Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Signed, Sealed, Delivered.

The form that the Montreal court sent back needed to be signed by a witness in front of a notary. The Mister called a few places and they were all in the 40-50 dollar range. Thank goodness for Google because I did a search for a notary near my work and found one that was close by AND only charged 12 dollars.
The forms were signed and stamped in about 3 minutes. Imagine paying 50 dollars for that? I'd feel robbed!
So it's official. We elope in Montreal in just over a month! EEEEP!
I have a confession though. I cannot stop looking at dresses. This Mori Lee on the right recently popped up on my screen and I kind of love it. It's plain as can be and floaty. As we all know I will be retrying on the dress I bought next week. If I love it again then HOORAY!!!!! But if I still want to cry then....well this Mori Lee might be getting get an owner.


The Professional Bridesmaid said...

aww. i wish you would have told me. i could have done it for free!

Lysandra said...

Congratulations! I am so excited for you! And I love that dress!

Marie-Ève said...

Yay, so exciting!

Is all that paperwork needed because you live out of the province? Because I went through this just in April/May, and it was nowhere near this complex. (We booked a civil officiant who married us right at the orchard). We filled out two forms, went to meet with her once, paid up (400$), then returned a questionnaire about ourselves and our relationship. Done!

And PB, are you outing yourself as a notary? :-)

The Professional Bridesmaid said...

@Marie-Eve: Maybe, maybe not. ;)

Brandy said...

PB- Wish I would have known! Oh well!

Marie-Eve- I think all the paper work is because we are getting married at the courthouse in Montreal. It only seems like a million forms but I think the total was maybe 4(including the notarized one.)

Krista said...

Exciting, much? :)