Iowa Wedding Officiant
Reverend Mark Hall
Iowa City Minister
Reverend Mark Hall has conducted weddings for 36 years as a justice of the peace, clergyman and Army Chaplain. With no hidden fees, Rev. Hall travels all over Iowa to meet with couples like you to create a wedding ceremony that is unique and written solely for you. Find out if Rev. Mark Hall is the right officiant for you with a no obligation consultation!
You are already married in your hearts, and now you want a public ceremony to declare this commitment and love before family and friends. Let Reverend Mark Hall help you create a wedding ceremony that is most meaningful to you. Call or text at 319-325-1194 or email.
Inter-Denominational Wedding Officiant
I am very professional and dress in a dark suit. I always arrive 1 hour early to the ceremony. You will experience a holy moment. A moment of awe. An experience to last a lifetime. Because of my 20 years of service in the U.S. Army as a chaplain I can legally officiate weddings in all 50 states.
No matter the type of wedding you’re having–religious, spiritual or non-religious, large or a small intimate wedding – I will be able to assist you with whatever you are looking for. I can even perform second marriages, where you can be married as a family with your children. I also offer short notice nuptials that are simple, elegant marriage ceremonies at the location of your choosing. You can write your own vows if you would like. I provide a no-obligation consult to walk you through the wedding ceremony and to show you the options available. My wedding officiant services include the following:
- Customized Vows
- Licensed Officiant
- Standard Ceremony
- Elopement Ceremony
- Family Wedding Ceremony
Rev. Hall preformed a wonderful simple elopement ceremony customized to our preferences. He made excellent suggestions to make our experience special. Rev. Hall was very proactive in communicating to make sure we had nothing to worry us. He showed a pleasant and joyfully demeanor and we can tell he truly enjoys preforming weddings. We recommend his services to anyone seeking a simple or elaborate ceremony.
What Is a Wedding Officiant?
A wedding officiant or marriage officiant is a person who conducts a ceremony in a marriage. The officiant will typically have a religious background or a secular one, depending on where you live. You may also find some people who specialize in conducting religious ceremonies or secular weddings.
Officiants play an important role in the wedding ceremony, but what exactly do they do? Are they religious leaders or just a friend of the family? Do they have any formal training? Let’s dive in and find out.
What do wedding officiants do?
As a wedding officiant, their job is to lead the couple in the most meaningful, sacred part of their wedding day – the ceremony. They will be providing words and guidance for them as they say their vows and perform their wedding ceremony in front of witnesses.
They may also be assisting the couple in making their wedding plans by assisting them with legal documents like marriage license applications.
A wedding officiant is a very important part of the wedding planning process. They will be playing a vital role in helping you have a successful wedding.
You want someone who will provide you with a beautiful ceremony, and make you feel special. You want someone who will be there to guide you through the process of planning your wedding.
However, when you hire a wedding officiant, it is important that you find one who will work with you to plan your wedding and make it something special. Reverend Mark Hall has conducted weddings for 30 years as a justice of the peace, clergyman and Army Chaplain. You can be assured of an experienced, personable and reliable wedding officiant when you choose Rev. Mark.
What Can You Expect When You Hire Me?
Part of what sets me apart is my 36 years of experience. This means that I always show up on time. I am personable and professional. When I conduct wedding ceremonies I dress in a dark suit. I like to arrive an hour early for the ceremony. During your marriage ceremony you will experience a holy moment. A moment of awe. An experience to last a lifetime. Because of my 20 years of service in the U.S. Army as a chaplain I can legally officiate weddings in all 50 states. Learn more about me.