From Ring to Veil | Wedding Planning Podcast

From Ring to Veil | Wedding Planning Podcast

From Ring to Veil is a wedding planning podcast hosted by Shannon Palmer and Kim Mills. They have years of experience in the wedding industry and the podcast world. Kim and Shannon want to share their knowledge and expertise from flowers and décor to venues and photographers. Together they make the perfect team to bring all sorts of wedding planning tools, tips, and tricks as well as expert information. The knowledge and secrets shared by expert guest hosts make this the perfect place for you to plan with confidence. Taking the stress out and put the fun back into wedding planning.... Show More
March 15, 2019 16 min

Wedding Officiants – Episode #204 Pause and subscribe! Join our Facebook Group Timelines and Checklists www.fromringtoveil.com/checklists Hi ladies! I’m getting married this summer and have been listening to your podcast for about a year now! Thank you for all your advice it’s been really helpful. I was wondering, do you have an episode that talks about having a friend/family member officiate the ceremony?? We want a close friend of ours to officiate our wedding but he has never done one before and I have only been in one other wedding so I’m not an expert either. We are doing a very casual, non - religious ceremony but I still want to make sure we are legally married by the end of it Any advice or sources you have would be greatly appreciated! ! Episode 23 - Hiring a Wedding Officiant Who can officiate Friend JOP Preacher or Religious leader Sea Captain Recognized officiants by state: https://www.thespruce.com/recognized-marriage-officiants-2300735 https://theamm.org/marriage-laws/ Tips for having a friend officiate: https://www.brides.com/story/tips-for-using-friend-as-officiant-sandy-malone https://www.theknot.com/content/friend-officiate-ceremony-how-to https://seattlebridemag.com/expert-wedding-advice/how-legally-officiate-wedding Let them add to the ceremony, or give input Practice Give them instruction on what to wear In order for the marriage to be legal, your officiant has to include the declaration of intent, or the "Do you take..." and "I do" vows portion of the ceremony. Your officiant must complete the marriage license Members of the clergy, judges, justices of the peace, and some notary publics are all qualified to perform weddings. Oddly enough, in some states, an officiant isn’t required at all. In Pennsylvania, Colorado, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia, a couple can simply marry in front of witnesses and submit the required paperwork to the state, no officiant needed. ________________ Here's how much the average wedding costs in every state: https://www.thisisinsider.com/average-cost-of-wedding-every-state-2019-2#wyoming-26017-51 Seattle Metro Area Wedding Planning Resource Guide ( http://fromringtoveil.com/rgpaperback ) ( http://fromringtoveil.com/rgkindle ) FRTV Swag www.fromringtoveil.com/tee Join our Facebook Group Subscribe to the podcast: { Apple Podcasts }{ Spotify }{ Stitcher }{ Youtube } { iHeartradio }{ Alexa }{ CastBox }{ GooglePodcasts } -Until next time, No Stress No Worries Keep Calm and Listen On –  

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