Meet NYC Celebrant Emily King

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emilykingMeet New York celebrant Emily King! Her wedding celebrant duties have taken her from summer camps in the Catskills to Chinese restaurants on the Lower East Side, to the Equestrian Center in Burbank to the beach on Coney Island, from the swankiest gay wedding in the Hamptons to an intercontinental, interracial, interfaith wedding in a community vegetable garden in New Paltz.

As an Ordained Civil Celebrant Emily specializes in bridging cultures and languages (she's a published translator of French, German, and Italian texts, and has studied American Sign Language, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese) to create unique wedding and commitment ceremonies that completely reflect a couple's taste, culture, imagination, and independent way of life and love. She's officiated weddings gay and straight, both simple and ornate.

Extra bonus? Emily offers a sliding scale discount for struggling artists, graduate students and educators!

To learn more about Emily's celebrant work and how she might be able to help you craft your New York wedding ceremony, click the photo below!
Emily King

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  1. Thank you for featuring a celebrant from New York! I've been doing research and it looks like Emily might be a great option!

  2. Brenda & I were delighted when we discovered Emily. The best part of having her officiate our ceremony? She told our love story while passing our rings around to the attendees, so that our loved ones could bless our rings.

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