Atmosphere Productions: Mary Coburn Wedding Celebrant & Officiant




I am a professionally trained Lifecycle Celebrant ™, having studied the art of ceremony and ritual through the Celebrant Foundation and Institute. 

As an ordained, Interfaith Minister, I happily serve couples of all backgrounds and beliefs. In other words...it's not about what I believe, but what the couple believes. I am open and affirming, welcoming gay/lesbian/straight couples. 

My goal is to create a personalized ceremony that reflects the personalities of the couple I serve, honoring their faith traditions if that is important to them and creating a feeling of community and intimacy, no matter what size of wedding. 

I am not a stuffy person nor do I create stuffy ceremonies. I feel everyone should walk away from a wedding ceremony feeling lifted by the experience, with a smile on their face, and having a greater understanding and appreciation for the couple and their story. 

I have a background in theater, having worked as an actor for years in NYC so I have lots of experience in communicating with a group of people and also the understanding of timing, nuance, and the knowledge of how things logistically should unfold to create a cohesive experience. 

I see myself as a couple's storyteller and I absolutely love what I do! I never show up for a wedding without knowing the names of the family members and wedding party. This is such an important transition for a couple and their families and it makes so much difference when a couple knows that their officiant actually cares about learning everyone's names...and it means a lot to their families as well. 

Some tips for couples when thinking about their wedding ceremony:
  • Realize that the ceremony is the heart of the wedding day, therefore, it is worth your effort to find an officiant who will provide a personalized ceremony that celebrates you and your story!
  • The tone of your wedding ceremony sets the tone for your entire wedding day, so choose an officiant who has great energy and who can communicate effectively with a group of people. Do you like the sound of her/his voice? What training in public speaking do they have? Do you like them? All these things are important...you should really feel great about your officiant, so don't settle for just anyone!
  • Your officiant should be accessible to you, listen to you, and seek to tell your story with grace, humor, truthfulness and purpose.
www.marycoburn.com
Mary Coburn was selected by The Knot as Best Of Weddings 2011



Atmosphere Productions LLC is a CT Wedding DJ, providing professional mobile entertainment service, Music, Reception Entertainment Directors, MC and DJ's primarily for Weddings in the Greater Hartford area but throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island and in the New England area.

Specializing in wedding disc jockey entertainment, radio & club dj's, corporate and business events, photo booth rentals, ceremony musicians, strolling violinist, guitarist, cocktail & chamber musicians, custom lighting, custom song editing and voice-over services.

For further information visit our website at www.atmosphere-productions.com
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