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 officiant 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.
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The chapel was constructed in 1909 by celebrated architect Philip H. Frohman, best known for lending his talents to the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. The Chapel of Orange is #620 on the National Historical Registry and the Gale’s fully intend to preserve the buildings unique grace.
Chapel of Orange
215 N. Grand Street
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Romantic Wine Box Ceremony Hugely Popular for Couples seeking a Big Finish to their Ceremony By Reverend Brent Edwards With the Wine Box Ceremony, couples are creating their own romantic time capsule – complete with sealed love letters, their favorite wine and two glasses… in which they seal and lock in a handsome Read MoreREAD MORE