Marriage Officiant, New York

To get married in New York, celebrate your commitment, or renew your wedding vows, you need little more than a New York registered civil wedding officiant.  To this end, I promise to give you a meaningful, memorable ceremony without the stressful dramas or limitations that accompany traditional, stoic ministers.  Instead, I offer  unique packages to ensure that couples can still marry in the location they choose with the vows they wish to exchange.

Most often, I travel to your site anywhere in the New York Metro Region.  Popular choices include public parks, gardens, the beach, waterfront, roof-decks, restaurants, hotels, lofts, private homes, and even reception halls. Sometimes, however, couples come to my office with up to eight guests for a very simple wedding.

No matter where you marry, you can exchange any vows you’d like and even integrate personal touches, such as your love story or favorite poem.  After your ceremony concludes, you and your witness(es) will sign the marriage license: I complete the rest and file it with the Clerk’s Office.  (If you are not planning to have a public record or are already legally married, I will create a keepsake certificate for you.)  In about one month, the Clerk’s office will mail your certificate.

Please call me (Judie) at 347-248-6294 or e-mail anytime.  I am also happy to meet prospective couples in Kew Gardens, Queens.

Thank You Notes 1

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You can see a few photos from this CA wedding photographer team — Paul and Leanne — HERE.

Finally, yes, you can entrust your license with me.

I sometimes receive the “will my marriage be legal” question.  The answer is “yes.”  My registration number is 77862.  In fact, here are two announcements from the New York Times, which will only print any weddings at which a legally registered officiant presided.

Aruni & Mike (March 2010)

Sarah & Justin (December 2009)

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