How do I know my Officiant registered?
Anyone who is legally register to officiate weddings in Ontario is listed on the Ontario government’s website below. You can find Reverend Rayvin (Rhonda Lynn) Nyte listed under Sudbury;
Here is why you want to make sure your Officiant is legally registered with the province:
How long is the ceremony?
The average ceremony is 20 minutes long but each one is unique so it can be shorter or longer depending on your preference and anything you would like to have included such as songs, poems or personally written vows.
Will You Travel?
Yes I am willing to travel outside of Sudbury, however travel expenses will be required.
Where do I get a marriage license?
You can get all the information you need to get your marriage license at the following links;
How far ahead should I book?
The marriage license and wedding officiant are the only two things required to get legally married in Ontario, everything else optional so you should book as soon as you set a date and confirm your location. I’m open to last minute bookings if I have open dates especially in off seasons.
Do we need to have witnesses present?
Yes. You are legally obligated to provide two witnesses of sound mind over the age of 18 besides the couple getting married.