A Wedding Minister

   Officiants for your North Carolina wedding

 
  

 

        We are passionate, ordained, non-denominational, wedding ministers who have years of experience officiating weddings from the mountains to the entire coast in North Carolina and adjacent areas of South Carolina.

From the traditional to the most original ceremonies, we will guide you in creating the wedding ceremony of your dreams. We support:

  • Couples wanting a civil ceremony
     
  • Couples wanting a spiritual ceremony
     
  • Couples wanting a religious ceremony
     
  • Couples of different faith backgrounds
     
  • Couples wanting a bilingual ceremony
     
  • Gender and sexual diversity (GSD)

 Our professionalism and expertise give you peace of mind during this intense time.

 


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Welcome to our wedding website! We serve couples who want to have a warm personal wedding ceremony officiated by a non-denominational interfaith minister. Since there are no justices of the peace in North Carolina, your only choices for a wedding officiant are to have an ordained minister, priest, rabbi, chaplain or other sanctioned official of a recognized religious group officiate your wedding unless you choose to go to the local courthouse and have your wedding ceremony performed by a magistrate a government official designated to legally solemnize marriages. 

We cater to wedding couples who:

  • May  not belong to a church, synagogue or other religious organization, or whose family minister is not available for their wedding date, or is unwilling to travel to their wedding location
     
  • Want a customized personal wedding ceremony that fits their beliefs
     
  • Are of different faiths and want to blend the wedding customs of their faiths or prefer a neutral spiritual wedding ceremony
     
  • Want a civil/secular wedding ceremony with no reference to religion
     
  • Are divorced or belong to a church that does not accept their lifestyle
     
  • Want to include their children and/or their parents in their wedding ceremony
     
  • Have a non-traditional wedding location
     
  • Would like to incorporate their personal stories into their wedding ceremony
     
  • May want to have a variety of customs in their wedding ceremony such as the sand ceremony, blessing of the hands, glass breaking, cup of wine ceremony, Celtic handfasting ceremony, unity candle, unity circle, blessing of the rings, Native American readings and traditions, or many more options that are available. 
     
   

                       

 

 

 

 

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