You were engaged over the holidays? Congratulations! If you are getting married this year, now the fun begins — the planning, the worrying, the “sweating the details.” Okay, “fun” may be a relative term, but there’s no reason for one of the biggest days of your life to be daunting. The first thing to know is that you have options, even if you are planning everything on your own. Gather your resources — The Knot, Brides Magazine, and Bridal Guide are excellent places to start. And, now that you know who you will be marrying, it’s time to figure out who will marry the two of you! If you belong…
Examining the fallacy that free, instant online ordination is valid and accepted universally without question. (A quick clue: it isn’t, and it can get you and the bridal couple into an embarrassing situation.) You probably just arrived here from the search engine of your choice. You’re undoubtedly looking for free online ordination — because that’s what our headline is screaming. A friend or a family member has probably asked you to serve as the minister for their wedding, and you’ve gone out on the Internet to find the fastest, cheapest, easiest way to become ordained so you can perform the marriage ceremony.