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6921 69th Way STE 406, Jupiter, FL 33458
Jupiter, FL 33458

Established in 1998, the Wedding Officiants of Florida offers wedding ceremony services in Martin, Broward, St. Lucie, and Palm Beach counties. The wedding ceremony provider consists of non-denominational rabbis, ministers, and other civil wedding officiants. It offers a variety of wedding ceremony packages ranging from the basic package to the premium plus package. Additionally, the provider also offers other services, including rehearsals of the actual ceremony and sound system rentals. A commemorative certificate is also available for couples.

6921 69th Way STE 406, Jupiter, FL 33458
Jupiter, FL 33458

Website(772) 444-7333

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Q: How much do wedding officiants make?
A: Individuals who perform weddings professionally make an average of $400 to $800 per ceremony, plus mileage fees. They may also charge a fee to participate in the wedding rehearsal. Other optional services, like personalized ceremonies and custom embellishments, may incur additional costs. It’s also customary to tip the officiant.
Q: What should I wear to officiate a wedding?
A: It’s best to discuss clothing options with the couple you’re marrying. Ask if they have a preference and follow their lead. If they have no input, choose an outfit that’s suitable for the type of ceremony, whether it be formal, casual, trendy, or something else.
Q: How do I get my wedding officiant license?
A: It’s not necessary to have a license to become a wedding officiant in every state. However, states that allow private individuals to become officiants usually require that they be ordained. Many jurisdictions let you complete this process online, but be sure to review the applicable state and county statutes before getting ordained.

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