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Officiants

Get the help you need when planning your wedding

A wedding officiant is perhaps best known as the person who leads the ceremony. However, that's only part of their job. An officiant, whether secular or religious, works with the couple in the months before the wedding day to craft the ceremony, which may include personal vows, readings, music selections, and more. They may also provide premarital counseling. The officiant must be legally ordained to perform weddings in your state and understand your jurisdiction's laws as they pertain to the marriage license. On your wedding day, your officiant will fill out and sign the marriage license (along with witnesses) and send it back to the county clerk's office for certification. This may sound like a minor detail, but without a marriage license, you're not actually married—so your wedding officiant has an essential role to play here. 

Events & Moore

Events & Moore
Events & Moore
Events & Moore
Events & Moore
Events & Moore

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