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  • kerribmcmullen

Me, An Officiant?

Universal Life Church offers the ability to become an officiant, and I thought that may be another way to make some extra money. As I decided to seek out my first wedding, I created social media accounts to help promote myself and during the process, a fellow photographer reached out to me to ensure the account was not spam as I sent her a follow request. This led to the first wedding I had the pleasure to officiate, which was held in Cocoa Village.

While determining what I would wear, I learned that the clergy tab (the white collar) has no religious affiliation, but it simply signifies you are the officiant. Now, I am not saying that certain religions do not use this in a way to signify religion, but overall, it is not tied to one.

I am non-denominational and happy to officiate for anyone who wishes to get married. This first ceremony was easy for me, as I was probably speaking in front of others, and this couple was laid back and fun. I was honored to be a part of their special day.

I am not religious, and I will not recite any religious or typical vows, but you can expect me to be happy and show up in my clergy shirt, bike shorts, and high heels and maybe crack a joke or two to your ceremony. You can find my social accounts on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok. I will be available again for your ceremony beginning March 1, 2024.


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