A young couple was carefully planning their upcoming wedding day. They were excited about professing their love for each other in front of their family and friends. They had taken time to sit down with a wedding planner to go over all the finer details they desired. They had met with their wedding photographer, florist, caterer, wedding cake baker, and entertainer.
They had taken the time to make sure they sent out invitations long before their special day arrived to ensure they had an accurate count of expected guest. They confirmed and reconfirmed their wedding venue. A few weeks prior to their wedding, the bride confirmed her wedding dress fit perfectly, and the groom verified the last set of alterations to his tux were correct.
However, the one thing the young couple overlooked, due to all the excitement and anticipation leading up to their special day, was filing for their wedding license. They realized they needed to quickly get this done to guarantee they would have the license on hand after saying their vows and “I do”s.
The groom had no issues in getting together the required documentation, and had even picked up the wedding license application to have it completed ahead of time. The bride, on the other hand, could not find her birth certificate. Unfortunately, it was not simply a matter of going to the county record’s office and requesting a copy, since she had born out-of-state.
At first, she thought she was going to have to obtain the necessary forms from her birth state, wait to get those, and then submit the required documentation. To her dismay, during the time she spent finding out what she needed to get the birth certificate, she was informed it could take up to month or longer before she would receive a copy of the birth certificate.
What was she going to do? With the wedding only a few weeks away, there was no way they could postpone it and put it off. If they delayed the wedding, they would risk losing the money they had already paid, not to mention it would impact their honeymoon plans. Luckily for her, her fiancé had heard of a much easier solution, where she could order her birth certificate online through Fast Birth Certificates.
The couple visited our website and found out they could use our online ordering form and upload the required documentation after placing their order. Rather than having to wait for the birth certificate to be sent to them through the mail, our service delivers the official birth certificate directly to their email, typically within about four to six business days, with our immediate processing option. The bride was relieved and happy she would have her birth certificate in time to obtain their wedding license before their special day.
For more information about ordering your birth certificate online and assistance, contact Fast Birth Certificates at (415) 528-2585 today!
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