Tennessee Marriage License Information
Information on Obtaining Your Gatlinburg Marriage License
If you are having a wedding in Gatlinburg, TN or the surrounding area, you will first need a Tennessee marriage license. The requirements to obtain this marriage license are as follows:
- Both parties must be 18 years of age or older
- Present a valid state driver’s license or a certified birth certificate
- Present a social security card
- If not currently a US citizen, provide a valid passport
- If either party has been divorced or widowed, you will need to know the date that the divorce was final or the date of death.
- There are no blood tests and no waiting period
- The license must be used within 30 days of issuance
As you can see, Tennessee is a marriage friendly state. Obtaining a Gatlinburg marriage license often takes only ten minutes or less. Your marriage license can be applied for and picked up from one of three locations:
405 REAGAN DRIVE
GATLINBURG, TN 37788
300 PINE MOUNTAIN RD
PIGEON FORGE, TN 37863
Saturday Only 9:00am-1:00pm
Located behind City Hall
125 COURT AVE SUITE 202E
SEVIERVILLE, TN 37862
The current cost of a Tennessee marriage license in Sevier County is as follows:
Out of state residents
The Sevier County Clerk's Office even offers the ability to do the pre-application online. Please note, however, that a marriage license is only valid for 30 days from the date of issuance, so don't do it too soon. After using the pre-application process, you will need to pick your license up from one of the three offices. Click here to access the Sevier County Marriage License Pre-Application.
Be sure to bring your Tennessee marriage license to your wedding ceremony. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the minister will complete the license and file it with the County Clerk. Your official marriage certificates will then be mailed to you by the County Clerk in approximately two weeks following your ceremony.
Note for Tennessee residents: You may use a marriage license from the county that you reside in. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the minister will mail in your license to be recorded. Depending on your county, you will either then be mailed your official marriage documents or will need to pick them up at your local county clerk. You will need to ask your local county clerk for the details, as every county clerk's office is a little different.