Wedding Officiating

Lead Wedding Officiant and Certified Wedding Planner Richard Cadieux

Your satisfaction is the result of the extensive experience we gained while performing 1,700+ wedding ceremonies at 150+ area venues and being educated as certified wedding consultants. We are a 20+ year successful business (Est 2001) and pillars in the wedding community.

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Our expertise can save you time and money while accommodating any type of wedding ceremony or wedding requests. Fees are given by phone 760-636-3564 or by contact form.

To be clear about what we can do for you as a Palm Springs based wedding minister, wedding clergy, wedding official, wedding officiate, ceremony officiant, humanist officiant, and  celebrant; We legally marry couples and file the necessary paperwork to make their marriage legal under the eyes of the law.

Below are some official definitions, or officiant definitions you might say:

From A Glossary of Terms :
This is the cleric or secular official that carries out the ceremony. For non-religious weddings, he or she might be a justice of the peace, magistrate or even the captain of a ship (when on-board).

From Wikipedia:
An officiant is someone who officiates at (i.e. leads) a service or ceremony, such as marriage, burial, or name-giving/baptism. Officiants may be ordained by any denomination as members of their clergy, or by secular/Humanist or Interfaith/Inter-spiritual religious bodies. Officiants differ from Chaplains in that Officiants serve the unaffiliated public at large, while Chaplains are usually employed by an institution such as the military, a hospital or other health care facility, etc. The term “Officiant” also includes Justices of the Peace, celebrants, notaries, and other people empowered by law to perform legally binding private ceremonies.

Marriage Officiant
A marriage officiant is a civil officer who performs acts of marriage or civil union. Their main responsibility is to receive and witness the consent of the intended spouses and to ensure the legal formalities, and hence the validity of the marriage or civil union, observed.