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I was happy to be the Connecticut Wedding Officiant of choice for KT and Glenn who were married on the grounds of the stunning Amarantes Sea Cliff in New Haven.

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They processed to the outdoor gazebo to the sounds of Trumpet Voluntary played by a brass quartet. They wanted a contemporary ceremony, that was spiritual but not religious. To honor their family background the brides Mother read from the St. James Bible, sharing a classic reading about the importance of Faith, Hope and Love.


To reflect their connection to the water, which featured strongly in their journey together, another family member read a reflection on love by Anne Morrow Lindberg’s “A Gift from the Sea”, which was framed perfectly by the waterside view of the harbor.

As a Connecticut Wedding Minister and Officiant, I serve everyone who believes in love.  I want to help you find a path to create a wedding that reflects everything about your unique backgrounds and beliefs and blend them seamlessly with your love story, creating a wedding ceremony that is all about you!

Thank you so very much for all of your help. You gave us the opportunity to have the wedding we wanted that raised the stakes to where they needed to be. You provided the route from anxiety to demonstration of affection. We cannot demonstrate enough gratitude.

Lindsey and Kim

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