5 Best Wedding Officiants on Long Island

Choosing the right wedding officiant can make or break your ceremony.

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These days just about everyone can get ordained online and marry you and your significant other – except on Long Island! This means if you’re not getting married in a religious institution, you’ll need to find an officiant who can legally marry you. And choosing the right wedding officiant can be tough, as they will set the pace for your ceremony and the start of your wedding. So, you’ll want to find the perfect one who jives with you and your future spouse. But do NOT stress! Brides of Long Island has five of the best wedding officiants on Long Island for you to choose from.

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A Circle of Gold
Rev. Phil has over 20 years experience officiating weddings, and he can’t wait to meet you. Rev. Phil is ready to work with you to create an amazing wedding ceremony filled with love and a little bit of laughter.

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LI Officiant
Michele LaRosa works with couples from any and all backgrounds. She works with each couple to create the perfect ceremony – as she knows it sets the tone for the whole day. She loves to create ceremonies that showcase and honor each couple’s story.

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Personalized Weddings by Reverend Bill
Rev. Bill prides himself on writing and performing personalized wedding ceremonies that focus on the couple. He even officiated his son’s wedding.

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Perfect Union Officiants
Jim Hill started by marrying his brother and sister-in-law almost 20 years ago. Now he performs weddings across Long Island and New York City. He loves being part of couples’ special days, and he can’t wait to be a part of yours.

The Officiants at Church of Ancient Ways
The Officiants at Church of Ancient Ways was founded in 1997 by Pastor April. Together with Rev. Joe, they lead an amazing team of wedding officiants. They never say no – as they will create any type of ceremony for all couples.

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Just as with any vendor, you want to make sure you get exactly what you want when you start speaking with officiants. If you are very specific about how you want your ceremony, be sure to ask those questions up front to make sure the officiant can cater to your dream ceremony.