Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Screening Orange County Wedding Officiants

Both brides and their grooms do everything within their power to plan a wedding that's perfect. The process of planning a wedding however is stressful and with busy lives going on in between the planning sessions, things can often get overlooked and in some cases completely forgotten. Other times and in the interest of time some brides and grooms will simply settle for less than they had hoped for. There are many things that when overlooked, forgotten, or settled upon that can make a special event like a wedding less than stellar. One of the most overlooked items when planning a wedding is the Orange County wedding officiant, which is truly a shame as having the right officiant for vows can be the difference between memorable and a special exchange of vows and an exchange that feels flat and has less impact.

The Clergy Network specializes in Vow writing and can help make your day extra special.

Orange County wedding officiants aren't difficult to find however like most fields of business today it's a market flooded with people vying for your business. Brides and grooms however should take great care when selecting an Orange County wedding officiant to ensure that the most meaningful moment of their lives is handled by someone whom they are comfortable with. For some this will mean finding an Orange County wedding officiant that shares their faith or at least works with people of a specific faith. Other brides and grooms may choose to omit religious references and be looking to hire a justice of the peace to help make their vows more meaningful.

To help you make the right decision for your wedding day The Clergy Network has put together a list of Officiant Hiring Tips to help you have the right choice.

No matter what type of Orange County wedding officiant a couple might be seeking they should take great care in who they select, scrutinizing every officiant they are considering. When a bride and groom do finally decide to pursue one officiant they should research the officiants reputation in the local wedding community. Looking for reviews online and even speaking with those who've worked with a specific Orange County wedding officiant in the past can give an individual great insight into what they can expect from this person. It can also bring to light, any potential problems or issues a bride and her groom may have with the officiant. Additionally individuals are wise to request references from the Orange County wedding officiant of interest. References can come not just from couples they've married but from others who work in the wedding industry. Those in the wedding industry, more often than not, work together on at least a semi-regular basis and perhaps better than anyone else, can give brides and grooms a perception of the work, style, and reputation of a wedding officiant.

There are some Orange County wedding officiants that go the extra mile for potential clients and can provide interested parties with video and/or audio of ceremonies they've officiated. Others still will bring individuals into their office and perform a short mock ceremony. Doing so gives brides and grooms to be a real sense of what to expect from a particular Orange County wedding officiant. Every officiant is going to have his/her way of doing things and services will vary greatly from one officiant to another.

The exchange of vows is the very core of a wedding and is never something anyone takes lightly. It is therefore advisable not only screen each Orange County wedding officiant of interest but to determine what it is that a bride and groom want and expect from an officiant well before beginning any search.
The Clergy Network specializes in Orange County & Los Angeles Wedding Officiant services. Read more about how we came to be, ceremony writing, vow writing and officiant hiring tips.

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