Wedding Ceremonies by
Rev. Lynn Bressi-Rowles
938 Netherwood Ave. NW
Canton, Ohio 44708
Text me :) 330-949-4626
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! My name is Rev. Lynn Bressi and I am a wedding officiant in Canton, Ohio. I perform marriage ceremonies for ALL couples and I proudly serve the LGBT community! I happily officiate same-sex marriage ceremonies :) If you have not yet chosen a minister to officiate your wedding ceremony, it would be an honor if you would consider my services. I perform my ceremonies two different ways:
Wedding ceremonies in my home:
One way that I perform ceremonies is in my home for couples that just want something small, private, and/or inexpensive. My fee to come to my home is $150 seven days a week, all hours. I have the wedding arch set up in my home so even though my couples are coming to me they still get married under the arch and it makes a really pretty picture.
Wedding ceremonies at your location:
The other way I perform wedding ceremonies is to travel to any location my couples choose for ceremony such as the reception hall, a park, their home, etc. My fee to travel to many locations in Stark County is $150 seven days a week, all hours. Some outlying areas of Stark County will be more, due to the time and distance involved. My fee to travel outside of Stark County starts at $200 but that can go up depending on the distance I travel. Please contact me for my exact fee. I proudly serve northeast Ohio including Canton, Akron, Cleveland, and surrounding areas.
*For alternative options to a traditional wedding ceremony, click on the "other options" tab to learn about the Sign and Drive $100 Special!!!!!!
Friendly fee reminder :)
Fees are payable day of ceremony. There is nothing due upfront, no down payment, etc. In addition, tips are not necessary but are always appreciated :)
Witnesses are not required in the State of Ohio. So, ceremony may consist of bride and groom only if desired.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule, please do not hesitate to contact me...Via email, text, or with a telephone call. It would be an honor and a privilege to officiate your ceremony.
PS Don't forget to purchase your marriage license!