Based out of Nashville, Tennesee, Middle Tennessee Minister is a wedding officiating service. Rev. Edward Vaughan is passionate about ensuring each couple has their ceremony their way. He loves getting to know to-be-weds and works closely with them throughout the process. He has been in the field of Christian ministry for more than 12 years and tailors each script to couples’ requests and preferences. Along with presiding over nuptials, this officiant is also a member of the Anglican Communion and holds a degree in Theology.
Middle Tennessee Minister offers ceremony packages to soon-to-be-newlyweds organizing various types of celebrations, including elopements. Rev. Vaughan conducts rehearsals, vow renewals, civil unions, and interfaith, non-religious, and single-religion weddings. His ceremonies typically last no more than 30 minutes, and he offers couples the ability to write their own vows. He is also happy to provide pre-marital counseling to further support to-be-weds on this exciting journey.
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Christian, spiritual or non-religious. It's " Your ceremony your way!"
Edward is highly professional, and highly experienced. Having performed many ceremonies of varying styles, I am extremely confident he can meet your specific needs and make your special day one to remember!
Bishop Edward Vaughan is a charismatic and open person to officiate your wedding ceremony, be it religious or civil. Don't overlooked the possibility of Bishop Edward be your officiant.