Austin Wedding Officiant Katrina Baecht

Austin Wedding Officiant Katrina Baecht —Olivia Vale, Photographer

You’ve found that someone special.  Now tie the knot with a ceremony as unique and love-filled as your relationship! Because your wedding is your day, the day when you declare your love for each other, you should have control over the language that unites you. Religious, non-religious, or somewhere in between, I’m delighted to write and perform your wedding or commitment ceremony.

Everyone wants a beautiful, memorable wedding, and ultimately, the words you speak to one another are the most powerful part of the day.  As a celebrant and writing and literature teacher, I believe deeply in the power of words.  The words you speak to join your lives form the heart of the ceremony.  Your involvement in the creation of the wedding ceremony will help you connect more deeply to the experience.

Your ceremony should be about you and your beliefs—whatever they are. As the wedding officiant, I’m there to perform your ceremony, not dictate your choices. My commitment is to you as a couple and I will help you express yourself with beauty and confidence. All of my ceremonies are personalized from the very traditional to the totally non-traditional.  I will tell your story and help you connect to traditions you love or create something entirely unique.

Whether you want a quick “I-Do” for just the two of you, or you’ve been saving poetry under your pillow for years planning for a big celebration, together we’ll create a ceremony perfect for you. You’ll be able to relax and focus on the moment, knowing in advance the words that will unite you.

As a wedding officiant, a significant part of my service is getting to know you as a couple.  I make the process easy and relaxed.  I listen to your story, your beliefs, and your desires and incorporate these elements into your wedding ceremony.  I officiate weddings all over the Austin Hill County, and I am excited to help you get started on your journey.

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