“We know that prisoners with strong family connections are more likely to succeed when they’re released,” said ACLU legal and policy director Rebecca L. Robertson, “and allowing prisoners to marry is one important way TDCJ can encourage and support those family bonds.”

You and your loved one deserve a personal touch regardless of your circumstances. Call Wendy today at 682-229-6838 or complete the inquiry form below and let’s get started on making your TDCJ-ID wedding dreams come true!

On July 28, 2015, the TDCJ revised Administrative Directive AD-03.42, [view AD-03.42]  concerning prisoner marriages. Under the revised policy, prison officials “shall permit offenders to be married on TDCJ property or contracted facilities.” 

  • Obtain Marriage License asap upon approval
  • Make sure your Unit Chaplain is aware
  • Wedding Rings cannot be exchanged
  • No one else is allowed inside unit
  • You must notify Texas Twins Events immediately upon receiving date from unit Chaplain
  • Agreed upon fees must be paid in full at least 1 week in advance of wedding