Officiant's Guide To Closing The Sale:Bethel Nathan, Owner, Elevate by Bethel and Ceremonies By Bethel
It seems strange for officiants to sell. You may think that they either like you or they don’t. They book you or they don’t. But your time is valuable. How do you convince the couple to choose you even before your first meeting?
Blended Religious Ceremonies :Tim Wilbanks, Pastor, Covenant Presbyterian Church
One-third of couples in the United States marry a person of a different religion. Combining traditions and cultures are vital for the ceremony, but the details can get bumpy.
Officiant's Guide To Social Media:Clint Hufft, Celebrity Officiant and Podcast Host
You’ve performed hundreds of ceremonies. How do you promote your close-to-perfect officiant skills? How do you showcase your ceremonies through social media? Social platforms are a bottomless pit that consumes videos and images faster than you can create new ones. What is the most efficient way to consistently post online?
Build Relationships For Your Officiant Business:Donna Forsythe, Owner, Lehigh Valley Celebrants / Director, Celebrant Academy
Officiants have always relied on a strong referral network of wedding pros to secure bookings. Chart a course for measurable success to make 2022 your best year ever.
Give Personality To Your Ceremonies:Rev. Dr. Rob Hundley, RevRob
Wedding ceremonies typically follow a pattern: processional, welcome, readings, address, vows, rings, kiss, pronouncement, and recessional. But there is no reason you have to adhere to the expected. Toss out your old script and start with a fresh page.
Officiant's Guide To PR:Alan Katz, Owner, Great Officiants
Most officiants don’t spend the time to get free publicity. They don’t know where to start, who to contact, and what to pitch. Get your name out there and let someone else sell wedding couples on your services.