Wedding Officiants in Almonte, Ontario

Allison Adamovits

Allison AdamovitsAllison is an active business owner in Carleton Place, where she resides. Allison holds a Bachelors in Psychology (Carleton), a Bachelors in Social Work (Laurentian) and a Masters in Social Work (Carleton). She is the proud parent of three children and enjoys riding horses; kayaking; gardening; likes to ice skate; hike and has performed in musical theatre. She is a cat, dog and horse lover and when not helping couples get married, she’s active in charities that support animal welfare. She is excited to join in your commitment to each other.

Barbara O'Dell

Barbara O'DellI would be thrilled to be your Officiant and participate in your journey to unite love, lives and families. My husband Ric and our two children moved to the beautiful community of Constance Bay in 1990. After several successful years in high tech customer service, I am now a proud small business owner in the community. One of my passions is to play a part in the happiest moments of peoples’ lives and to conduct your personalized spiritual, non-denominational, or same gender wedding ceremony. I would love to hear all about your plans and work with you to make it the most special day of your life.

Judy Wagdin

Judy WagdinLocated in Richmond, Ontario, I am available to perform wedding ceremonies throughout the Ottawa Valley. I am an experienced Wedding Officiant, and I will be happy to discuss any type of non-denominational wedding ceremony you choose. Before becoming an Officiant, I was a teacher, and after I took time to raise my family, I returned to the work force as a Sales Rep for a major food Distributor. I have always had a strong sense of community and remain actively involved in several volunteer capacities. As a mother of four and a grandmother of eight, I am confident that I can bring humour, understanding and patience to your wedding ceremony. I look forward to meeting with you to help create the perfect wedding experience.

Jody TaylorawardAdditional LanguagesFrench

Jody TaylorResiding with her teenage children and husband in the Barrhaven area in Ottawa, Jody enjoys the opportunity to celebrate new beginnings through the eyes of the couples she serves. She understands it’s an honour and a privilege to be chosen to conduct and participate in your personalized, spiritual, non-denominational, or interfaith wedding ceremonies. Jody is fluently bilingual in English and French, flexible, easygoing and organized making her an ideal candidate to conduct seamless worry-free ceremonies for her couples. She’s an avid animal lover and enjoys a house filled with, family, friends, light, love and laughter. Jody looks forward to the possibility of working with YOU!

John Hyland

John HylandJohn lives in the vibrant community of Arnprior, just beyond the fringe of the Nation’s Capital. He travels the Greater Ottawa Area, Mississippi Mills, Lanark/Lanark Highlands and the Lower Ottawa valley conducting Weddings. With a sense of humour and a respect for propriety he joins with couples in creating lifetime memories often including family members. Each ceremony is a unique experience reflecting elements to personalize and set it apart from others. John is a warm and caring individual who loves to spend time with couples. Please take a moment and read the testimonials provided below.

Eric Morgan

Eric MorganI would love to have the honour and opportunity to collaborate with you to deliver a personalized wedding ceremony that reflects your style on your special day. I reside in Carleton Place, and I am married with six children, giving me the understanding of family. I have been actively involved over the years in a number of charitable community initiatives, such as the Lions Club and the Cancer Society. Your spiritual or non-denominational ceremony should focus on and express your love for each other and your future together. I am calm, supportive and have a warm presence allows me to perform your ceremony with confidence and ease, ensuring it reflects who you are as a couple, as well as having the right balance of professionalism, creativity and fun for you and your guests.

Marianne Mullan

Marianne  MullanMarianne sees the need for wedding officiants who are willing to meet the needs of the couple in a caring and loving environment. Marianne lives and teaches in Carleton Place, and volunteers her time acting, directing, and writing for community theatre. If you are looking for someone who is highly approachable and flexible to your needs, she is the right choice for you. She welcomes and embraces all faiths and spiritual traditions. She firmly believes that the wedding ceremony is the public confirmation of your love and should be a true reflection of yourselves and your beliefs. Marianne wants to wish all of you the best for your special day.

Colleen Kenny

Colleen KennyColleen is an experience wedding officiant who lives in Smiths Falls. She is patient and kind and loves a great laugh. Colleen feels finding the person you want to spend the rest of your life with is such an amazing gift and celebrating your love and commitment is one of the greatest moments in life, so she considers it a privilege and an honour when a couple entrusts her to join them together in one of the most important days of their lives. Talk with her you will not be be sorry.

Rick Edwards

Rick EdwardsRick brings a measure of experience in public speaking and performing weddings. Add a dash of organizational skills with a touch of fun he’ll make your special wedding ceremony exactly what you want. All types of relationships, ethnicities and settings, will be delightfully welcomed as he helps prepare you for the most memorable day in your life together. Rick was raised in the U. S. and has a Master’s degree in Liberal/Cultural Studies from Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. Rick has enjoyed a few careers, including a decade as a pastor and a stint as a popular radio host since moving to Canada in 2002. Now, he and Elisabeth, three pussycats and backyard full of birdfeeders live in Almonte.

Sandra Jarvis

Sandra JarvisSandra, who lives in Braeside, believes that when it comes to your wedding day, it truly is “all about you”. You deserve to have the wedding ceremony of your dreams, and I would be honored to have the opportunity of working with you to make your vision a reality. I enjoy expressing myself through poetry and art. Other hobbies are reading, gardening and fishing. I have always been eager to help people so I trained and worked as a Nursing Assistant at the Grace Hospital in Ottawa. My wish to continue learning, combined with wanting to be creative, led me to train in Event Planning at Algonquin College. With that knowledge I have successfully organized a fundraiser for cancer, given consultation to brides and helped with a local bridal fair. Whatever your need may be, I would be thrilled to help you with the happiest, most magical and memorable wedding ceremony of your life.

Jessie Douglas

Jessie DouglasI’ve been a long-term resident of the Carleton Place area and having raised my three sons, I am now available to help others like you, celebrate your love and commitment to each other. I’m an experienced motivational speaker and I have been told that people remember my Scottish brogue. It adds something a wee bit different to any occasion. As a happy and upbeat person, I love to read, enjoy my daily walks and visiting with friends. It would give me great pleasure to perform your ceremony and ensure it’s memorable for you and your guests

Mike Sadler

Mike SadlerResiding with his family in Stittsville, Mike was an Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces for 21 years and spent another 15 years with the Federal Government. Mike is an experienced facilitator and public speaker comfortable in any setting. Not only will he work hard to perform your traditional or spiritual wedding ceremony to meet your needs, but Mike’s casual sense of humour will ensure your guests are relaxed while easing your mind so that you can truly savor the moment. During the summer Mike and his wife Terry can be found riding their motorcycles or enjoying quiet evenings boating, while winter will find them ballroom dancing to the sounds of big band music.