(Closed) Officiant help in Pittsburgh

posted 6 years ago in Pittsburgh
Post # 3
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145 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

@Stace126:  Do you not want someone who is affiliated with a chruch? My pastor for example told me straight out that he doesn’t believe in organized religion and that being spiritual and being religous are different and he’s marrying us (neither of us go to church… ever.). Just a thought. 

 

Otherwise, you can get a friend to get the certification online and they could marry you for free. =) 

Post # 5
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145 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

@Stace126:  Oh that’s good! I just wanted to give some suggestions and see if any of them would help! I’m glad you found someone. =)

Post # 6
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565 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

If you’re actually interested in it, a Quaker marriage is a self-uniting marriage. The bride, the groom, and two witnesses sign the marriage license as opposed to the bride, the groom, and the officiant. And you do not need to be a Quaker to do this. Plus, it’s FREE (other than the license fee, of course).

I’m planning on a self-uniting ceremony next May. This thread explains it a bit more. But it seems that the OP hasn’t revisited in a while.

Self uniting ceremony

Also, this PG story from a few years ago…

http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/local/uncategorized/judge-says-couple-can-have-self-uniting-marriage-503676/

Post # 7
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502 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I’ve been considering the self-uniting ceremony but then I feel like I still need someone to speak and carry the ceremony… and I don’t know who I would have do that…

I’m also having trouble finding an officiant in the burgh!

Post # 8
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983 posts
Busy bee

A Simple Vow. 

 

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