We are a Colorado couple getting married in September of this year and are considering self-solemnizing. We are a non-religious couple (so religious ceremony is no issue for us), and would like for my uncle to "officiate" our ceremony. I also don't want to ask my Uncle to become ordained so as not to infringe on his personal religious beliefs . We have no qualms about completing the entire form right there at the courthouse and then bringing a framed copy to display at the wedding (Being married before the "marriage" is not an issue either.) I learned that if we were to move to another state our marriage would still be valid.
All good, right? Well, I am concerned that we may run into insurance complications if we ever moved out of state. I am also wary of any other unforseen issues.
Has anyone run into any problems having a self solemnized license in Colorado, particularly if you've then moved out of state? Would a certified copy be all we would need in case problems arise?