Meet the Officiants

Simple wedding ceremonies or marriage license signings can be done conveniently and comfortably at the Mobile Marriage home office shown here.  From 10 a.m. until 4 pm on weekdays with some availability on weekends and evenings.  Due to space constraints, guests must be limited to four.

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Charleston’s Mobile Marriage has three officiants who preside at weddings in the Charleston and tri-county area.   All are pleasant, well-dressed people with a great deal of experience in performing wedding ceremonies.


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Mrs. Jill Kruger has been officiating for Mobile Marriage for 10 years. She is experienced with every facet of the wedding process. Her familiarity with the best locations in the Charleston area (and willingness to share her ideas and opinions) endears her to brides from all over the world.

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Mrs. Lin Lewis founded Mobile Marriage in 1986 and has been performing weddings for 28 years. She’s known as the “go-to” person for sticky etiquette questions and complex ceremonies. Lin’s humor and efficiency make her the perfect choice for any event.

There are so many beautiful locations in Charleston in which to get married that the hardest part will be deciding which one suits you best.

All of these locations can be easily searched; we’ve included links to many.

Consider a “carriage marriage.”  A horse-drawn carriage for just the two of you can be hired to take you to the gazebo at White Point Garden or other location on their prescribed routes.  We like Palmetto Carriage and Old South Carriage companies.  We will also marry you on the carriage.  See www.palmettocarriage.com or www.oldsouthcarriage.com.

Contact Charleston City Parks & Recreation (843-724-7327) to make a reservation at some of our beautiful parks, including the Pineapple Fountain at Waterfront Park, the gazebo at White Point Garden, the gazebo at Hampton Park, the Angel Oak Tree and others.

Waterfront locations include Waterfront Park, White Point Garden, area beaches (Folly Beach and Sullivan’s Island are the most wedding-friendly.  On Isle of Palms, the Exchange Club can be rented, it overlooks Hamlin Creek and a huge expanse of marsh.  The Outboard Motor Club has a large hall and outdoor area right on the Intracoastal Waterway in Mount Pleasant.  Alhambra Hall in Mount Pleasant is another popular location.

A lovely indoor location which also has a courtyard is the Old Village Post House in Mount Pleasant.  They offer fine dining, private rooms and attentive service.  Call 843-388-8935 or visit www.oldvillageposthouseinn.com .

If you are looking for a rustic setting, see The Stables at Boals Farm. Call them at 843.501.6339 or  e-mail at boalsfarm@gmail.com.

Magnolia and Middleton plantations offer wedding packages, but aren’t suited to very small events.  Boone Hall also offers a rustic location on the water.