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Minnesota Officiants was founded in 2004 by Jim Albani, a non-denominational minister. Jim felt there was a need for more variety in both traditional and non-traditional weddings. He believed the brides and grooms he worked with were yearning for weddings that were personal; yet meaningful. His goal was to provide his couples with the opportunity to share their love with their families and friends.

Our Wedding Officiants will work with you to create a wedding ceremony that reflects the love you share with each other. Our tag line is "Creating Forever Memories" and we are so humbled to be a part of your celebration of love and the joy found therein. Please read our wedding officiant reviews to get a feel for the dedication and service we provide our couples.

We have officiated weddings in places of worship, in parks, on rivers and lakes, at golf clubs and country clubs, in private homes, at hotels and motels, in barns, and any place people gather to celebrate the love in their lives. Jim has authored "Your Complete Wedding Ceremony" e-book.

read more › Wedding ceremonies can be as unique as the bride and groom. They do not have to be traditional. The style progressive couples choose for their ceremony can depict their unique personalities and lifestyles. Ceremonies can also be civil or spiritual. Not every bride likes to be the center of attention, even for her own wedding ceremony. Many couples have private ceremonies and celebrate with their friends and family at the reception. We enjoy creating a ceremony with couples and wedding planners that expresses the commitment of the bride and groom to each other and their partnership in marriage.

read more › Minnesota Officiants was founded to honor the desires couples have in personal and meaningful wedding ceremonies. Over the years we have had a number of our couples contact us requesting a ceremony or ritual that celebrates the birth or adoption of new family members. The common theme is they are seeking a ceremony welcoming the 'newcomer' into the family unit. They also want to establish the role their extended family has in creating a foundation for the child's future. The extended family includes, but is not limited to siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, godparents and friends.

read more › In Minnesota, a licensed wedding officiant must file an application at their county service center. The officials authorized to solemnize marriages include judges, and licensed ministers, priests or rabbis. You'll typically need to apply for your marriage license at least one month before your wedding ceremony. You'll traditionally need to send in your birth certificates, tax information, and other official documents. You don't, however, want to apply for your marriage license too early. In some states, the licenses do expire, if you don't get married within a few months.

read more › This eBook reflects the various wedding ceremonies we have either created or co-created with brides and grooms. It is meant to be a guide and resource for couples to use in creating their special wedding ceremony. Jim Albani is the author. Most couples tend to be overwhelmed at the thought of organizing their ceremony and do not know where to begin. This eBook is a place to begin! The Wedding Ceremony Outline and Checklist contains all of the options a wedding ceremony 'could' have. It is a starting point in creating your wedding ceremony.

read more › Jim Albani was our officiant and we could not be happier with our choice! He was organized, professional, kind, and so patient. He made it really easy for us to pick out everything that we wanted to include in our ceremony and did everything just perfectly. He definitely went above and beyond to make sure that my husband and I had a beautiful, and personalized ceremony. We are so happy we found him and would strongly recommend using Jim as an officiant to anyone getting married! We really knew nothing about planning a wedding ceremony, Cris walked us through the many options he has seen and gave us the space to make it our own.

read more › Did you see a particular officiant on our site that you would like to have perform your ceremony? If so, you can give us your first choice, as well as fallbacks if he/she is not available on your date. If your first choice is not available, who would be your second choice of wedding officiant? Just in case neither of your top two officiants are available on your wedding date, who would be your third choice?

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