If this is more than just an "example" - Congratulations!
There's a bunch of threads here on the subject and on the homepage under the blue bar near the top of the page there's a section for Marriage under Legal Issues that will tell you what documents you need. Off the top of my head I remember needing my birth certificate (original, not a copy) and a document from your county records office stating you're single. You'll also need your documents apostilled.http://www.peruthisweek.com/blogs-legal ... lle-103582
Assuming you will be getting married here in Peru, check with the municipality. Often times there is a requirement that the documents need to be from within the last three months to be accepted. Maybe it's three months before the wedding date - can't remember off hand. I'll look in my records to find the name of the official translator I used in San Isidro. They also handled getting the official stamps which saved me a trip from having to go downtown. It was a pretty easy process overall, but pay attention to your dates and how long it takes the respective bureaucracies to fulfill your document requests.