Welcome and Congratulations

Congratulations on your engagement! What a fun and exciting time in your lives, filled with anticipation and love. I am grateful that your search has lead you here.

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Two Brides, Two Brothers!
L to R Crystal and Austyn Bueter (married by Rev. Connie in 2008) and Sarah and Ty Bueter (married by Rev. Connie in 2009)

I have been an ordained non-denominational minister for over 7 years, specializing in Personal Wedding Celebrations, taking from your background and beliefs – whatever they may be – and crafting a ceremony that is wholly and uniquely you.

The most important element to your wedding ceremony is that it reflects the two of you – your love and your journey. I write each individual wedding ceremony for the couple’s needs, desires and the story that YOU want to be told. My only concern is you.

No two couples are alike – why should your wedding be?

I have had the privilege of performing hundreds of Weddings of all kinds: Traditional, Classic Ceremonies, Non-Denominational, Spiritual or Religious Ceremonies, Commitment Ceremonies, Holy Unions, Vow Renewals, Celtic and Ceremonial Hand-fastings, Ceremonies including Children, Romantic & Private Elopements, Unusual, Fun and completely Unique Weddings ~ you dream it and we can do it!

I am located in Salt Lake City, Utah, but love to travel! Ogden to Provo, from the Marmalade to Stansbury and up to Sundance, Park City or Midway to officiate your Special Day. I am also willing to travel to other states to perform your ceremony. Wherever you are – that is where I will happily be. I perform weddings in any kind of venue or even in costume!

My pricing is extremely reasonable and I am happy to work within a couple’s budget. All consultations are always free of charge. You can schedule a consultation and decide if I am right for you with no obligation. Local wedding packages start at only $75! I value your time and budget. My packages are unique – no other officiant in Utah offers all of this:

♥ One-Two hour consultation in person (or more, as needed or requested)
♥ Unlimited contact via phone or email
♥ Rehearsal is included free of charge, if my schedule permits.
♥ Fully Customized Ceremony written for you and only you.
♥ A beautiful embossed, full-color commemorative Wedding, Handfasting or Commitment Certificate
♥ Certified Mailing or Hand Delivery of your private legal documents to the County Clerk. Your personal information is securely handled at all times.
♥ A copy of your ceremony on fine quality linen paper as a keepsake for your special day, at your request, for no additional charge.
Honorarium/Donation in your Name to a Charitable Organization.

No less than 20% of wedding ceremony officiant fees are donated to the charitable organization of your choice. Past charity donations have included Primary Children’s Medical Center, Best Friends Animal Society, Huntsman Cancer Foundation, Autism Speaks, Ronald McDonald House, Best Buddies Utah, Humane Society and many others. Giving back to the community is a beautiful way to start your new life together.

Over $5,275 (and counting) has been donated to Charities across the Nation!

Rev. Connie donating her time at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in 2011. She was asked to perform a wedding and stayed to volunteer. She was happy to give the facility $150 in donations in person!

I look forward to meeting with you and showing you the amazing array of possibilities to set your ceremony apart from any other. My goal is to provide A Perfect Moment – one you and your guests will remember for a lifetime.

Happiness, Love and Light to you, Rev. Connie

Rev. Connie was a featured commentator on the “Big Gay Show” on Radio From Hell KXRK X96 on Monday, December 23, 2013. Check out her feature here.

 

Rev. Connie was featured in an issue of Best Friends Animal Society’s webblog. Click below to read the article!

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Rev. Connie was honored as one of the Top 12 Volunteer Leaders for 2012 in Q Salt Lake Magazine, January 2013! Thank you, Q Salt Lake!

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