or Anaheim Hills - Orange County - Southern California Selecting Your
Wedding Venue & Minister or Justice Of The Peace, Officiator,
Judge, Catholic Priest, Rabbi or Non-Denominational Wedding Officiant
Like other Southern
California cities, Orange County’s, Anaheim, offers a variety
of wedding reception and wedding ceremony locations. A bride’s
and groom’s preferred wedding venue… park, private estate
or home, hotel, restaurant, garden, courtyard, museum, banquet hall,
boat or ship, church or chapel, etc., will lead to certain marriage
ceremony related considerations.
When Selecting A Wedding Ceremony Location & Wedding Officiant:
clergy, minister or justice of the peace should be familiar with
your outdoor or indoor wedding ceremony environment. When selecting
the officiator ascertain:
- The physical
condition of the officiant relative to your chosen wedding site
environ…i.e., inarticulate or soft speaking voice, untidy
appearance, or overall state of health.
- Their knowledge
of your general marriage ceremony environ…i.e., park, beach,
- Their knowledge
of your specific marriage ceremony location in Anaheim, Southern
- Their actual
experiences at your chosen wedding place… i.e. their opinion
on the wedding sites sound system, the location’s wedding
coordinator, caterer, or potential ceremony area concerns.
On Matching Your Wedding Location To The Right Wedding Officiant,
Minister Or Justice of the Peace, Priest or Rabbi:
not automatically settle for the clergy, officiant, minister or
justice of the peace, included in your wedding ceremony package.
Such an officiator is probably included because they are willing
to “short cut”, sacrificing the importance of your
wedding ceremony, to provide maximum profit for the location’s
bringing in a carefully selected “outside” career
officiant (at a higher financial cost). It is better to pay more
than for the bride to “cry her eyes out” after her
poorly presented marriage ceremony. A meaningful & competently
given marriage ceremony can be as important as great wedding pictures.
A bumbling wedding minister or judge is not an option.
a “real” officiant who chose their career and loves
their work…happy about marriage and who enjoys participating
in the wedding ceremony. A career officiant…not a part-timer
… a newcomer…or someone who avoided proper training
through “internet “ordination.
a bride and groom centered ceremony and officiator. Avoid gimmicky
clergy marketing….. officiant guy, marrying man, comic clergy
or 1-800marrycheap, etc, as this kind of advertising places the
spotlight on the minister. This is your day, not the officiant’s
for trying out bad jokes or expressing their opinions.
certain that you are educated in the important guarantees only
offered by screened career degreed officiants. With the right
knowledge, a bride and groom can expect the wedding ceremony of
Can The Clergy Network Help You To Realize The Wedding Ceremony
and Marriage Vows Of Your Dreams?
Orange County, California wedding ceremony locations, The Clergy
Network, offers a variety of wedding officiants for interview. Our
selection of religious ceremony officiants…ministers, clergy,
etc. and other officiators skilled in the non-religious ceremony,
are trained, degreed and screened career wedding professionals.
A bride and groom is given choice of wedding ceremony, marriage
vows content & civil wedding officiator or minister… participate
in a marriage ceremony planning session…. are assigned a ceremony
writer and given our proprietary wedding ceremony creation software….
can expect “week of” ceremony consultation and “day
of” coordination… and are guaranteed a qualified “backup”
officiator assigned to their selected officiator. Name change and
marriage license information, paperwork and requirements will also
be provided. For More Information on Anaheim- Orange County- Southern
California Marriage Ceremonies & Wedding Vows, Contact The Clergy
Network, A Wedding Officiant Referral Service, at (714) 970 8839
(Main Office In Southern California). Celebrating 17, Very Successful
Years Of Wedding Ceremony Officiation!