Wedding Minister Officiant Services

We provide the needed information to assist you with planning an ideal wedding.

Your union as a man and woman is the most important part of your day as it symbolizes your love for each other and later it will connect your mind, body, soul and spirit. Therefore,  transitioning  you both as one unit. We want you to reflect seriously on the impartation of your gift of love from one man or woman as it is the giving and receiving of your gift of love.   The reason we preside, we are authorized with the state and we are also a witness on your wedding day.    In addition,  we will execute the following:

  • Declaration of Intent: The couple confirms their intent to commit to their vows with the officiant present.
  • Pronouncement: The wedding officiant pronounces the couple as married.
  • Marriage License:  The marriage license will be signed by your Wedding Minister Officiant and (witnesses if applicable).
  •  “Before any of the persons named in s. 741.07 shall solemnize any marriage, he or she shall require of
    the parties a marriage license issued according to the requirements of s. 741.01, and within 10 days
    after solemnizing the marriage he or she shall make a certificate thereof on the license, and shall
    transmit the same to the office of the county court judge or clerk of the circuit court from which it
    issued.” Fla. Stat. § 741.08.  

Now, let's talk about you as we are here to assist you in celebrating your very special day, which is the beginning of sharing your life together.   The saying goes, "life is better together."  Every wedding can be tailored to reflect you.   You will have the option to allow us to create your wedding vows as it relates to your personal story or we can choose from our available tradition scripts which can be tweaked.   

Specialties are:   Elopement and Quick simple exchange of vows  are scheduled during Monday to Thursday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm 
Friday and Saturday are reserved for traditional weddings.

Service Types:  Jewish,  Non-denominational (mentions God), Religious Ceremonies, Double Ceremonies, Interfaith,  Informal Ceremonies.    Vow Renewals, and Anniversaries,

Add Ons:
Unity Candle Lighting

Three Cord Strands

Feet Washing

Salt Covenant

Cultural Tradition

Jumping the Broom:  This tradition is often seen in the African American and Black Canadians.  It became popularized during the 1970s.

Breaking the Glass:   As seen during a Jewish Wedding

Ministerial Credential:   Ordained, and appointed on  September, 2011 as Pastor and member of the PGT Family of Churches, 
which gives us full leadership role as well as having the authority  to officiate weddings and all other special ceremonies according to our faith and tenets of the church.  Based on our credential as a Pastor, we do meet the criteria of the state to perform weddings.

Consultation:  Schedule your consultation with us on our Book Appointment page and upload a copy of your Marriage License, date of wedding also venue.   We check our availability, then contact you to discuss.    Based on you location if far, we can schedule a telephone chat, Zoom  or if near meet in person.   We have the flexible to meet with you based on your available time.

Attire:   We honor our role as a leader of the clergy and will wear our civic clergy attire when performing our duties to execute your wedding ceremony while upholding our credentialing body standard and requirement.  This includes a suit of any color except white.  Black blouse and a white color.  Shoes will be black.  Arrival Time:  Is scheduled to be 30-60 minutes ahead of your scheduled time.

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