Frank Harlan’s years of professional experience as a Wedding Officiant and Master of Ceremony for private and public events makes it easy for him to create a comfortable environment that relaxes brides and grooms, and allows them to share a candid and emotional experience with their family and friends in attendance.
From Processional to Recessional, Frank will script, choreograph and direct your wedding ceremony so that you can manage your nerves and be the best you can be on one of the most significant days of your lives as a couple.
Couples have many ways of showing their love and affection for each other on their wedding day. Location and script content is often tied to shared interests and a creatively romantic desire to blend lifestyle with ethnic culture and tradition, For some couples that has meant incorporating a Sofreh-ye Aghd, standing under a Chuppa, Handfasting, San San Kudo, or crushing a glass by foot at the end of the ceremony.
Often brides and grooms have their own ideas and creative concepts they would like to incorporate into their wedding ceremony. For example, I've had couples Skype their ceremony to relatives in Europe (then take them to the Reception on their laptop), grooms have played pranks on the Best Man, Tea or Micro-brew Sharing, and others have changed their Facebook status as a Unity Ritual.