I am often asked by couples how to get married while in the hospital. I can definitely help you by issuing a marriage license in any hospital in Southern California and officiating a wedding ceremony on a moment’s notice. I am always prepared to help you get married easily. I am often called to a
Southern California is the idyllic beach wedding sort of place. There are miles of beaches in Los Angeles County extending from Malibu all the way down to Long Beach and in Orange County, from Seal Beach to San Clemente. I have been the officiant at many beach weddings and offer various pieces of advice that
One of the funnest parts of my job as a busy Los Angeles wedding officiant is that I get to meet people from all over the world and learn about their wedding traditions. I recently had the privilege to marry a couple with Armenian heritage and, after their ceremony, they celebrated with the “money dance”.
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As a Los Angeles wedding officiant I get to meet people from all over the world on one of the happiest days of their life. Last weekend I had the pleasure to officiate an intimate private wedding for a young British couple who decided to elope while they were visiting Los Angeles. At the conclusion of their wedding ceremony they asked me to read a passage from “The House at Pooh Corner” by A.A. Milne.
One of the best things about being a very busy wedding officiant in Los Angeles is that I get to meet people from all over the world to participate in a very intimate occasion. Many couples get very creative with their ceremony of marriage. And the smaller the wedding the more unique and creative the bride and groom can be.
If you are getting married, I’m sure that you are looking for ideas for wedding favors. Many wedding couple’s give their guests a gift or a memento of their wedding. Some are very hip and useful. Some are kitschy and cheesy. Some are just plain weird. I’ve seen a fascinating variety of wedding souvenirs. I
I married a couple on St. Patrick’s Day in an elopement ceremony in the Encounter Restaurant at LAX. I’ve performed many airport marriages in the past which is a unique kind of destination wedding. In fact, USA Today wrote a story about me and airport marriages. They flew in the morning, ate lunch, and met
As a minister for weddings in the Los Angeles area, I’ve seen so much frustration and sorrow when a couple hopes, at the last possible moment, to get married. Too often I have had to deny such sincere requests for a marriage ceremony because one of the hopeful spouses does not have the required frame of mind
I love talking with people from other countries as I get to learn so much about the world. Since international couples typically do not know a lot about Southern California I am happy to suggest unique and fun wedding locations in various parts of Los Angeles for their ceremonies that fit the wedding couple.
There is nothing more quintessentially Southern Californian than a beach wedding. Miles and miles of beautiful California coastline and consistently great weather make it an easy choice to get married with your feet in the sand and the waves lapping at the shore.
Los Angeles has almost an unlimited number of fun and unusual wedding locations that I often go to officiate interesting weddings.
Usha and Jason chose a perfect day to be married in a last minute wedding by the fountain at the beautiful Pasadena City Hall the other day with a few wedding guests.
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.
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.
Please feel free to click on the links below to add yourself to my social media. I would love to stay connected as I will be discussing great ideas for weddings and wedding vendors I meet. You can also post your wedding photos on my Facebook page. And, if you are having a Los Angeles
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.
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.
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).”