The Wedding Officiant's Guide : How to Write and Conduct a Perfect Ceremony
Last year, one in three American weddings were officiated by a friend or family member. With the officiating trend on the rise, novice officiants need a resource to guide them. In The Wedding Officiant's Guide, interfaith minister Lisa Francesca breaks down the entire officiating process, from becoming an ordained officiant and interviewing the couple to drafting and performing a moving ceremony. Written in an engaging and friendly tone and featuring empowering advice, suggested readings, stories and lessons learned from new officiants and practical tips from wedding planners, this inviting handbook will help new officiants write and deliver a wedding ceremony that fulfils marriage laws, delights guests and honours the marrying couple.
- Paperback | 136 pages
- 142.24 x 203.2 x 12.7mm | 249.47g
- 01 Jan 2015
- CHRONICLE BOOKS
- California, United States
- 2-colour interiors
About Lisa Francesca
Lisa Francesca is an interfaith minister who has officiated weddings, memorials, and other ceremonies for more than ten years.