Wedding Officiant

  • 1 hour
  • 250 US dollars
  • Tingstrom Estate

Service Description

Most people think when it comes to wedding ceremonies that there are two types to choose from – religious or civil, when in fact there are many more types that may better suit you and your partner’s needs. 1. RELIGIOUS CEREMONIES: If you practice your faith, and religion is a strong aspect of your life, it’s likely that you will want to get married in a religious ceremony. The majority of religions are licensed to conduct a religious wedding ceremony, which is also legally binding, but for some faiths you will need to check if you require a civil ceremony after your wedding day to ensure you are legally married. Most religions will require the couple to attend a form of couple counseling or pre-marital classes before the wedding can take place, as well as attending weekly religious services for a set period of time before the wedding. 2. INTERFAITH CEREMONIES: If you and your partner have different religions, instead of getting married within a place of worship for just one, an interfaith ceremony allows you to celebrate both. A specialist celebrant can help you shape your ceremony to reflect both of your religions or cultural practices. 3. NON-DENOMINATIONAL CEREMONIES: A non-denominational ceremony will mention God and reflect some religious spirituality but without alluding to any one God or religion in particular. This is a great alternative for couples who have a general religious or spiritual belief but who do not prescribe to one particular type of church or religion. 4. CIVIL CEREMONY: This is a non-religious ceremony that can take place at any other place that is legally recognized as being able to hold civil ceremonies. There is usually minimal scope for personalization in a civil ceremony, such as writing your own vows or having readings.

Contact Details

  • 46-133 Lilipuna Road, Kaneohe, HI, USA