Massachusetts Wedding Officiants



Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut
Love-N-Promises is a wedding officiant service that offers experience and empathy for to-be-weds. Ordained Minister and Justice of the Peace Pamela Lambert has conducted numerous wedding ceremonies, drawing on more than 30 years of production experience. This officiant can help make your wedding vision come to life, ... more
Beautiful Wedding Ceremonies by Justice of the Peace Carol Roberts

Beautiful Wedding Ceremonies by Justice of the Peace Carol Roberts

Southeastern Massachusetts and RI
It is my goal to make you feel comfortable and at peace from the moment we say hello... It would be an honor to help make all your dreams come true on your wedding day! Love and happiness always! I also offer heartwarming, comforting memorial services with much love xoxo more

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Tips and Frequently Asked Questions

What Is A Justice Of The Peace?

A JP is a public officer that has the legal power to adjudicate minor civil and criminal cases. A Justice Of The Peace also has the authority to administer oaths and perform marriages. It's often a great choice for secular, interfaith, and same sex couples.

Ask the Wedding Officiant the Right Questions

To avoid any confusion, make sure to ask specific questions and details ahead of time. Things like: Do you charge for travel? Do you allow flash photography during the ceremony? Is the rehearsal included in your fee?

Massachusetts JPs

Massachusetts Justices of the Peace can perform a marriage ceremony anywhere within the state, and are usually willing to travel to where the wedding is taking place.

Fees will range from $100, for a simple ceremony at the Justice Of The Peace office, to as high as $400 if the justice has to travel, or if it also includes a rehearsal.

It's best to simply inquire about all costs ahead of time using our simple contact form next to each officiant.