As part of our services, Lindsey Hoskins & Associates is pleased to provide a customized officiant wedding ceremony MD community members will never forget. Selecting a wedding officiant for your ceremony is an extremely important part of your wedding planning. For this reason, we are always honored to be part of a couple’s special day. Allow us to help make it a wonderful and memorable occasion.

A MD officiant wedding ceremony performed by Lindsey Hoskins & Associates will reflect you and your partner’s deepest wishes. We will work closely with you to craft a unique and lovely ceremony that will provide memories to cherish.

The Lindsey Hoskins & Associates team has years of combined experience in creating an officiant wedding ceremony MD couples find deeply meaningful. As per wishes, we can officiate a religious or secular wedding ceremony. We also offer non-denominational ministers who can perform an officiant wedding ceremony in MD at your venue of choice.

When we meet with you and your loved one prior to the wedding day, a Lindsey Hoskins & Associates team member will collaborate with you in planning an officiant wedding ceremony MD partners are looking for. Your ceremony can be brief and simple, or lengthy and intricate.

Wedding Ceremony Package

First consultation. Lindsey Hoskins & Associates understands the importance of meeting with clients in person to allow couples the opportunity to see if our team member is the right officiant for you. We offer this at no charge to you.

Planning. During the planning stage, your Lindsey Hoskins & Associates officiate will offer suggestions and ideas that you may wish to use for your wedding rituals or vows. This will be an open dialogue and two-sided exchange so that your thoughts, ideas, wishes, dreams, and hopes will be included and reflected in your ceremony.

Ceremony refinement. As we craft and refine the script for your ceremony, we will correspond with you by email for your feedback. We understand the importance of planning every moment of your wedding day until it feels perfect.

The wedding ceremony. Your Lindsey Hoskins & Associates officiant will arrive at your venue on your wedding day well in advance of the ceremony starting. As part of our services included in the officiant wedding ceremony MD couples usually prefer that we help coordinate with other ceremony vendors. We will also help prepare the setting for the processional. (On request, we can also arrange for your officiant to be present at your wedding rehearsal.) During the ceremony, your special day will be digitally recorded and you will be provided with an electronic keepsake copy.

Marriage license. After the wedding ceremony, we will submit your completed marriage license to the courthouse that is appropriate for your jurisdiction. We will also provide you with a signed copy.

Choosing an Officiant for a Non-Religious Wedding

Deciding on a wedding officiant should be one of the most important decisions you make for your wedding. If you are looking for a non-denominational or a civil ceremony, it can be difficult to know where to start to look for an officiant. For any type of wedding, contact Lindsey Hoskins & Associates to find the perfect wedding officiant for your ceremony. We have a variety of officiants who perform all types of ceremonies. Our main goal is to make sure your wedding officiant wedding ceremony MD couple love exactly how you imagined it. We will work with you to ensure we are on the same page with you and your fiance for your vows, readings, and the ceremony as a whole.  

Choosing the right wedding officiant is a big decision. It can be especially difficult if you don’t know where to start to find one. Here are some tips on finding a wedding officiant for a non-religious wedding:

  • Know the type of wedding you want to have

A civil ceremony is entirely non-religious and is performed by an officiant who has no affiliation with any type of religious organization. A non-denominational officiant wedding ceremony MD brides look for is still a Christian ceremony, it is just not specific to any one denomination (for example: Methodism, Lutheranism, or Catholicism). Knowing the type of ceremony you want will help make searching for an officiant much easier.

  • Browse the internet

If you are completely lost on where to start looking for wedding officiant options, a great way to find a variety of local officiants is by reading reviews from weddings in your area. Reading what other couples say about different officiants should help you determine if they would be a good fit for your wedding.

  • Ask your event planner or venue

Using your event planner or venue is a great option for recommendations. They should be able to recommend you to officiants that perform weddings regularly at the venue.

  • Visit local places of worship

If you are considering a non-denominational officiant wedding ceremony MD couples want, you could reach out to churches in your area. You can ask if they would consider providing officiant services for people who are not members of their church. The church may give you a few options, which could include making a donation, joining the church, or attending counseling with the officiant.

  • Ask married friends and relatives for recommendations

By talking to friends and family in the area who were recently married, you can find recommendations for specific officiants. If you do not want their same officiant, you can ask them to point you in the right direction on how they found their officiant.

No matter what type of officiant wedding ceremony MD couples are looking for, they should have an officiant that understands couple and the couple’s values. Our wedding officiants work hard to ensure your ceremony is exactly what you hoped it would be like. We hope you will consider one of our wedding officiants to help make your wedding special.

Give Us a Call

To talk with a Lindsey Hoskins & Associates team member about the possibility of working with us to customize an officiant wedding ceremony MD can be proud of, call us today at 240-752-7650.

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