Wedding Officiant

All ceremonies require a wedding officiant to make the ceremony legal.

Hello. Thank you for visiting this page. I’m Andrelle Perry, an English speaking, Licensed Minister 

and Wedding Officiant. Your wedding day, or Vow Renewal mark a milestone in your life. It should 

be as unique as you are. I’m here to help you make your wedding both romantic and memorable.   


I’m located in Fort Worth, Texas and will travel to your location throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington-Grand Prairie Metropolitan Area. No ceremony is too small or too large. 


Dates and times are available every day, including holidays. 

Contact The Perry Group to book your date today. .


Officiant fees start at $75.00 for a simple Civil or Elopement Ceremony.  

Basic Marriage Facts in the State of Texas:

  • Both parties must be at least 18 years of age.
  • A blood test is NOT required.
  • There is a 72-hour waiting period on all marriages 
  • The marriage must take place within 90 days from the date of issuance--no exceptions. 
  • Texas that does not require witnesses at the ceremony. 
  • Online Applications can be printed at https://ccrecordse.tarrantcounty.com/Marriage/MarriageApplication.aspx     


Types of Wedding Ceremonies


"The first step in the wedding planning process is choosing what type of wedding you want to have since that determines many of your later decisions. You have a dozen different options for how and where you will tie the knot."


  •  Religious Ceremony
  •  Civil Ceremony
  •  Formal Wedding
  •  Informal Wedding
  •  Destination Wedding
  •  Cruise Wedding
  •  Eloping
  •  Group Wedding
  •  Double Wedding
  •  Military Wedding
  •  Proxy Wedding
  •  Same Sex Wedding

For full descriptions on each one go to https://www.liveabout.com/types-of-weddings-3490534  

ORDER OF SERVICE

Have you chosen your Order of Servie? Take advantage of the available information on the 

internet in choosing and planning your wedding. This is the Traditional Wedding Ceremony outline. There are other options. Do you have a favorite song, or a meaningful poem you’d like to incorporate? Write your own vows and arrange the ceremony to make it your own. The options are endless. 


This is an example of the Traditional Wedding Ceremony 

The Procession

The Officiant Addresses the Couple

The Exchange of Vows

The Ring Exchange

The Pronouncement of Marriage

The Kiss

The Closing Remarks

The Recessional

     

Read full desciptions at www.theknot.com