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Officiant in New York, NY,
(917) 523-1438

About Us

Our Wedding Officiant NYC's motto is "Your perfect wedding starts with your perfect ceremony℠." Because your wedding ceremony is the reason for the celebration that follows, owner Peter Boruchowitz delivers meaningful and memorable ceremonies from intimate elopements to gala affairs. Whether you desire a traditional or modern wedding he can incorporate, or even combine your individual cultural heritages into a ceremony that pleases both of you (and also your families). Inclusionary ceremonies for blended families are welcomed.

Experience

Peter Boruchowitz, an ordained clergyman, is a secular celebrant and a multiple award-winning registered New York City wedding officiant. Peter believes that your wedding ceremony should be an expression of love that matches your style. He has performed hundreds of wedding ceremonies for couples of all faiths, and spiritual secular ceremonies as well. Peter is also a wedding industry speaker, leading seminars before hundreds of wedding professionals annually. Ten years in the industry has taught Peter that couples should make themselves happy with their ceremony choices above all else.

Services Offered

Religious, Secular, Interfaith & Cross-cultural, Traditional or Modern custom wedding ceremonies

Other Services

In addition to writing and performing custom wedding ceremonies, Peter offers Central Park Wedding and New York City elopement packages for New Yorkers and visitors alike. Peter has teamed with some of New York's most professional florists, musicians and photographers to make planning your wedding a simple, stress-free affair, or choose to do it all yourself. See Peter's rate sheet for details. Check out some of Peter's tours of Central Park wedding locations in the video section below, or just watch to get to know him.

Areas Covered

Our Wedding Officiant NYC performs ceremonies in the 5 Boroughs of New York City, Westchester County, Long Island, New Jersey, and Connecticut. There are no travel charges in Manhattan and most of Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.


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  • There is so much to worry about the days leading up to your wedding. One thing I can confidently say was that our officiant was not one of those things. From day one of meeting Peter in NYC with my fiancé, now husband, we knew he was the only one we trusted with our big day. After officially deciding to work with Peter we received a full outline of our ceremony, different options for prayers and his version of “our story”. We made small tweaks but overall Peter hit it out of the park. He even helped us in walking us through the wedding license process which was above and beyond. The day of the wedding Peter was absolutely magical. Listening to his ceremony you would think he has been a life long friend of ours and was just as invested in our marriage as our family and friends. He was flawless to the point where our guest are still talking about his performance. I could not have more great things to say about Peter. There are endless things that one can nitpick about th... Read more

    Frequently Asked Questions about Officiant

    Does starting price include the ceremony rehearsal?

    No

    What types of weddings and events do you provide services for?

    Non-religious, Interfaith, Ceremony Rehearsal, Vow Renewal, Civil Union, Single Religion

    What services do you provide?

    Allow Couples' Own Vows, Licensed

    What religious affiliations do you serve?

    Agnostic, Anglican, Baha'i Faith, Baptist, Buddhist, Catholic, Earth-Based, Episcopalian, Evangelical, Hindu, Jainism, Jewish, Lutheran, Methodist, Mormon, No Denomination, Orthodox Christian, Pagan, Presbyterian, Quaker, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoist, Unitarian

    On average, how long are wedding ceremonies you officiate?

    Less than 30 mins.

    In which states are you licensed?

    CT, NJ, NY, OH

    What languages do you speak?

    English



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