Officiant NYC Q&A
What are your rates?
- Weddings within the 5 boroughs and Long Island City range between $400 and $700
- Weddings outside of the city, within the state of New York, range between $600 to $1000
What do your rates include?
- An initial meeting with your officiant to see if they are a good fit.
- During that meeting, we will go over each component of the wedding ceremony.
- We provide many options for each part and can customize to your liking.
- We’ll enlighten you with unique and beautiful ways to make your ceremony extra special and personal.
- We provide as many drafts and consultations as needed to ensure your ceremony is perfect for you.
- We’ll perform your ceremony and do everything within our power to make sure you are relaxed and that your wedding lives up to your dreams
How long does an average ceremony last?
On average they run between 15 to 20 minutes. Quality is our top priority.
How do you connect with each couple?
We are people's people and communicate organically, We ask questions, listen intently and provide a questionnaire for our couple's to answer so we know more about them and their relationship.
Do you offer ceremonies in Spanish?
Absolutely! We have a wonderful officiant on our team, Andrea, who is fluent in both English and Spanish and can converse in French.
Do you offer license signing without a ceremony?
Yes we do. We charge $250 and will include short vows and a pronouncement.
Do you offer wedding rehearsals?
Rehearsals held right before the ceremony are complimentary. Rehearsals prior to the day are an additional $250 and subject to availability.
Do you provide help with writing personal vows?
We do. The questionnaire we provide helps with vow writing. We also go over what a vow should entail.
Do you perform same - sex marriages?
Hell yeah! Being true to yourself is what marriage is all about!
Do you perform interfaith ceremonies?
Absolutely! We love diversity. Once again, you love who you love.
Do you offer marriage counselling?
In our own way. We always We always inquire about how your parents, relatives, friends, family and guests feel. We want your wedding to be celebrated by all. Believe it or not, you can create a ceremony that rings true to you and doesn't disrespect anyone.
Do we need a permit to get married in Central Park?
Where are the best places to get married in Central Park?
Where are the best places to get married in Brooklyn?
Do you help with locations and venues?
Can we incorporate religious customs into our ceremony?
A family member or friend wants to marry us, can you help?
Do you perform elopements?