Janick is dedicated to make your non–denominational, spiritual, traditional or inter-faith wedding ceremony a smooth and enchanted event at the location and setting of your choice. She currently resides in Wasaga Beach and speaks French and English fluently, a by-product of growing up in Les Cedres, QC – a small community west of Montreal. Janick’s career as a corporate trainer, second language instructor, military member, and certified life coach has prepared her well for her role as your wedding officiant. An active member of Toastmasters International, she has won numerous best speakers awards. If she sounds like the kind of Officiant you are looking for, please don’t hesitate to ask for her.
All marriages are special, whether they are second marriages, same gender marriages, or first time weddings. Your ceremony should reflect your personalities and your values. As such, you will find Wendy to be easy-going and someone who responds to your ideas for your day. Wendy is a clinical social worker in Burlington, who graduated from McMaster University with degrees in Drama and Social Work. She grew up in the Thornbury area, and still calls it home on weekends. Wendy is comfortable performing ceremonies that are spiritual or not, casual or more formal in nature.
Anna has happily officiated at over 200 wedding ceremonies of all kinds. Her experience and devotion will ensure your ceremony is as unique and special as you wish it to be, in any location you choose. She truly enjoys meeting couples and being part of their special day! She lives in Clarksburg and covers the entire Blue Mountains area and beyond. Anna continues to give back to her community by volunteering with the Blue Mountains Animal Shelter, and the ‘Not Just Tourists’ organization, sending unused medical supplies overseas. She looks forward to hearing from you!
Jacques lives in the beautiful Georgian Bay community of Midland, where he has raised three lovely daughters. An experienced speaker in French or English, he enjoys leading seminars and workshops for organizations across Canada. Jacques is amazing to work with, he’s able to make people feel comfortable and has a good sense of humour. He will help you create your meaningful non-denominational, spiritual or interfaith wedding ceremony. He likes reading and has written a few books himself, and when time permits he’s outdoors hiking, cycling or playing a game of hockey. Weddings can be stressful and you will be happy to have Jacques on your team helping to make your day special.
Congratulations on dedicating your lives to one another. I believe that the significant events in our lives should be celebrated in ways that reflect our individuality and values, thus allowing us to remember them as both full of joy and personally meaningful. Located in Wasaga Beach, I am a retired former broadcaster with CBC Radio and as a confident professional, I pride myself on bringing calm, affirming support and acceptance to your wedding day by being easy going, a good listener and very flexible. My wife has basic American Sign Language skills and her support could be available if needed or desired. Weddings, commitment ceremonies, and vow renewals can be personalized in many ways. Your joyful occasion can be formal or informal, short and simple with loved ones in attendance, or family and friends, that special pet, can be involved in any way you choose. Any place chosen, words spoken, or vows taken should reflect the level of spirituality, and the values, of you as a couple.
Judith is a dedicated wedding officiant. She brings years of experience in community nursing and holistic wellness. She sees her spritual work as an way of helping to make the mind and body connection in healing. Participating in a wedding ceremony to formalize the relationship between two people in marriage is a way of extending her commitment to an ideal of Love as the greatest healer. Judith is comfortable working with couples from a variety of backgrounds and cultures in religious, spiritual or humanitarian settings.
Jonathan joined the Canadian Armed Forces soon out of high school and after thirty-five years of traveling around the world and experiencing army life he his wife Gabrielle and their Britney Spaniel, Briar have decided to retire to the quaint village of Bognor, close to the shores of Georgian Bay. He’s keeping active with online studies with the University of New Brunswick in Occupational Health and Safety. This still leaves him with lots of time to pursue his favourite duty as a wedding officiant. He knows everyone deserves the wedding ceremony of their dreams and with Jonathan as their officiant anything is possible. He’s good with any setting, and with themes that are only limited by your imagination.
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