Wedding Officiant

I love companioning people on their journey — whether in spiritual direction, coaching, or even just for one significant day! It’s a joy to contribute to a couple’s special and symbolic day, and ensure their ceremony truly reflects the specific couple and their relationship. I began officiating weddings because my friends asked me, and now I have made new friends in the process of officiating other’s weddings! If you’re interested in contacting me for officiant services, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

Some kind words from past couples:

After months of wedding research, I happened upon a piece of advice that stuck with me – focus on creating a meaningful ceremony. It is so easy to get stuck fussing over the details of wedding colors and seating charts that you forget that nobody is going to remember those things. What they will remember is how your wedding made them feel. Dani was instrumental in helping us craft a ceremony that was meaningful and unique. She asked great questions to masterfully tailor the wedding script to us and help us write our vows. The ceremony would not have been the same without Dani’s help, and to me it was perfect. — Tracy G.

There is no better feeling than absolute trust in your officiant on your wedding day. It was truly a gift to have such a great friend guide us through one of the best days of our lives. — Ariel F.

Dani performed our wedding ceremony last year and it was a wonderful experience. We had a few meetings before to chat and get connected, a trial run at my convenience, and she was so thorough and prompt with any questions or fears. The actual ceremony ended up being my favorite part of the whole day. Dani [had] some personal, funny, and sentimental little surprises [during the ceremony] for my husband and I. Overall, my experience with her was extra special because we have a friendship but the reason I asked her was because she is very thoughtful, reflective, purposeful and insightful. All things that she would bring to any potential ceremony, friend or not. — Angi L.

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