"Love is Love" Community Wedding Event

Free with registration

Couples will check in by 3:00 at the corner of Nuccio Parkway and East 7th Avenue and be directed to the ceremony location. After the ceremony couples are invited to walk with the Clerk's Office in the parade. The parade route is approximately 0.7 miles and lasts about 2 hours. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

Registration is now open! We are excited to host our Clerk's "Love is Love" community wedding on March 25th. The Clerk of Court and Comptroller, Cindy Stuart, will perform the ceremony at 3:30 p.m. Immediately following the ceremony, couples are invited to walk with the Clerk’s Office in the 9th Annual Tampa Pride and Diversity Parade. Couples must register with this QR code or the link below no later than March 17, 2023, OR until the 50-couple capacity has been reached. Registration is required to participate in this event. A marriage license must be obtained between January 24, 2023, and March 22, 2023, to participate in this event. Spanish and ASL translators will be available for the ceremony.

For more information regarding this event and requirements, see our registration form:

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