Rev. Robert F. Patin is a wedding officiant in New Orleans. He has been helping couples with their wedding ceremonies for more than 25 years, and he performs religions, non-religious and civil ceremonies. Rev. Robert F. Patin realizes how different each couple is but that they all have the desire to experience the wedding they’ve always dreamed of. For this reason, he meets with couples and is available by phone and email so he can help create a ceremony that truly reflects your love and commitment.
Rev. Robert F. Patin received a Master of Divinity degree from Notre Dame Seminary and has served in pastoral settings. However, serving as a wedding officiant for couples is his passion. He is an active member of the American Association of Wedding Officiants.
This wedding officiant performs ceremonies at the location of your choice. WIth a desire to create personalized ceremonies, Rev. Robert F. Patin encourages couples to incorporate elements of their own traditions, backgrounds and cultures.
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Millie · Married on 04/22/2017
Rev. Patin was fantastic! He was very responsive to my inquiry and questions. He was helpful and knowledgeable. He performed a great ceremony! Very nice person! I highly recommend him!
Kandice · Married on 10/11/2014
Rev. Bob was professional and a pleasure to work with! Thank you for making our ceremony extra special!
jessica · Married on 10/26/2013
Rev. Bob was one of several officiants we initially contacted, and one of the first to get back to us. He was laid-back and incredibly easy to work with. We weren't completely sure what we wanted for our ceremony at first, and he sent us many sample ceremonies and special elements that we could peruse and incorporate into our day. He was open to the changes we made and flexible to the addition of blessings to an otherwise civil ceremony. Rev. Bob is charismatic, jovial, and very positive to work with, helping to alleviate my concerns about how our day would run. He knew exactly what questions to ask regarding the ceremony (such as asking if we wanted to include the traditional, "Who gives this woman to be wed?", and being completely understanding when I realized I was completely against that question being asked) and was able to feel out what we wanted for our day.