Toronto Wedding Officiant Rev. Rudy H. Heezen officiates Gay and Lesbian wedding ceremonies,
Following some ideas to plan for your Gay, Lesbian or Same Sex wedding:
Select a location that is safe gay and lesbian friendly. Choose what type of wedding venue you would like to have. There are many choices such as: town hall/civic centre ceremonies, or ceremonies outside with the surrounding beauty of nature, your home, back-yard, park, etc.
Select your wedding-officiant. It goes without saying someone who totally supports you!
Apply for and obtain a marriage license from your local town officials. Make sure you have all of your personal identification ready to show them. You will need a birth certificate or passport and one other piece of photo identification.
Consider and choose the type of decorations you will want for your wedding. Get in touch with local gay friendly wedding planners in the area and ask them about available options.
Send out invitations to all of your friends and family that support you in your marriage. Get ready for the big day by getting your suits or dresses rented or purchased beforehand to avoid stress.
Write your vows to one another. You can write straight from the heart or get someone professional to help you write yours, but with your personal touch.
Enjoy your wedding ceremony and surround yourself with love.
Rev. Rudy Heezen Toronto, GTA and Durham Region, Brides Wedding Officiant, wholeheartedly supports same sex, gay and lesbian marriages and ceremonies.
Not only are we all one and the same under the law but all of us are equal under God. We are all God’s children! He loves each of us unconditionally! Don’t let anyone tell you any different!
I would be honoured to perform your ceremony and be part of your special day!
Weddings by Rev.Rudy is a Wedding Officiant from Toronto, Oshawa, Vaughan, Mississauga, Greater Toronto Area and Durham Region. Rev. Rudy Heezen is a professional wedding officiant that has been part of the Toronto Wedding Industry for 10 years. We specialize in Wedding Ceremonies
Have a wonder-filled Wedding Day
Rev. Rudy Heezen