Based in Denver, Colorado, Wedlock Officiants is a wedding service run by ordained officiants Scot Sanders and Micah Sturr, who preside over weddings throughout the local area, including Boulder, Vail, Estes Park, and the Front Range. Each officiant has a different outlook, but they both believe that each ceremony is all about the couples. Their ceremonies include family traditions, religious and non-religious elements, and any particular traits that reflect the couple's uniqueness.
Wedlock Officiants features unity ceremonies that create a strong symbolism for couples and families. This can include a sand ceremony, unity candles, a flower ceremony, jumping the broom, a seedling ceremony, handfasting, bread and salt, a time capsule, and wishing stones. The structure for the traditional ceremony includes an opening, vows, the ring ceremony, and the declaration of marriage that contains readings and whichever special unity ceremony the couple chooses. Wedlock Officiants provides services for civil unions; non-religious, single-religion, or interfaith ceremonies; and vow renewals. They also participate in rehearsals to make sure everything goes according to plan.
Recommended by 99% of couples
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Aubrey Roth · Married on 09/06/2019
Perfect in Every Way!
Scot was the perfect choice for us when looking for a wedding officiant. He has the perfect amount of casual, laid back easy going feel, combined with impeccable organization and strong communication. Scot knew exactly how to appeal to our personalities and engage our wedding guests. He persevered with dignity and appropriate humor as we got married, outside in the pouring rain! Our wedding was perfect and Scot played a huge role in that success!Sent on 09/19/2019
Lauryn N Rousseau · Married on 07/25/2019
I don't intend to ever need his services again, but I would be a repeat client if I do! Scot was great to work with. He worked around our wishes and needs to customize a perfect ceremony for our Colorado Elopement. He has a professional but laid back personality that made him a pleasure to talk to and welcome into our wedding day.Sent on 08/22/2019
Wedlock Officiants's reply:[laughs] Yeah, out of all of my potential marketing opportunities, I focus on repeat business the least! The phrase, "Nice to see you again", is wonderful... in a coffee shop, at a movie or on a hiking trail. Much less so at my office. [Where is a thumbs down emoji when you need it?]. But in all seriousness, Steve and Lauryn were great. They found a perfect little spot up from their vacation rental and we had a great time with an amazing sunset as our backdrop with their closest friends and family. Hard to ask for anything better than that.
Kathryn · Married on 06/15/2019
Scot is very good at what he does. He thought of absolutely everything and is very personable. Our wedding party was a bit nervous about getting everything right, but Scot made us all feel at ease and we received so many compliments on the ceremony he wrote. Cannot recommend him enough!Sent on 06/19/2019
Wedlock Officiants's reply:This was easily one of my top ten weddings ever! Not only did it check all the boxes I personally enjoy when it comes to ceremonies: a custom ceremony telling the world their story, hopes and dreams; readers coming up to read touching poems; a unique whiskey unity ceremony; an historic mountain location with a great view; a sound system where everyone could hear everybody loud and clear and didn't obstruct photos; and perfect weather. But it also had the key component that makes it all special: a deep emotional love put on display by a couple lost in the moment. These two were so locked into each other it would have been impossible to think they could or should have made any other choice than to marry each other. Everyone could see it. Nothing else compares.
Micah does a fabulous job of building a ceremony specifically to fit the couple. HE designs the ceremony with them, for them. He is extremely professional, and a spectacular speaker. I HIGHLY recommend him, and Wedlock for any couple getting married.