Your Wedding Ceremony is the heart of your Wedding and your Officiant is the heart of your Ceremony. The Ceremony sets the tone for so much that follows, and you want it to be perfect and performed just as you plan it and envision it. That’s Rev. Will’s mission as well as his profession, and he does it very, very well. Rev. Will is clearly your best choice!
Finally, your marriage ceremony can include a NYS marriage license! You’ve waited a long time and your wedding should be a beautiful and memorable occasion that truly celebrates your love. As an interfaith minister, I can help blend your faiths, cultures and families; and as a nondenominational officiant I can preside over a romantic nonreligious ceremony.
All weddings are moving, but same sex weddings have a special resonance because LGBT people have been denied the right to marry until now; consequently, many couples who are getting married today have been together for many years. One of the couples, whose wedding I recently officiated, has been together for over 50 years. This requires special acknowledgement. Whether you’ve known each other for 6 months or 60 years, I want to tell your story.
Captain Arnold is an ordained Chaplain and USCG Licensed Captain. He is also the only Captain registered with the City of New York as an official Wedding Officiant. Captain Arnold offers beautiful, unique and memorable Wedding Ceremonies and his Ceremony of Love has been seen and heard around the world.
Rev. Susanna Stefanachi Macomb, an ordained licensed interfaith minister and published author, creates and performs utterly memorable personalized interfaith ceremonies straight from the heart. Rev. Macomb’s work has appeared on national and cable TV, radio, as well as in notable national and regional publications. Her book, Joining Hands and Hearts, Interfaith, Intercultural Wedding Celebrations, A Practical Guide for Couples (Simon & Schuster) was dubbed “cutting edge” by Publishers Weekly.
After many years of uniting people in matrimony, I am THRILLED to finally be able to legally marry same-sex couples. Now that we have achieved marriage equality (Thank-You Edie Windsor!), you need someone to officiate at your wedding. I am happy to offer my services to same-sex couples.
I work with Jewish and interfaith couples to provide a beautiful, spiritual ceremony in which everyone feels welcomed and comfortable, which honors the religious traditions of both families, and which reflects your tastes and preferences As a Rabbi and Cantor, I can create the perfect ceremony for you, and I’d be happy to speak with you about your wedding plans.
Bilingual, multicultural, Interfaith specialist serving the LGBT community in Central Park and NYC. Among the earliest proponents of Marriage Equality. Creates original, unique and customized ceremonies, humorous or elegant, unusual or fun themes or simple ceremonies that touch the heart.
Reverend Shobha Hughes is an ordained interfaith, interspiritual minister who embraces & supports all cultures, traditions, paths, & ways of life. Reverend Shobha sees marriage as a conscious choice and a natural unfoldment of love which belongs to all people. She welcomes the opportunity and is honored to perform your wedding ceremony.
Your perfect ceremony reflects your history, philosophy, and creativity , as individuals & as a couple. Let’s craft a wonderful, meaning filled ceremony that expresses the most significant aspect of your life, one that recognizes the profound commitment you are making, as well as the sheer joy of the occasion.
I am a Civil Celebrant who creates unique ceremonies based on your needs, stories and traditions. Your words should have the power of your feeling for each other. My book the Heart of the Wedding has been called “a new road map for the landscape for love.” I will make the words you say the most memorable part of your wedding day.
I am an ordained Interfaith Minister who loves helping couples create a wedding ceremony that reflects your unique personalities, spiritual beliefs and heartfelt feelings. My Master’s thesis was on the power of transformative ritual, and I truly believe that weddings are the highest form of sacred play!