Here’s a twist to beach weddings in Los Angeles I hope you’ll enjoy as much as I did officiating it. Jamie and Christian know how to start off on the right foot. I was their wedding officiant for a 7am wedding ceremony last Saturday morning before they ran a 5K race in Long Beach.
From my many years of experience as an attorney, a specialized notary, a wedding officiant and a married man, I highly recommend a California confidential marriage license. Why? Well, there are many reasons, and mainly it’s about privacy. In today’s world of identity theft and telemarketing, I strongly recommend it. It will protect your personal information and that of your parents. Yes, it’s true.
Hopefully this wedding info will help set many couples straight about California wedding laws. Just give me a call and I can make it all very easy for you.
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There are so many reasons to elope. Here are some of the reasons I’ve come across in talking to many couples and providing them with a private, confidential wedding and a confidential marriage license
Whatever your reason to elope, I can help you. If you would like to elope in Southern California, then give me a call. I can help you make it very easy.
I’ve officiated many beach weddings in California so I have quite a bit of experience of the issues that beach weddings bring. They’re a different breed than a tamer indoor wedding. Please consider the wedding advice I have for those who want to do a beach wedding.
I have performed many wedding ceremonies at all kinds of wedding venues in Southern California and I have seen what works and what fails to provide the effect that the bride and groom desire. I’ll check in once in a while and offer you my perspective of wedding ideas.
I don’t have much time to write about it, but I was the wedding officiant for Milla Jovovich and Paul Anderson in August, 2009. They were great people. Many people say I’m a celebrity wedding officiant. I just think of myself as an officiant for weddings in Los Angeles, and yes, that many times includes celebrities. They are just regular people who live a fun life. And it’s fun to be a part of it.
For more information please click on Officiant Chris Robinson is the Officiant Guy in Los Angeles, California. He is a non-denominational wedding minister, an attorney and a notary. He also has other wedding ministers on call to help couples in need of an officiant. The combination makes him a very reliable wedding professional. He
The Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder/County Clerk, also known as the L.A. County Clerk, is a very busy place. All kinds of people go there to get many sorts of things such as marriage licenses and other legal documents. It’s a very large place and yet, every time that I go there to file a
When people ask me what I do, I tell them I am a wedding officiant. I usually get that quizzical look and then the question: “Uh, what is a wedding efficient?” “No, no. A wedding oh-fish-ee-ant,” I say, enunciating. Almost everyone I have said “wedding officiant” to doesn’t know that my profession exists. You can call me whatever you want – – wedding minister, wedding clergy, wedding official, marriage officiant, wedding officiate, ceremony officiant, humanist officiant, celebrant, that guy who marries people, officiant dude- – anything. That’s okay. It’s more important that you know what I can do for you. I can help you get married in Southern California, easily. In addition, I can issue you a marriage license. I save you time and hassle and can accommodate any type of wedding ceremony or wedding requests. I’m here to help.
I have performed many celebrity weddings but the Scott Baio wedding stands out. I am very fortunate to not only have officiated the wedding of Scott Baio and Renee Sloan for VH1’s “Scott Baio is 46 and Pregnant” TV show.
From Spirit, September 2007 officiant recommendatons: “You could do . . . a California terrace overlooking the sea (check out Officiant Guy, who covers the waterfront of SoCal at officiantguy.com).”