An officiant is a person who performs a wedding ceremony. The ceremony is a very important part of the couple’s special day and it is an honor and a great responsibility for the officiant or wedding official.

There is a good reason why we always encourage you to leave most of the details of the wedding day to the professionals: it’s their job. The same applies to your wedding officiant as well.

We will share some reasons why you will never regret hiring a professional wedding officiant.

1. We can personalize your ceremony

We have the expertise and knowledge to help you personalize your ceremony so that it is exclusively yours. It will be tailored to your traditions and desires.

You will find that working with a professional officiant is extremely valuable.

2. We could help you write your vows

We will work with you to craft and edit your wedding vows until they are perfect.

We can offer helpful advice, traditional examples, and even ideas based on our experiences with other couples we have married, and if you’re trying to be completely original, we will support you as well.

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3. We are comfortable in front of a crowd

The officiant is professional (and we don’t just mean having the gift of gab to deliver your ceremony).

 You already have enough to worry about remembering where to stand and when to say “I do”: you need someone who supports and guides you.

4. We are LGBTQ+ friendly

If you research, interview, and sign a contract with a certain officiant, you know you’re working with someone who wants to work with you (and agrees with your marriage!).

Unfortunately, it may be harder to find a religious officiant to officiate an LGBTQ+ wedding, but that’s where a professional officiant comes in: we will always be ready and excited to celebrate your wedding.

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Glenda Sierra, performing wedding ceremonies since 2015.

 We offer religious, non-religious, spiritual, civil, and vow renewal ceremonies.

 We perform personalized weddings that reflect the couple’s love.

 We honor and respect your special day regardless of your race, creed, or religion.

 Same-sex marriage is welcome.