An absolutely perfect ceremony! Gary asked us beforehand what we wanted, religious or not, my wife’s vows in Spanish or English, a chance to say our own words, whether we wanted for him to dress formally or casually (we said casual), etc. With that, and his considerable charm, he created the perfect ceremony for us. It was personal, with just the right amount of lightness and humor to go with a very dignified and traditional ceremony. Gary is a delight to be around and you can tell that this kind, caring man really enjoys helping couples take the next step in their lives. We could not have found a better person to officiate our wedding at any price.
Wedding Minister Denver
Dr. Gary Michael
Do you want a wedding ceremony that embodies your ideas and wishes? If so, A Bargain Minister, who is really Gary Michael is your perfect choice as your wedding officiant. Gary, an ordained minister, customizes every wedding ceremony to the specific taste and values of the bride and groom. Couples can visit Gary at his home in East Denver, or relate their specifications by phone. Every couple is unique and deserves a unique ceremony. Whether religious or non-religious, formal or informal, indoors or out, the mood and length of the wedding ceremony is the couple’s call. Gary may make suggestions, but has only one agenda: to make sure the wishes of bride and groom are carried out faithfully. He has officiated at Catholic, Protestant, and atheist weddings. Have a look at the newspaper story in the testimonial page of a Christmas Day wedding for which Gary, at the couple’s request, dressed as Santa Claus.
No wedding license required
Gary does not require couples to have a marriage license and performs many ceremonies without one. If the couple wishes, he writes a testimonial to the fact that he indeed performed the marriage ceremony on a given date. The bride and groom can sign it at the chapel or before a notary and keep it as evidence of their agreement to be husband and wife. This kind of marriage contract, sometimes called common law, is valid in CO. If you have to deal with immigration or the military, a license is advisable.