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Wedding Officiant Atlanta GA

Wedding officiants include wedding ministers, ordained ministers, civil celebrants, and Justices of the Peace. They give access to wedding ceremonies, nondenominational wedding ceremonies, interfaith wedding ceremonies, and nonreligious wedding ceremonies. See below to learn more and to gain access to wedding officiants in Atlanta, GA.

Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, The
(404) 521-1866
48 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr., S.W.
Atlanta, GA

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Weddings By Rev. Gloria
(404) 307-8063
P.O. BOX 55012
ATLANTA, GA
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Officiants & Clergy

Georgia Wedding Officiant
(404) 492-9083
Metro Atlanta
Decatur, GA
Specialty
Officiants & Clergy

Beyond I Do
(404) 296-0909
25 Lakeshore Drive
Avondale Estates, GA
Specialty
Officiants & Clergy

Kendall & Kendall Ministries
(888) 512-6770
PO Box
Atlanta, GA
Specialty
Officiants & Clergy

Rev. Dawn, Interfaith Minister
(404) 729-0640
361 17th St.
Atlanta, GA
Specialty
Officiants & Clergy

Unique Moving & Memorable Ceremony
(678) 732-0805
375 Ralph McGill Blvd NE
Atlanta, GA
Specialty
Officiants & Clergy

Manyfaith
(404) 377-6656
220 West Davis St.
Decatur, GA
Specialty
Officiants & Clergy

Premier Atlanta Weddings
(404) 969-5519
3418 Dogwood Dr.
Hapeville, GA
Specialty
Officiants & Clergy

Exclusive Georgia WeddingCeremonies
(770) 891-9624
3127 Haverford Lane
Marietta, GA
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Officiants & Clergy

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Hiring An Officiant for Your Wedding Ceremony

As a wedding officiant, I’m generally the last vendor to be interviewed.  I don’t take it personally…most couples spend a lot of time and energy scheduling and hiring people to make the reception an event that will be remembered for a long time, and it’s the celebration that everyone looks forward to.  But once every last reception detail has been completed, some brides and grooms will often say to each other, “Yikes!  We don’t have anyone to marry us yet!”

When you think about it, the person who speaks the words of your ceremony is one of the most important people in attendance.  A lot of couples belong to a church or house of worship; there’s already a relationship established with the clergyperson and the parties know one another.  But what about those folks who don’t belong to a church?  Or don't share the same religious background and neither wishes to convert?  Or who don’t want to be married in a church?  Or who don’t subscribe to a specific religion/belief system at all?  Or who might belong to a religion that doesn’t support couples who live together…or have a child together…or where one of the parties is divorced?  It’s this population that needs to find someone who will marry them.

Where do you start?  I recommend talking to married friends for a referral, or a Google search like “ Officiant", or on MyPartyPlanner.com.  You will get many hits, no doubt, and it will be up to you to find just the right person.

Look closely at their website.  You can hopefully learn about the officiant’s personality, credentials, experience, and sometimes even fees.  Call the officiant and ask for a face-to-face meeting (you can send an e-mail asking the same as well).  There should be no fee for the initial consultation, and the officiant should ask you a lot of questions about the two of you, what you want for your ceremony, and then let you know up-front whether he/she can deliver.  Ask for referrals.  Discuss the fee for service, and what that includes.  Most vendors ask for a deposit to secure the date; expect the same when hiring your officiant.  Remember, also, that the decision to hire because he/she is the cheapest is not how to hire an officiant.  You want someone who has experience, professionalism and reliability (referrals can tell you about these).  But even more important than how much the service costs, you should feel a connection w...

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