How to find the Right Ohio Wedding Officiant for you!

How to find the Right Ohio Wedding Officiant for you! 

Rev Cindy Lee at the Little Wedding Barn|dayton ohio| cosplay| steampunk|traditional| wedding officiate| wedding ceremonyThis three part series provide questions only you can answer.  With your answers, the process will become easy for you to pick the perfect Ohio Wedding Officiant for your wedding ceremony.  These three parts will consist of an overview from the Wedding Officiant’s side of the story, questions to ask your future spouse before interviewing the wedding officiant, and how to pull your wedding vision together with the wedding officiant’s version of your vision.

During my twenty years of experience I have discovered, usually, a bride is concerned whether I have the date and time open for her.  Yes, I do agree that is an important fact, but, the decision will need more information to make the best choice for an Ohio Wedding Officiant.  Some questions you might want to consider:  Does the Minister have experience doing weddings? Will the Minister create a unique ceremony?  Will the Minister do the ceremony where I want to get married, at my venue?  Will the Minister help you write your vows?  Will the Minister require you to take pre-marital counseling for six months before the wedding?  How much should I pay the person who will pronounce us as Mr. and Mrs?

How to find the Right Ohio Wedding Officiant for you!

            Another important question, and in 20 years I have never been asked, ‘Can you legally marry my fiancé and me?’  or ‘Are you registered with the State of Ohio?’  Did you know not all ministers or clergy can perform that role?  In the State of Ohio, they must be registered with the State of Ohio to legally provide this service.  With our website, it will be easy to research the registered wedding officiant because he or she will be registered with Ohio as a minister.  After that is verified, then move on to asking other important questions.

How to find the Right Ohio Wedding Officiant for you!

            Next important question would be to ask the Ohio Wedding Officiant, if the date is open.  Unless you are willing to change your date and time, this will be the first question to ask after verifying state registration.

            After the registration and date are verified and agreed upon, then you will want to focus on part 2 of this series.  Part two offers you questions for your fiancé and you to go over and decide the answers too.

Want To Use This Article In Your Ezine or Website? You have my permission, as long as you include this complete blurb with it: Rev. Cindy Lee is a web designer, an inter-faith minister and shamanic practitioner. She is a minister registered in the state of Ohio, and conducts weddings and commitment ceremonies. You can visit Rev. Cindy Lee, access her free article archive, and grab some free stuff at http://OhioWeddingOfficiants.com and http://provenpsychics.com/psychics/cindy-lee.  Rev. Cindy Lee lives on a farm in south western Ohio with her family, two cats, one wild hound beagle and one westie guard dog, while offering spiritual development classes and being a member of the Ohio Wedding Officiants. LIKE US on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/OhioWeddingOfficiants