Get married by Lamira Martin in St. Louis, MO

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217_lamira_at_chubb_overlook.jpgThose of you dealing with stick-in-the-mud officiants will be inspired by Lamira Martin, an ordained celebrant in St. Louis who's motto is "Your ceremony, your way." With a background in cultural anthropology, she makes it clear that she believes "each person is a spark of God or Universal Energy. I believe there are many avenues to that source and there is not one right way."

She's overseen pirate weddings and handfastings, and she's got samples of wedding and commitment ceremonies on her website. Lamira is available for weddings in St. Louis, Missouri and Southern Illinois area, and can travel if you need her to. Check out Lamira's website:

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  1. I went to your website and read through your commitment ceremony….just gorgeous and natural and authentic… I think Seattle is a bit out of your service area, but I just had to let you know that I'm very inspired by your work!

  2. Thank you so much for the compliments! I truly wish I could blink my eyes and twitch my nose and be there for you!!!

  3. I have to strongly recommend Lamira for all your wedding needs. She's currently assisting my fiance and I with our "retro bowling" wedding. We couldn't ask for a better celebrant. Not only is she assisting us with the ceremony itself, but she's coming up with lots of ideas for the rest of the wedding day that we would never have thought of. Even though her website is awesome…it doesn't do her personality justice!!!! Thanks so much Lamira….

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