KATHY KIDD — WEDDING OFFICIANT
BIOGRAPHY OF KATHY KIDD
My previous experience as a professional wedding planner gives me a unique perspective when meeting with couples to discuss their wedding ceremony and how that they want to say their vows to each other. I truly believe that exchanging your wedding vows can be one of the most memorable moments of the wedding day!
I have lived in Las Vegas for 20 years and have spent most of those years working in the wedding industry. I love weddings! I have produced weddings at the Ritz Carlton and Chapel Fiorenza at Lake Las Vegas and working with couples planning their wedding has taken me into most of the hotels on the famous Las Vegas Strip and on location at some of Nevada’s prominent landmarks such as Lake Mead, Red Rock Canyon and Mount Charleston to mention a few. I will officiate your wedding at any location of your choice including your home, hotel or wedding venue of your choice.
I am an ordained, non-denominational wedding officiant, and licensed by the state of Nevada to perform weddings anywhere in the state of Nevada. I will meet with you upon request before the wedding to plan the vow exchange and for a small additional fee, I can participate at the rehearsal.
NINE QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR OFFICIANT
If you’ve decided to have a civil ceremony but aren’t sure how to choose an officiant, here are nine questions you definitely want to ask.
- Is the officiant available on your wedding date?
- Can the officiant travel to your chosen wedding site?
- If you don’t have a site, can the officiant suggest on or provide a courthouse or meeting room?
- Does the officiant charge a standard fee? Is the fee a donation?
- How long has the officiant been performing weddings? Why does he/she do them?
- Does the officiant have sample wording/ceremonies/readings to show you?
- Will the officiant let you specify ceremony details such as music, readings and vows? Can you include religious touches if desired?
- Is the officiant available for a ceremony rehearsal?
- Does the officiant make you comfortable? Does he or she seen genuinely interested in you as a couple? Be sure you like and respect your officiant – and that the feeling is mutual.
- Would the officiant (and his/her spouse) like to come to the reception and rehearsal dinner?