DJ AND WEDDING OFFICIANT?
Like the reasons we started the rest of our services, we KNOW we can do it better! We have attended far too many weddings when this most special day was tainted and sometimes even ruined by poor performances. So sad...and so unnecessary!
Recently, we attended a wedding as guests. The officiant droned on in monotone... and on, and on, and on, for one hour. He mumbled the most sacred and important words one could ever say to a couple. He read his script so softly that no one could hear what he was saying past the first two rows of chairs. Most of the 400 guests were bored to tears, desperately wanting to leave. It seemed like the officiant didn't even know how to pronounce the Bride and Groom names. He read from a well-worn script which apperantly he has used word-for-word, a thousand times before. I almost expected him to say "insert name here" a couple of times. He seldom even looked up from his script to make eye contact with the couple or the guests. At that moment, we decided to offer wedding officiant services for our DJ clients.
But, let's be clear...if you are deeply religious or orthodox, our officiant service is NOT for you.
However, if you would like:
We can offer you a legal and more entertaining alternative.
(This service is available only if you book your reception DJ and entertainment services with Da Spin Doctor.)
Many clergy will not perform marriages unless the couple are of the same faith, or from their own church, parish, or denomination. Some clergy refuse to perform Civil Unions, which are now legal as of Jan. 1st, 2012 in Hawai'i. Again, we offer an alternative for our DJ services wedding clients.
Professor Bob was officially, legally ordained and notarized by American Marriage Ministries on Dec. 28th, 2011. Professor Bob received his "State of Hawai'i License to Perform Marriage and/or Civil Unions" on January 6, 2012. State of Hawai'i, Dept. of Health License #2012-00123.
So, if you are having trouble finding an officiant ,or you would like something other than a boring "cookie cutter" ceremony, please give Professor Bob a call.