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Harris was amazing! His personality is what drew us to him. He did a wonderful job of blending humor and romance into our ceremony along with combining both of our different religions. My husband is Jewish and I am Catholic. Harris also did a good job of including our family and friends in the service. He was professional along with being personable and easy to talk to. We will be using Harris again when we renew our vows in 10 years!!
Working with Charlene and Greg to plan my Quaker and Jewish-inspired wedding was perfect! Everything went off without a hitch! And the guests said the ceremony was beautiful.
Rabbi Dubin performed the best Jewish wedding ever!!! He sang the Hebrew prayers and told everyone how we met and how we were meant to be together. He is personable and sincere. I would recommend him for any service, religious or civil. He is great!!!!!
We could not have been more happy to have Cindy as our officiant for our wedding. She was professional, always responded in a timely fashion, sincere, and very patient. She worked with us to put together the perfect ceremony. She offered suggestions, which really helped to make the event go as smooth as possible. She also wrote her own beautiful piece which really touched our hearts. Just having gotten married herself, she can offer valuable insight in to your special day. She is genuinely a nice person and will do everything she can to make you happy with her services. I would recommend Happily Ever Blissful to any friend or family member. Thank you so much Cindy!
It makes me so happy to know that I got this whole shebang going! When my husband and I were planning our wedding, we knew that we wanted our dear friend, Deb to be a part of our wedding day. I had heard of friends getting ordained to perform wedding ceremonies, but I wasn't sure if hubby would go for it... One day I threw it out there when we were discussing WHO was going to marry us... You see my DH was raised Catholic and I came from Jewish and Protestant parents... This was making the ceremony part hard to figure out... So I suggested we have a friend get ordained to marry us, and at the same moment we both said, "Deb!" We called her on the spot, and once she stopped crying, she said yes! We couldn't have made a better choice! Deb went through the ordaining process and became official! We met together to discuss what we wanted our ceremony to include and within a week we received our whole ceremony planned out! Deb was great! I wanted to change a few words around at one point, but felt bad making changes. I'll never forget her response,"Silly... It's your ceremony, you should have the wording however you like!" Deb took and incorporated my suggestions as to how I wanted the ceremony to flow, put her Deb touch on it, and we couldn't have been happier! I am pleased to report that due to our ceremony, Deb has added in one additional line to her ceremonies... the words "Please be seated!" Our ceremony was so great that no one minded standing through it, but we realized afterwards that since no one had said "Please be seated," everyone stood the whole time! We still laugh about it to this day! I couldn't have asked for a better experience! Deb is an amazing person, a wonderful friend and an oustanding officiant! She brought a warm presence to our ceremony, keeping it very personal and intimate. If you're looking for an officiant who isn't going to put your guests to sleep, who will add personal anecdotes to your ceremony and with whom you will form a life long bond, then Deb is the way to go! I cannot recommend her highly enough! Our ceremony was all I could have asked for and more!
From day one, Kevin Cook went above and beyond for us. He was supportive and counseled regarding both the flow of the ceremony and helped define what was important to my husband and to me, both separately and as a unit. While we are spiritual, we don't identify with a specific religion. Kevin was able to inject what God meant to us in a lovely way that we and our guests enjoyed and understood, despite their own religions that varied from Jewish to Catholic to Muslim. We love and respect Kevin and feel that he is the ultimate officiant. We hope that you are blessed to have him marry you too!
Rabbi Katz is a wonderful person and a great officiate. We had some unexpected difficulties right before our wedding and Rabbi Katz really went out of his way to make things run smoothly, even though it wasn't at all part of his job. He gave a warm, caring ceremony and made the day a happy and memorable one.
Rabbi Linda hasn’t married us yet but we just met her and we can’t wait! We will keep everyone posted!
