Officiate Your First Wedding: How to Perform Your Friend's Wedding Ceremony & Not Screw It Up!
Nyc wedding officiant bradley lau offers essential advise on how to successfully perform your first wedding ceremony in his e-book
By: Wedding Packages NYC
However, along with this responsibility comes a lot of anxiety and many things that can go wrong on the couple's special day. Officiate Your First Wedding includes all the steps to perform a compelling and professional ceremony including an example ceremony outline with scripts and sample readings. The book addresses all the common mistakes people make, things to look out for, and practical tips to make the couple's wedding day exceptional. After reading this book, readers will be prepared to confidently officiate their first memorable and intimate ceremony for a friend or family member. "I also suggest you spend time visualizing the whole process. Top athletes do this all the time. In your mind's eye, walk down the aisle, look out into the crowd, watch the procession, see the couple and go through the ceremony. Run through it all mentally," says Bradley Lau, author of Officiate Your First Wedding.
Author Bradley Lau lives in Manhattan with his wife Veronica who founded and operates WeddingPakagesNYC.com, an award-winning NYC elopement planning business. He is a NYC licensed officiant and has performed hundreds of wedding ceremonies. In addition to performing weddings, he offers an online course on the business of officiating weddings for those who would like to take officiating to the next level. Officiate Your First Wedding was published on July 16, 2019 by Amazon Digital Services LLC. It is available on Amazon as a Kindle edition for $9.99. To learn more about the book and its author, visit:
For more information about Officiate Your First Wedding or to schedule an interview with Bradley Lau, please contact the author directly at (917) 532-4030 or RevBradNYC@gmail.com.
Praise for Bradley Lau: "He's a wonderful speaker who's very eloquent and also funny and warm. He commands the room and had everyone paying attention and enjoying the ceremony." --Leanora C. Yelp.