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Wedding Your Way New York

5
out of 5.0

Quality of Service

5.0

Responsiveness

5.0

Professionalism

5.0

Value

5.0

Flexibility

5.0

5.0

Beth - Russell and I cannot thank you enough for being part of our wedding day. You were the perfect officiant! Your Humanist words were so genuine and kind and real, we adored the personal touch and all the options you provided. It was written just so beautifully. Thank you again and we will always recommend you! What a wonderful, professional, and perfect experience! Sincerely, -Katya
Description

Wedding Your Way New York is a Manhattan-based New York City registered and New York State authorized wedding officiant service operating in the five boroughs of New York City plus Western Long Island and Lower Westchester County. We conduct traditional, contemporary, or multicultural ceremonies, and we work with you to design your wedding ceremony to be as individual and personal as you wish, with a focus on simplicity and meaning. Wedding Your Way New York is very LGBT-friendly and we proudly conduct same-sex wedding ceremonies. Beth K. Lamont is a Humanist Celebrant, also known as a Humanist Chaplain or a Humanist Minister, and is ordained and authorized by The Humanist Society (THS), an adjunct to the American Humanist Association (AHA). We look forward to serving on your Very Special Day.

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Low-cost custom wedding ceremonies in New York City!
Contact Information
200 Rector Place
New York , NY 10280
(914)588-5284
Wedding Categories
Officiants
Amenities/Features
Services
Civil Union, Interfaith Ceremony, Non-religious Ceremony, Single Religion Ceremony, Same Sex Marriages, Marriage Preparation
Religious Affiliations
Agnostic, Baha'i Faith, Buddhist, Christian (no denomination), Christian - Anglican, Christian - Baptist, Christian - Catholic, Christian - Episcopalian, Christian - Lutheran, Christian - Methodist, Christian - Mormon, Christian - Orthodox, Christian - Presbyterian, Christian - Quaker, Evangelical, Hindu, Islam, Jainism, Jewish, Muslim, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoist