Latest Awards & Recognition
2017 - WeddingWire - Couples Choice Award
2016 - Expertise Best Wedding Officiants Dallas
2015 - WeddingWire - Couples Choice Award
2014 - Dallas-A-List - Best Officiant Award
2014 - WeddingWire - Couples Choice Award
Ordained Ministers - Officiants:
Rev. B. Laney
Rev. Amy. Valentine
Rev. Janna Shockey
Rev. Mark Russo
Rev. & Retired Judge Bart McDougal
A One Stop Wedding Shop Ministry
Hours: Monday - Sunday - 11am to 8 pm
Sunday - 12pm to 8pm
(Same Day Service Available - By appointment only)
1980 Mony St. (Suite 111), Ft. Worth, Tx 76102
Call us for availability - 817-209-7061
*Services performed by Friendly, English speaking, experienced, professional, caring, non judgmental, award Winning Ordained Ministers.
*We can travel to your venue for large weddings or can provide simple or intimate family elopement ceremonies at our Office Mini Chapel.
*Weddings should be fun, stress free & built from your vision. We think your ceremony (at the altar) should be the most important part of your wedding.
*Our team of Ordained Ministers have performed thousands of ceremonies over the years, and will create a memorable, heartfelt experience for you and your wedding guests. We work with couples from all backgrounds, with all budgets. No matter how large or small the wedding, it should be meaningful.
Ordained Vs. Licensed Ministry - Why it is important to choose the right Minister Officiant.
Ordained Ministers: Some religious denominations and congregations make distinctions between different types of clergy, classifying them as ordained or licensed ministers. Each denomination sets its own policy for distinguishing between the two, but in most cases, religious organizations consider ordained ministers to be permanent clergy. Ordination permits the minister to perform church rites and sacraments, such as baptisms, legal marriages, funerals, christenings, blessings & more. Ordination is usually a one time event, valid for a lifetime.
Licensed ministers, on the other hand, are usually authorized to perform some ministerial functions, but may be required by the terms of their license to only act as clergy in the context of a local congregation of their own church. Unlike ordination, for licensed ministers may only be valid for a specific period of time working usually only under a 2 year license.