Wedding Officiants:
Ceremonies & Rituals

Whether you have chosen to stand before one another in the warmth of an elopement ceremony or surrounded by your loving families and friends we are always grounded by the trust couples place in us. ​We specialize in the soulful sharing of your love story, creating a ceremony unique and heartfelt for both you and your guests. If you are interested in exploring additional elements for your ceremony, we offer hundreds of sample poems and readings as well as dozens of ideas for wedding ceremony rituals including:

  • Sand and Unity Candle Lighting Ceremonies
  • Time Capsule and Wine Box Ceremonies
  • Family Unity Ceremonies incorporating Children
  • Handfasting and Knot Tying Rituals and many more…
Long Island Officiants perform a wedding ceremony as the bride and groom lovingly gaze at each other.


  • Secular, Spiritual and Non-Denominational Ceremonies
  • Non Love Story
  • Short and Sweet Ceremony
  • Interfaith and Multicultural Ceremonies
  • Same Sex Ceremonies
  • Civil Ceremonies
  • Elopements Signings

We can write a wedding ceremony for a friend or relative to officiate.

A bride and groom gracefully donning their wedding veil under the guidance of a Long Island officiant.


Drawing upon our 12+ years of experience we will craft your ceremony to reflect who you are both individually and as a couple. The process is enriching and joyful as you both reflect upon your love. This brings your marriage ceremony vision to fruition! We can help you to consider:

  • Sharing the love that brings you to this commitment
  • Honoring children, family members or friends
  • Music, poems, readings, prayers and blessings
“We were looking for an officiant who could tell our story while incorporating earth-based and spiritual elements. Denise does it all and then some! This was a new process for us, she made us feel so special from day one and made time for all our inquiries from beginning to end. The final product was a masterpiece ceremony which we will hold in our hearts forever.”
Jennifer R., married at Larkfield Manor
“Tara officiated my wedding. My husband and I got so many compliments on our ceremony – everyone said it was such a standout among the other weddings they had been to recently. She brought a fresh take to what can sometimes feel like a formality or a precursor to the party and made it into its own main event. She was
endlessly kind, professional, respectful and listened carefully to our wishes.”
Krista E.
“It was a great experience to be able to collaborate with Denise to create the perfect ceremony for me and my husband. She incorporated our “jokes” perfectly, and had the crowd laughing and crying at all the right times. All of our guests complimented Denise’s abilities, delivery and beautiful words. I also loved how she was very open and made sure we felt comfortable with the whole ceremony, and that there were no surprises.”
Stephanie & Brennan, married at The Vineyards at Aquebogue
“I cannot over emphasize enough, how much Denise’s professionalism and expertise worked to create the most magical and personally meaningful wedding ceremony. We wanted a spiritual but non-denominational ceremony, one that honored what we see as a very sacred union, but one that also conveyed the lightness and joy; Denise had such an intuitive grasp of what energy and emotion we wanted to experience and created a ceremony that was everything we could have wished for.”
Catherine & George, married at their Private Residence

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Weddings are performed every day and time. If it is a last minute ceremony please call/text right away so you can be assured of booking us.

Two gay men passionately kissing in front of a cheering crowd at their Long Island wedding ceremony, officiated by an experienced and inclusive officiant.
Long Island wedding officiants guiding a man and woman as they light a candle at a wedding.
A bride and groom celebrating their beach wedding with the presence of Long Island wedding officiants.
A bride and groom, joined by a Long Island wedding officiant, pouring a drink into a glass.
A bride and groom sharing a passionate kiss in front of a palm tree at their Long Island wedding.
An officiant in Long Island guides a man and woman as they exchange vows at their wedding.