Our Wedding Officiant NYC
Performing Religious, Secular, Interfaith & Cross-cultural, Traditional or Modern custom wedding ceremonies in NYC, Westchester, LI, NJ & CT
Your perfect wedding starts with your perfect ceremony. It's traditional or modern, spiritual or secular, short & sweet, or a reflection of your cultures. Or mix and match! You CAN have exactly what you want, but it will always be memorable, meaningful and respectful of your values.
Prices start at $550.00
Customer reviews (1)
This is long overdue. We got married on our 6 year anniversary on June 10, 2017. I hired Peter November of 2016 without even a second thought! Our journey with Peter with was perfect! He was always professional, detailed, prompt, detailed, a pleasure to work with. We went back and forth a few times editing our vows and he was always very responsive to our edits and quickly made the edits for us without a fuss. As I said before...a pleasure! FF to our wedding date, he was prompt and waiting for us patiently. We, hubby and I) as well as all of our guests were blown away with his speech. It was heartfelt, sincere, strong, warm and full of presence! Peter set the tone on our wedding day! I will forever be grateful that he did! There is nothing else to think about, Peter is your officiant!! CHEERS!!
WeddingLovely Blog Features
The "small wedding" trend continues to grow, and for couples living in and visiting New York, that increasingly means holding their wedding in Central Park. New York City wedding officiant and Central Park Wedding expert, Peter Boruchowitz, says that's not surprising. "For New Yorkers," he says, "Central Park is the outdoor space that's a part of our homes. Also, Central Park can be intertwined with our romantic lives: dates to see concerts at the band shell or on the Great Lawn, or Shakespeare plays that we've seen at the Delacorte Theater, picnics at the Sheep Meadow we've had with our friends, street performers that we've watched on the mall or at Bethesda Terrace, and, of course, long romantic walks by the lake, through the Ramble, in the gardens. So for New Yorkers, holding a wedding here is like getting married in your backyard."
Today’s wedding officiant interview is with Peter Boruchowitz of Our Wedding Officiant NYC. Peter writes and performs custom wedding ceremonies throughout the NYC metropolitan region and specializes in intercultural and interfaith ceremonies, and Central Park weddings. Enjoy!
An article I recently read about Millenials' biggest wedding regrets quoted a young bride saying that her regret was that she didn't pay more attention to the ceremony. This made me sad to read, because no professional wedding officiant should allow that to happen. The ceremony is the reason for the celebration that follows. That's why my motto is: ...