Ceremonies are neither about laws, licenses, nor liturgy; rather, they acknowledge achievement and transition.
Conducting and attending ceremonies are key to the human experience.
Family and friends gather to congratulate and support the honorees.
We celebrate and bond during life’s greatest moments.
Your wedding ceremony is the climax, the crescendo, of a lengthy planning process.
The day has come, everything is in position. Venue. Flowers. Cake. Apparel.
Your guests are seated. Your moment has arrived. Now what?
What sort of mood do you want? Something tiresome? Or, something festive?
What tone of voice do you want? Monotone & parched? Or, humorous & engaging?
How do you want your guests to feel? Indifferent? Enthused?
Height. Width. Depth. Your ceremony deserves dimension.
Your wedding tells a story. Where you have been. Who you are. What your future holds.
Tell it like it is.
As a wedding officiant in Salt Lake City, UT, I help brides and grooms tell their unique stories through words, wisdom, and of course, comedy.
As a dual stand-up comedian and humorous marriage officiant in Salt Lake City, UT, one of my greatest passions is leading a wedding ceremony progressing beyond old and rigid traditions and instead embracing new and unique traditions.
Your wedding day should include a ceremony that feels warm, inviting, joyful, and personal to you. If you’re concerned about your wedding being parched and monotone, consider a faith-free wedding focusing on your relationship and your journey.
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