New York Wedding Officiant - Maksim Kondratenko
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My name is Maksim Kondratenko
Since 2017, I have performed over 2000 New York wedding ceremonies for couples of all ages and religions.
I am a top-rated New York wedding officiant. I have a stellar reputation for delivering memorable wedding ceremonies and personal attention to all my couples.
The ceremony I perform has 7 parts.
2. The meaning of marriage
3. Declaration of intent
4. Vows exchange
5. Rings exchange
6. Marriage license signing
What is included in the service?
* Unlimited email and text consultations leading up your special day
* Rehearsal in Zoom.
* Choice of ceremony style (Religious, Spiritual, Civil)
* We can help you with your vows.
* Assistance with location recommendation
* Permit for public space if necessary
* Arrive 30+ minutes before the ceremony starts
* Marriage certificate processing
* Witness for the ceremony
* A relaxed, informal atmosphere for you to make your own moment.
Your perfect ceremony is the first step to a perfect wedding. Period.
Because of the strong emphasis on the ceremony, one of the main reasons I chose to specialize in intimate weddings. The ceremony is the main reason people are there on the wedding day.
I believe you deserve an event which exceeds your expectations and leaves your guests with a lasting impression.
You and your quests will be in Awe when you work with me
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