Weddings at AlpineWe are honored that you would consider letting us help you with your wedding. Take a minute to browse this page. When you're ready (or if you need more information) you can fill out the Request Form below and one of our team members will get back with you as quickly as possible.
Planning Your Wedding
Wedding Date: The first step in this process is to choose a date for your wedding. Weddings may be scheduled Monday-Saturday as long as it does not interfere with regularly scheduled church events. A wedding may be scheduled no later than 7 p.m. and the building must be entirely vacated by 9 p.m.
Officiant: You are welcome to ask any of our pastors at Alpine to officiate. You may also choose an individual not affiliated with Alpine. However, the officiant must first be approved by one of the lead pastors. If you select an Alpine pastor as your officiant, premarital counseling is required.
License: The couple is responsible for purchasing a marriage license prior to the day of the wedding. The couple will be responsible for getting the unsigned license to the wedding ceremony. The wedding will not be performed without it.
If you chose to use an Alpine Church location, we will provide a wedding coordinator who is familiar with that facility and who has access to the building and supplies. They will help you think through the planning of your special day. Because each of our buildings is unique, our wedding coordinators will help you think through some of the best practices when it comes to set up, traffic flow, etc. It’s your wedding, and we will do everything we can to accommodate your request.
In addition to helping you to plan your day, the wedding coordinator will make sure that everything in the building is set up and ready to go for both your rehearsal and the wedding day. When you meet with the wedding coordinator you will have an opportunity to discuss the following: sound systems, media, photography, video, decor, floral, set up, dressing areas, restrictions and fees.
Because each facility is different, you will want to download the location-specific policy below.
Additionally, you will find a sample ceremony, sample vows and a couple’s survey to get you started.
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