Frequently Asked Questions

How do the Traveling Ministers work?

The Best Wedding Services is a husband and wife team. Our wedding ministers make it simple for any couple to be married.

Our ministers travel to perform weddings anywhere, any time. We have performed wedding services at dawn at the beach and at midnight in the Chapel. We even performed a wedding at the B-52s concert on the mobile wedding chapel. We are open-minded. Love is our religion.

How can the Mobile Chapel be used?

The Mobile Chapel is a fun way for all couples to have an exciting, fun wedding.

The Chapel can come to you at your location.

Couples can come to Shelbyville to be married on the truck by the lake, in the city park or where you would like.

Couples can be married on the road and delivered to their reception married.

The Mobile Chapel is also available for photo sessions before, during or after your wedding.

The Mobile Chapel makes a great photo opportunity for any occasion.

Who do you marry?

We marry all couples that wish to be married.

Where do I get my license?

From the courthouse in the county where your marriage takes place.

What do I need to get a license?

Typically you need both of the couple present, have a valid state identification and the fee charged by the county. Call the county clerk in the county the service is to take place. In Shelby County where the Chapel is located, the clerk’s phone number is (217) 774-4421.

Do we require counseling?

No. We marry those who wish to be married.

What religion are the Best Wedding Ministers?

We are non-denominational and here to marry those who wish to be married. Love is our religion!

Is there a list of things we need to do before being married?

For us all you need is a valid marriage license in the county in which the service takes place and a deposit to secure your date and time.

Who files the marriage license?

After the wedding, we will help complete the license and file it in the county that issued it.

How do we get our certified copies?

You can purchase them from the County Clerk’s Office where the license was recorded, either by mail or in person.