DC Metro Wedding Officiant - VA/MD/DC Bilingual
DC Metro Wedding Officiant - VA/MD/DC Bilingual

DC Metro Wedding Officiant - VA/MD/DC Bilingual

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Introduction: I take great pride and attention in my weddings and go the extra mile for all my couples. I believe in three key principles for success: 1. affability, 2.availability and 3. acessibility. If anyone possesses these three crucial qualities, they will make a difference in whatever occupation or role or responsibility they have. Meeting young and diverse couples and interacting with them at this most important juncture and step in their lives is the most exhilarating experience I could ever have in life. I love it!

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23 years in business

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This pro indicated that they reviewed CDC safety guidelines for COVID-19 and pledged to do the following:

Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers

Wear masks during the job

Disinfect surfaces touched during the job

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Bev C.
Apr 7, 2012
We followed the recommendation of wedding coordinator and found Rev. Kane to be great to work with. He is bilingual and very easy to work with. We recommend him highly for your wedding.
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Bo G.
Jul 8, 2012
We needed an officiant who is personality plus and we were successful in our search with Rev. Dan. He fit the bill 100 percent and we recommend him highly.
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Francis V.
Dec 25, 2014
Rev. Dan is fantastic! On short notice he accommodated our military schedule and married us. He was very professional, flexible and interested in doing everything possible to make our wedding so special. We were lucky to find Rev. Dan and recommend him to everyone.
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Rev. Daniel Kane


  • What types of customers have you worked with?

    I provide marriage counseling, marriage preparation, bilingual services for all married couples.

  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    Its important to ask for their credentials, i.e. theological studies and pastoral experience. There are many folks obtaining their "ordination" online and have no experience officiating wedding ceremonies.

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