Here’s advice on creating a memorable and personal wedding ceremony. We suggest that you plan 12 months out. A friend or family member may marry some newlyweds.
Yet an important role of the officiante is to give you guidance in crafting your wedding that is why you should meet with them as early as possible to set up your wedding planning and vows.
Looking to make your wedding ceremony unique? Get advice on writing your own vows, picking a wedding venue, and planning your wedding ceremony style. Our clergy/officiants below have all your ceremony questions covered whether your ceremony is at a temple, church, chapel or a non-denominational wedding. Plus, you’ll get ideas on how to decorate your aisle, arches, programs, and more under Florists.
You can find more tips on Orange County Bride blog and inside a copy of Orange County Bride magazine.
Whether you are seeking a traditional (religious) ceremony or a secular (non-religious) ceremony with contemporary vows, Brent will guide you through the stages to make your wedding ceremony uniquely yours. From small private weddings to large elaborate affairs, Brent will put you at ease and lead the bride and groom through every moment of the ceremony.
Brent’s background in the industry includes an extensive music ministry where he has sung in hundreds of weddings. He is now front and center as an ordained officiant and is guiding couples as they seek to express their feelings of love and joy on one of the most special days of their life.
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