Bock plans to marry up to 40 stakeholder groups during the ceremony. Twelve couples have already signed on Wednesday afternoon, the first day to sign up for an annual event.
Couples can register in the call (561) 355-2468 or by sending an email to email@example.com. Participants must obtain a marriage license.
At the request of the license is $ 93.50, or $ 61 for couples who have completed a course in marriage preparation.
This is the second year that staff from the center of croquet, a ceremony of the first sites in the county, has agreed to donate the use of the official site of the annual celebration.
The notary in 2011 Valentine’s Day event, 23 couples were walking down the aisle of the croquet lawn. Although 40 couples registered at the ceremony, some did not get their license in time, while others have cold feet or make other plans.
“The last day of the wedding was so memorable Valentine’s Day, we wanted to offer couples the opportunity for a more unique Valentine’s Day this year,” Bock said in a statement released by his office. “It is a marriage very special because there are many different partners from different backgrounds come together for a ceremony of its kind. ”
A total of 15 companies, including croquet center, has agreed to donate goods and services for the holiday next year.
Lucky couples will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win hotel stays in the area six years.
The bride and groom will also receive a champagne toast given by SandyJames Fine Foods, roses and flowers with flowers of heaven and earth, and sweet cakes Savvylicious appears.
No taxpayer money used to pay for this event.
“These community partners help make this possible marriage at no cost to taxpayers,” said Bock. “I am very grateful to the Centre of hook and local businesses who donate their services for free so that couples have to pay only the cost of your marriage license to marry.”
Petrovsky Vicente, owner of Heaven and Earth with flowers in West Palm Beach, said he agreed to attend the annual event about five years after receiving a call from the registrar’s office.
“We believe in love and want to support the commitments romantic,” said Petrovsky. “The flowers that people happy and want to contribute to this. We find that the best marriages begin with the flowers.”
For those looking for a cheap wedding, but do not want to get married on Valentine’s Day, the registry offers ceremonies throughout the year, the honeymoon suite. “Sensible Start Wedding Package” costs $ 149 and includes the ceremony, the license, photo, commemorative certificate and an online wedding announcement.
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