Month: March 2010

A Little Bit of Mexico in Central Park

As a Celebrant—not simply a wedding officiant—I strive to personalize each of “my” wedding ceremonies, regardless of time constraints or other challenges. With a short turnaround time and other logistical issues, it isn’t always easy to create the unique, detailed ceremonies that move the bride and groom and their guests. But, “I do the best …

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The Return of Spring: Separation Vow Renewal

As a Life-Cycle Celebrant, my role is not only to acknowledge life’s celebrations and rites of passage, but to provide ceremonies of healing. Weddings, civil unions, and commitment ceremonies are all important. They provide countless opportunities for underscoring the joy of shared lives and the promises of the future. Even vow renewals are happy occasions …

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