To officiate a wedding ceremony in Indiana, you must meet one of the following requirements as outlined in IC 31-11-6-1:
After the wedding ceremony, the wedding officiant must sign the couple’s marriage record under penalties of perjury that they are authorized to solemnize marriages under Indiana law (see above).
Wedding ceremonies are not performed in the Marion County Clerk’s Office. You can contact one of the nine township Small Claims Courts here for more information.
UPDATEIn July of 2014, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Indiana must allow secular celebrants be allowed to perform marriage ceremonies also. Read the ruling here.