As a Las Vegas wedding minister, this is why I love what I do. I get to see so many happy people and happy moments. Wedding days are filled with lots of fun traditions: first dances, the cutting of the cake, the exchanging of vows… When this new bride went to toss her bouquet, she and one of her guests had another surprise — and something just as exciting to celebrate. Watch as the bride prepares to toss the bouquet behind her, only to turn around, walk up to one of her best
Some people my think that I have seen it all being a Wedding Officiant in Las Vegas. The truth is that there is so much more out there that I easily get choked up about. Still to this day I will start crying durring a ceremony just because I can see how much the couple truly cares for each other. I am just that sensitive! If I were to wittness the below video in person, I would cry just as loudly as I did watching it at home. I mean a big ugly cry. I watched the whole video a
As a Las Vegas Wedding Officiant I hear this stereotype for men very often: do men really fear commitment? Well, I have searched for hours (well, more like a couple minutes) and found a short, to-the-point article to share with the world. Please enjoy this article brought to you by your favorite Las Vegas Wedding Minister. **** TV and movies would have you believe that men are commitment-phobes who fear the dreaded ball and chain, but it turns out that's just not true.
It is very unfortunate that I do not have any children. Having a child is the one thing in my life that I have always wanted. Way before I was a Las Vegas Wedding Officiant, I had to take care of my baby brother and sister after they were born. Although sober now, my mother was a drug addict, a gambleholic, and in an abusive relationship. I had no choice but to try and shield them from that life. Since then, I have always wanted a child. So, I can relate to this article below