Wedding officiants in San Francisco
My name is Suzane Shelden, I am a non-denominational, 5 Star Rated, Award Winning Wedding Officiant, Ceremony and Rehearsal Coordinator, as well as a Notary Public. I'm located in Santa Clarita, CA and service the Los Angeles and Ventura Countys. I have been blessed to help create and perform wedding ceremonies since 2009. As your Wedding Officiant, I will create a wedding cere...
Slogan: It’s Your Day, It should be Your way!
My name is Renne Gobuty and I do your "I Do's". I'm not only a non-denominational ordained wedding minister but also a commissioned California Notary Public. I specialize in weaving your love story within your ceremony to share with your guests. I do all types of ceremonies that include elopements and vow renewals. Once your legal paperwork is signed, I will make sure...
Slogan: Your love story shared within your wedding ceremony!
"Cristy Alvarez has been ordained wedding minister by the Universal Life Church in 2007. Also, she is an authorized agent or Notary of the Registrar Recorder County Clerk of Los Angeles County (www.lavote.net) to issue confidential marriage licenses. She has perfomed non-denominational ceremonies both in English, Spanish or bilingual for people from various parts of the worl...
Our Top Local Wedding Officiants
You can’t have a wedding without a wedding officiant. You want an officiant who can guide you through the biggest moment of your life. Yet the critical importance of the officiant is frequently overlooked. You can’t have a wedding without an officiant, and the wrong officiant can easily ruin your wedding. Your wedding officiant should share your vision of the wedding ceremony.
Some officiants will simply perform a standard ceremony. If you want to include your own touches and personalized vows, make sure your officiant is prepared and able to handle these variations. Many officiants will help you write your own vows and come up with creative ideas for the ceremony. That is why you should know what you want before hiring someone to officiate at your wedding. Any experienced officiant should be able to provide you with references. If not, he or she may not be for you.
Your wedding officiant should take the time to get to know you and your fiancé and actually contribute to your wedding magic. If you opt for a religious ceremony, talk to your clergy member to ensure that the ceremony will reflect your needs and vision. Some houses of worship have limitations.
A professional officiant will be trained for all types of wedding ceremonies to create a truly personal wedding experience. Also, consider having a special friend officiate for you. He or she can become ordained online for just a modest fee and can become an intricate part of your wedding. Do a Visual Search on our site for ideas and inspiration