provide, or read through some most common questions below.
The most important thing you’ll need is a marriage license. You and your partner will head to the courthouse with all necessary personal identification (valid ID, Social Security number, etc) and fill out the marriage license. You can read all of the specific requirements on the Douglas County Courthouse website.
Yes, you can! There is no waiting period in Nebraska, which means you can get your marriage license and get married right away. Keep in mind, however, that if you want to book an Omaha courthouse wedding photographer or want to be married by a specific judge, you’ll need to plan ahead. I love helping my clients with this process to ensure your courthouse wedding goes as smoothly as possible.
Yes, you need two witnesses at a courthouse wedding ceremony in Nebraska. Many of my clients bring their parents or other close family members, or a small number of dear friends. But you decide who your witnesses are!
Absolutely! I would be honored to be a witness of your love and commitment. But keep in mind that Omaha courthouse weddings require two witnesses, so you’ll still need at least one more.
Yes, you can! There are some judges and retired judges who will perform weekend courthouse ceremonies. If you’re interested in a weekend wedding it will be especially important to plan ahead.
Contact me today to learn more about courthouse weddings and elopements
You don’t need to have a courthouse wedding in order to have a small, intimate ceremony. I love working with couples planning Omaha elopements, too!
Whether you’re dreaming of a backyard ceremony with a few friends or are planning a tiny wedding for two in a park or restaurant, let’s capture all the beautiful moments of your incredible day.
Elopement wedding photography can be as simple or as detailed as you want. Book me just for the ceremony or let me capture your entire day, from getting ready to enjoying your first moments as husband and wife. However you want to celebrate, I’m here to document!