If you plan to receive your Wakulla county marriage license, both individuals must visit the clerk’s office in person and bring:
The only exceptions to the 3-day waiting period are:
Marriage licenses are valid for 60 days from the issue date, and must be returned to the clerk’s office within 10 days after the marriage is performed.
Known for their laid-back atmosphere and rich culture of their small towns and communities, Wakulla county is a great place for couples to enjoy their wedding. Known for the “Wonders of Wakulla”, they are home to the World-famous Wakulla Springs, the Apalachicola National Forest and the St. Marks Lighthouse and more. These wonders provide an array of natural wildlife and scenery ideal for romantic wedding backdrops, elopements and honeymoons.
Some people believe that Wakulla is named after the Timucuan Native American word (kala) meaning “spring of water” or “mysterious water”. This makes sense since the sapphire water of Wakulla Springs is the world’s largest and deepest freshwater springs! It is home to manatees, alligators, birds and fish that can be seen from riverboats.