Rabbi Reverend Marty made it happen. Completely professionsl, light hearted and involved. Our day and ceremony was amazing! Thank You for sharing it with us. All the Love, The Friedmans
Cantor Friedlander officiated a Jewish wedding ceremony for me and my (non-Jewish) husband. She created a beautiful ceremony that pleased everyone in attendance, from Orthodox Jews to observant Catholics, and that was truly meaningful for me and my husband. She listened to and was respectful of what we wanted and was very accommodating every step of the way. We could not have had a better experience and we are very grateful and thankful for Cantor Friedlander's services.
Sandra was a phenomenal wedding officiant for us. Patient, thorough, supportive, reliable. She offered us a number of different options as wedding ceremony choices. Ultimately, though, I realized I wanted to adapt my own ceremony to ensure that everyone in both families felt included. (I'm Jewish, my husband isn't.) Also, we have so many gay friends, I didn't want the ceremony to be all about how perfect men and women are together. Sandra was incredibly helpful, knowledgeable, and open-minded about the elements I wanted in the ceremony. We could not have asked for a better experience with her.
We were thrilled to have selected Cantor Leslie Friedlander to officiate our wedding ceremony. She was incredibly flexible throughout the process, even editing a passage out the morning of the wedding to ensure that the entirety of the ceremony fit us a couple (I'm Jewish, my husband is an atheist). She really took the time to get to know us as people, both as a couple and independently and was able to put that information into the ceremony. She also diligently took the time to explain various traditional elements to us so that we could make the decision whether or not to include them in our ceremony. That, above all else, is priceless- the focus was on US and creating OUR ceremony, not on her and what she wanted to include as it corresponded to her own beliefs.
Our relationship began in 1990, when our children became students of Cantor Mandi Beckenstein. Her preparation gave the children the confidence and love they needed to perform on that special day. Fast forward 21 years; lives change, jobs change and children grow up. Here we were planning the wedding of our daughter who was about to marry out of our religion. A family friend of ours happens to be a priest and we welcomed his presence at their wedding. Not having been in touch with Cantor Mandi, I proceeded to search the internet" and low and behold found her. The past 20 years dissolved when I heard her voice on the phone. Of course she remembered my children and our family; and after filling her in on the plans she happily agreed to be a part of the wedding ceremony. Both Cantor Beckenstein and Father Peter Werhle together preformed one of the most beautiful wedding ceremonies I have ever been a part of. I always knew Cantor Mandi had a beautiful voice, little did I know that Father Peter too, had one. So as the ceremony proceeded we were blessed to have readings in both Hebrew and English. These two professionals, from different backgrounds, came together to make one couple very happy. It's not very often you come upon someone who has touched your life in many ways; Cantor Mandi is that such person. Just ask my kids.
Rabbi Getman is a nice Rabbi who has served his country well and continues to do so
I am a traditional, conservative rabbi who will officiate at your wedding. I have been told I am photogenic. Non-kosher receptions are okay.
We offer unique and personalized interfaith and Jewish wedding ceremonies, child naming and blessings, online bar and bat mitzvah preparation and celebration services, compassionate funeral and unveiling services. All clergy associates are seminary educated and invested. Fees are based on number of clergy participating and travel to venue or destination.
I'm a rabbi who is available to do Jewish weddings and interfaith weddings (single clergy). I am looking forward to meeting you to discuss your wedding plans and make your wedding ceremony personal and memorable.
I am officiating weddings and funerals professionally. I have over 25 years' experience. I alsol provide marriage, family, and bereavement counseling.
I am a wedding rabbi performing Jewish, interfaith and same-gender ceremonies personalized for your needs -- carefully tailored to meet your preferences. I will co-officiate with other clergy.
I do interfaith weddings and life cycle services for Jews and Jewish/Interfaith couples. My services include weddings, funerals, and baby namings.
I am a reform rabbi who creates and helps inter-faith wedding services for jewish, inter-faith, and same sex couples in Long Island, NY and NYC. Rabbi Lawrence Siegel, D.D.,Min. is a member of NY Board of Reform Rabbis and Central Conference of American Rabbis. He is located in Long Beach, NY.