Virtual / Online Wedding FAQ
Table of Contents
Questions and Answers
- What is a Virtual or Online Wedding?
- Is it Legally Binding?
- How Do I Get Started?
- Who or What Can I Marry?
- Can I Get a Virtual Divorce?
- Can I Find Out Who is Married?
- Where are the Beautiful Graphics?
A virtual wedding, sometimes called an online wedding, IRC wedding, or chat wedding, is an unofficial marriage between two persons or entities. Although it is not for legal purposes, it conveys a message of commitment and caring between the two involved. It is not a legally binding marriage, and does not fall under any regulations or legal requirements. It is meant only for the participants and their friends.
No, although an ordained reverend is informed about each and every marriage, the proposal, marriage, and divorces from VirtualVow.com are not official in any way. It is for entertainment purposes only.
You can get started by registering on VirtualVow.com. After you're registered, you can send a proposal or go directly to the wedding chapel.
At VirtualVow.com, we believe that love knows no bounds - so we don't discriminate in any way. Any two people can marry using VirtualVow.com. In fact, since there is no official rules, you can marry your pets if you desire it. In fact, you can have two pets marry each other, or you can marry your car. Love is universal!
We know it can happen - you don't want to be virtually married anymore. Well, in a process that is just as simple as getting virtually married, you can disolve the marriage. We can only process virtual divorces (not real divorces - see a lawyer for that).
To find out if somebody (or something) is already married, please check our records and archives section.
We know you want to proclaim your love, and you want to make sure everyone knows you're taken. You can put all shapes and sizes of banners and marriage proclamations on your web pages - we provide them at no cost. You can get your customized graphics in our graphics area.