18 Jul 2017
July 18, 2017

Performed a Ceremony, Loved Doing It, Want More

In many of our previous blog posts, we discuss the importance of the task of Officiating a wedding ceremony and how, if a friend or family member being asked isn’t really sure they want to do it, they shouldn’t, or at least shouldn’t say yes without some further thinking and research.   We also discuss the.. read more →

14 Jul 2017
July 14, 2017

5 Ways Officiant Can Help with Better Ceremony Pictures

In previous blog posts I talked about how the Officiant, even if they are a friend or family member, needs to understand that from the time the procession begins until the recession is over, they are in charge of the “moment”.   This means that they control not only the words and the emotions, but also.. read more →

04 Jul 2017
July 4, 2017

5 Ways to Avoid Issues – Asking a Friend or Family to be Your Officiant

Asking a friend or family member to officiate your wedding ceremony can be a great way to honor them and get you a very personal ceremony.  However, in many cases we have heard that it can also lead to issues between the couple and the chosen friend or family member.  We have heard of ceremonies.. read more →

27 Jun 2017
June 27, 2017

Complete Guide to Wedding Ceremony Vows – Now Available

Can your Officiant write vows for you? Well, I am sure they can, however, even if your Officiant is a close friend or family member, how personal are your wedding vows going to be, and how much will they really represent what you want to promise each other, if they were written by someone else… read more →

23 Jun 2017
June 23, 2017

Wedding Ceremony for the Already Married

When meeting with a couple who are already legally married, or who are planning to get legally married before their “big” wedding, it is always interesting to see how they tell us.  Some couples are right up front, some slip it in, and some seem to be apologizing.   All I can say is that there.. read more →