In a heartwarming celebration of love and commitment, Kelvin Soto, Esq., Osceola Clerk of the Circuit Court & County Comptroller, is set to host the enchanting annual group wedding ceremony on Valentine’s Day. In a generous display of the Valentine’s spirit, Clerk Soto will waive the ceremony fees for sixteen lucky couples, offering them a chance to exchange vows in a beautifully orchestrated group setting.

This year, the complimentary group wedding event will take on an even more inclusive and romantic tone, as Clerk Soto extends a warm invitation to already married couples, encouraging them to partake in this joyous occasion by renewing their vows. This gesture not only amplifies the charm of Valentine’s Day but also strengthens the bonds of love within the community, making it a truly unforgettable experience.

This popular, enchanting celebration of love will be held on Wednesday, February 14, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. in English & Spanish.  Exclusive to the group wedding events, the celebration is hosted in the elegant Historic Courtroom of the Osceola County Historic Courthouse, recognized as the oldest still active courthouse in Florida. 

The antique wooden venue space will be adorned with love-themed décor, providing a romantic ambiance. The wedding package includes statutorily required fees, themed photo opportunities, a commemorative print photo, digital access to all photos, a decorative marriage certificate, and one certified copy of the marriage license.  The celebration continues with a romantic reception immediately following the ceremony with sweet treats and whimsical love songs.

“Love is not only the foundation of a strong relationship but also a powerful force that brings people together. As we celebrate this Valentine’s Day, we are honored to be a part of this beautiful beginning for our couples. May this Valentine’s Day Wedding reflect an enduring love, joy, and the start of a lifetime filled with cherished moments,” Clerk & Comptroller Soto, Esq. said.

Registration is open through Friday, February 9th or until the ceremony reaches capacity.  Couples must register in person at the Osceola County Courthouse, 2 Courthouse Square, Kissimmee, FL, 34741.  All couples are welcome to join this idyllic wedding event.  Couples do not need to be residents of Osceola County to participate.  Given the anticipated popularity, couples are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible to secure participation. 

Visit for additional details about the event and to make an appointment to register. If additional assistance is needed, please call the Marriage Department at 407-742-3500 or email