Category Archives: Officiating

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How to Get Ordained Online, A Step-By-Step Guide to Online Ordination

If you need to become a wedding officiant for one of your best friend’s weddings, online ordination is the best thing to do at the moment. Maybe your friend had this wish for a long time and caught you off guard with it. Well, you don’t have to worry about making it come true. Getting ordained online is super easy


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What Is a Non-Religious, But Spiritual Wedding Ceremony, And How to Plan One?

A non-religious but spiritual wedding ceremony is a celebration of the union of two souls planned in their own way. This kind of wedding ceremony may or may not include traditional religious practices. It all depends upon the will of the two people getting married. The act is a midway option between a civil and religious wedding. The marriage ceremony


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What is a commitment ceremony?

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When we think about it, you might have already witnessed a commitment ceremony without even knowing about it. Indeed, it is that similar! Basically, it is almost the same as a wedding ceremony, with one key difference – it is not legally binding. Simply, giving a commitment for eternal devotion without all the paperwork. The beauty is that these ceremonies


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Planning Your Wedding Ceremony

Are There Any Specific Words That You Have to Say During a Wedding Ceremony?

Wedding ceremonies are held to announce the inauguration of a new journey full of trust, love, and emotional bonding. In these ceremonies, emotions matter more than any words. This is your wedding, and no, you don’t have to follow a script on your most special day! However, to make the bond more legible and authentic on a legal basis, you


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Here’s what to Wear When You Officiate a Wedding

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Getting a chance to officiate a wedding is definitely something to get excited about! Being a person who’s going to make two beautiful people begin another journey is not only a pleasure but a responsibility that needs to be fulfilled appropriately. So, to attend a wedding as an officiant, there are numerous things you would need to take care of


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How to Organize a Small Backyard Wedding Ceremony?

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Backyard weddings are as intimate and elite as all other weddings. So, if you are thinking of conducting a soothing wedding with your close friends and family in your backyard, you’re going to need proper wedding ceremony planning! Now, planning such a wedding is definitely a pressure-releasing affair because you won’t have to worry about getting out of your budget.


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What does a basic wedding ceremony template look like?

One of the best things about having your own officiate at a wedding is that together, you can write a truly unique wedding ceremony and order of service totally personalized to you.

But, most weddings – even the most creative and out of the box – follow some kind of recognized wedding ceremony template. This makes the ceremony make sense …


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How to write a Christian wedding ceremony script

Category : Officiating

Perhaps the most important and exciting aspect of being ordained is that, as the officiate, you will conduct the wedding, just like the conductor of an orchestra. It’s essentially your job to ‘host’ the ceremony – it’s your role to guide the ceremony from introduction through to conclusion and final moments. And the biggest part of conducting the wedding? The …


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How to get ready to officiate a wedding

Once you’re ordained to officiate a wedding, the most exciting and rewarding part of the experience can begin. Now, you have the incredible honor of officiating friends, family and your community for marriage. But, there are a variety of things you should do to prepare for the wedding ceremony, beyond the ordination itself. Here’s everything you need to know to …


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How to apply for and fill out a marriage license for couples and wedding officiants

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When it comes to wedding ceremonies, there are very little elements which are mandatory. In fact, one of the greatest things about becoming a wedding officiant is how far you can personalize the ceremony to the couple’s personalities, interests and wants.

 

That being said, one of those official requirements, alongside a legal Declaration of Intent, is having a marriage …