Top 10 Rated Washington Wedding Ministers & Officiants
Celebrated Ceremonies is one of the leading services in Washington D.C. due to the amazing list of extras that is included in the ceremony. Jessica Ben Ami, the interfaith minister and wedding officiant of this service, believes in not only being sensitive to the needs of the couple but also offering everything she can to make the day go as smoothly as possible. Celebrated Ceremonies includes a 45 minute rehearsal, personalized ceremonies and vow cards that make the perfect keepsakes. All of this combines to make Jessica one of the best options in the city.
Any Catholic is aware of how complex the process of getting married can be, especially for interfaith couples or those that don’t attend church regularly. Rev. Bill at Progressive Catholic changes all that by offering couples throughout D.C. the chance to have the ceremony they have always wanted, whether that is a full Catholic one or a mixture of several traditions. The reviews left by previous couples are filled with praise for Rev. Bill and the entire experience leading up to the wedding and during the whole ceremony.
Reverend Debby is one of the few Washington D.C. wedding officiants that is familiar with Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Jewish and Buddhist ceremonies as well as a whole range of non-secular practices. She understands just how important small details can be and works to craft a ceremony that has all of the practices that are meaningful to you as a couple. When you work with Joyful Heart Ceremonies you can be sure that your dream wedding will be created and every detail will be beautiful.
Clare Palace is a wedding officiant in Washington D.C. that has performed countless weddings as a Celebrant and licensed minister. She was born in England and has since served in the United States Army and worked in the performing arts. This combination creates a wonderful style that couples throughout D.C. love to have at their wedding. Clare outlines the packages that she has available but believes that every ceremony should be unique. This is why she doesn’t give exact prices but suggests couples should speak directly to her to discuss what they need.
Bill, the wedding minister for Say I Do Your Way, believes that couples should be able to have the ceremony of their dreams and an officiant that is flexible on each and every detail. He comes from a background of an active pastor and has delivered sermons in many parts of the world. This experience gives Bill a unique understanding of the differences of culture, traditions and beliefs. Bill and his wife, Joyce, work together to ensure everything goes smoothly and they also offer non-obligatory pre-marriage counselling that reviews highly praise.