Free wedding ceremonies will be taking place between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. local time at the Fulton County Probate Court on Oct. 31
A courthouse in Georgia is offering free weddings on Halloween!
On Tuesday, Fulton County Probate Court shared a poster on Instagram that revealed that they will be offering free ceremonies on Oct. 31.
The poster, which read “Till Death Do Us Part” added that “Halloween Wedding Ceremonies” will be taking place between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. local time on the second floor of the historic Lewis Slaton Courthouse on 136 Pryor Street SW in Atlanta.
"Probate Court was already seeing record numbers weekly since we resumed offering free wedding ceremonies on Fridays after the pandemic," Judge Kenya Johnson said in a statement, per local Atlanta affiliate Fox 5.
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"Then, we began seeing couples getting married in costume on Friday, Oct. 13,” the judge continued. “By the time we received our third request for a Halloween costume wedding ceremony, I realized that non-traditional weddings were ‘a thing,’ and that we as a court should have some fun with it."
Although the poster reads “costumes welcomed,” Judge Johnson stated per Fox 5 that couples don’t have to dress up to get married on the day.
Fulton County Probate Court is no stranger to providing free weddings. Since August 4, 2023, the courthouse has offered free wedding ceremonies every Friday for couples with a Fulton County marriage license.
“With no appointment needed, any happy couple will be able to celebrate the joy of their love every Friday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.,” the Fulton County Probate Court website read. “Those exchanging vows are allowed to invite up to 6 guests to witness their wedding.”
In February 2022, the courthouse also offered free ceremonies on Valentine’s Day. “Step one is to purchase a marriage license for $56 then the next step is to say ‘I do,’ " Judge Johnson said in a video on Instagram at the time.
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