We are happy to officiate ALL kinds of ceremonies, large or small, religious or not, simple, elaborate, creative, interfaith, multi-cultural, same sex, or whatever your two hearts desire. Counseling is not required. The first meeting is at no cost or obligation. Last-minute ceremonies are welcome and often possible.
Every couple is unique, with different needs, tastes and preferences. Your wishes for most any kind of rite will be accommodated--from traditional Christian to civil/nonreligious, to spiritual or alternative, with cultural elements such as Handfasting or services with a Native American bend--or any combination you desire. Together we will find the words to help you create the spirit of your day. We are happy to come to your location in the greater Portland/Vancouver metropolitan areas, or for a more intimate wedding (up to 20 guests), you are welcome to come to our Wedding Chapel, which is set in a woodsy area of the city next to a creek.
""Performing wedding ceremonies is my true heart's calling. I enjoy finding the common denominator of love to define a couple’s day, and bring them and their respective families together for this most important of occasions." Rev. Leah Light
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Nancy · Married on 03/03/2012
Rev. Leah Light was amazing and made the ceremony very personal.Sent on 03/15/2012
Maurisa · Married on 03/03/2012
Leah was so grateful to relocate and be our officiate. She was a delight and helped alot.Sent on 03/28/2012
Rahul · Married on 07/23/2011
We choose Leah Light to perform our ceremony for our July 2011 wedding at Elk Cove. Because we do not live in the area, we wanted to find somebody that was able to do all of the ceremony plans via email and phone. Leah was a delight to work with. She had many choices for the ceremony and also allowed us to modify it was we wanted. She was very helpful during the rehearsal and made my husband and I feel comfortable that the ceremony would go off without a hitch….which it did. Highly recommended!Sent on 11/12/2011