An Officiant is the person who performs the wedding ceremony, and is usually a licensed and ordained Minister or Religious Leader. Judges or Justices of the Peace may also marry in most cases. If your ceremony will be held in a church or religious place, the Officiant may already be assigned, but if you don't already have one, here is an article from Brides Magazine to help you in choosing one:
"How to find and choose your wedding Officiant."
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