Utah Marriage Law
Utah Code 30-1-6
Who may solemnize marriages.
* Marriages may be solemnized by the following persons only:
(a) ministers, rabbis, or priests of any religious denomination who are:
o in regular communion with any religious society; and
o 18 years of age or older;
o Native American spiritual advisors;
o the governor;
o the lieutenant governor;
o mayors of municipalities or county executives;
o a justice, judge, or commissioner of a court of record;
o a judge of a court not of record of the state;
o judges or magistrates of the United States;
o the county clerk of any county in the state, if the clerk chooses to solemnize marriages;
o the president of the Senate;
o the speaker of the House of Representatives; or
o a judge or magistrate who holds office in Utah when retired, under rules set by the Supreme Court.
* A person authorized under Subsection (1) who solemnizes a marriage shall give to the couple married a certificate of marriage that shows the:
o name of the county from which the license is issued; and
o date of the license's issuance.
To have and to hold from this day forward,
for better, for worse,
for richer, for poorer,
in sickness and in health,
to love and to cherish,
till death do us part.