I just went into panic mode! My wedding is next Sunday and we have everything pretty much in order. I was researching the marriage license guidelines for the state of oregon and came across thier officiant requirements. It says that they have to be a judge, county clerk or A religious leader who is authorized by a religious congregation/organization.
My fiances grandmother is the one who is officiating our wedding. She is an ordained minister, that she got online years ago, and has performed multiple weddings in california. She says that her license is good for all states and we just assumed everything would be fine.
But now im freakin out!
will oregon recognize her as a valid "religious congregation/organization"...?
Has anyone used an officiant that was ordained online for their oregon wedding?