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10 May 2013

You know your Officiant is a Professional when:

You know your Officiant is a professional when: Doesn’t read the entire ceremony at rehearsal; but focuses on the elements that involve movement, actions and people Makes sure the ceremony site is ready for your wedding (sand, candles or ritual ready to go) Can be heard by your guests and knows how to use a microphone and what to do if stops working Dresses appropriately...

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Welcome To Weddings By Sandy
24 Jan 2013

Welcome To Weddings By Sandy

Our primary goal is to ensure every couple gets the right officiant who will provide them with the tools to create the ceremony of their dreams. The person with the right personality, skills and training is a must. My team and I offer secular, spiritual and non-denominational ceremonies to any and all couples who wish to be legally and/or spiritually bound. Your Ceremony is a...

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We Treat All Weddings The Same
24 Jan 2013

We Treat All Weddings The Same

We joyfully co-create and officiate wedding ceremonies for all loving and committed couples. This includes same-sex weddings in Maryland and other states in the surrounding area that recognize marriage equality.  


21 Jan 2013

Military brides get weddings gowns of their dreams – for free

Military brides get weddings gowns of their dreams – for free by HENRICK KAROLISZYN All’s fair in love and war – and at a Long Island bridal shop yesterday, all was free, too. Across the country, including in Merrick, wedding dress stores were giving away frothy frocks to military brides in honor of Veterans Day. Click here to read more…


21 Jan 2013

It’s Official! The script is simple…

It’s Official! The script is simple: After “I do” comes, “I now pronounce your man and wife.” But brides and grooms have plenty of options about the person pronouncing that official phrase. By Genevieve Knapp Marie T. soon-to-be Wiley strode up to the justice of the peace in City Hall in Manhattan with her fiancĂ©. The stars in her eyes were slightly dulled from waiting...

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21 Jan 2013

A Bridal Registry in Florida

Jacob, age 92, and Rebecca, age 89, living in Florida , are all excited about their decision to get married. They go for a stroll to discuss the wedding, and on the way they pass a drugstore. Jacob suggests they go in. Jacob addresses the man behind the counter: “Are you the owner?” The pharmacist answers, “Yes…” Jacob: “We’re about to get married. Do you...

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