Married by Mira
Type of ceremony
Service type (affiliation)
Non-denominational (mentions God),
Non-religious (no mention of God)
Mira officiated our wedding in Central Park and worked together with us to help personalise our ceremony. She was very helpful and helped us celebrate a most amazing day. I would've like the ceremony to be slightly longer as it went so quick with maybe a little more personalisation but otherwise, fabulous.Sep 24, 2014
My wife and I got married on August 2 at VIP Country Club in New Rochelle, NY. While Mira is not physically located right next door to us (we live in Harrisburg, PA now), we were able to coordinate everything, get to know each other, and even talk on the phone before the ceremony. She was professional, fun, and exactly what a bride or groomzilla would want because it's one less thing you'll need to worry about on your special day!Sep 23, 2014
Mira was highly recommended and rightly so. Advance contacts were good and thoughtful and tailored to our specific needs. Replies to email were speedy and effective. The ceremony was both serious and fun and a total delight. Really outstanding.Sep 20, 2012
- What types of customers have you worked with?I write custom wedding ceremonies for couples based on their unique, personal relationship story. My specialty is poetry-inspired ceremonies. I'm also happy to perform elopements and vow renewals.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?When looking for a marriage officiant, make sure that person embodies the spirit you want to create at your wedding. Ask yourself: Do I feel comfortable with him or her? Do I like the sound of his or her voice? This person sets the tone for your meaningful ceremony. Make sure you trust that that person has your interest in mind. If you are getting married in NYC, make sure that your officiant is registered with the NY county clerk's office.