Antique Ephemera Clip Art – Printable Marriage Certificate

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This beautiful antique marriage certificate comes from a circa 1880s book. It’s actually a sample of a marriage certificate. I love that it’s blank and can be customized so that you can use it as you like! I’ve included a high resolution printable for you so that you can download it and print it out. I also think each individual graphic on the page, could be used for different purposes, so I split out the word “Marriage” and the oval floral frame. They are both so lovely!
If you like this one… you might also like the “Family Record Certificate“, similar to this one, HERE.

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Comments

  1. Love this! I’ve been working on my geneology and will eventually do some scrapbook layouts. Even for the older ones that I don’t have a photos, I can remove the frames and use the rest of it.

    Thanks :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    Cooooool!
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Just lovely! thanks for sharing!

  4. These are awesome! thanks!

  5. How pretty! Love them!
    THANKS! :)

  6. When we got married almost 12 years ago, our marriage certificate met a tragic accident of spilled water in the back of my MILs car while we honeymooned.
    I’ve never gotten over that.
    Now I can print and frame this, and I’m oh-so-grateful! THANK YOU! ;)

  7. Love this! Are they editable? I need one for renewing our vows. We’re celebrating our 40th anniversary in July.

  8. So, am I the only one that can’t figure out how to fill this in? I am having problems with the bottom. Is the first blank the time? Second the state? The third also the State? I’m pretty sure I have 4 (the date) and 5 the month correct. I am missing something?

  9. So fantastic & totally fit our theme we were working with! Thank you for sharing! I had to make sure to pass it on (http://diy4mommies.blogspot.com/2012/04/vintage-theme-bridal-shower.html).

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  11. What a beautiful frame. Thanks.

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