The first step in our Blessed Day Weddings Planning Guide is to complete the basic information which will be used by Kyle as well as any event staff that may

need to utilize the guide as a ‘quick reference’. Let’s start with the easy stuff:


Email Address: 
Wedding Date: 
Rehearsal Date:



(Religious, Non-Religious, Spiritual) – 20 Minutes

Wedding Colors:

Opening Announcements:
Bridal March:
With us in Spirit:
Recognizing their children:
Blessing by Family:
Special Blessing of choice:
Vows:  Write their own or repeat after me:
Exchange of Rings:
Pronouncement of Marriage Presentation:  Mr. & Mrs.?

Processional Order

Rev. Kyle-On platform
Groom’s parents
Bride’s parents
Groom & groomsmen
Groomsmen & bride’s maids
Ring bearer
Flower girls
Bride & father/mother

Recessional Order

Bride & Groom
Ring Bearer & Flower Girl
Groomsmen & Bride’s Maids

Parents & Grandparents remain seated

Items to bring to your wedding ceremony

Marriage license
Items for special blessings
Balance of honorarium

Marriage License

You can obtain your marriage license at the Clerk & Recorder’s Office of any county in the state.  It’s best if you can both go to the county, and have your driver’s license with you.  No other ID is required.

Please inquire with the county where you have intend to obtain your marriage license, as to additional requirements that might be needed.

Note to Bride

There is inconsistency with the various counties as to whether you sign the license with your maiden name or your married name.  The truth is, signing with either name is acceptable to the county, but the DMV prefers you sign with your maiden name.

Some brides who signed with their married name have had trouble at the DMV, when changing the name on their driver’s license.

After your ceremony, mail the license back to the county and the county will return it to you a week or so later.  For more information and to locate a County Clerk & Recorder’s Office near you, go online and search for (county name) Colorado Marriage License.