NON-RELIGIOUS WEDDINGS for COUPLES of ALL GENDERS.

Certified Humanist Celebrant and Wedding Officiant Frank Harlan is popular with Creatives, Theatre People, Geeks, Sci Fi Fanatics, Scientist and Nones. Harlan produces and presides over Non-Religious wedding ceremonies only -- can't be everything to everybody. Whether you and your partner are planning a small wedding (40-50 guests), an intimate wedding (up to 24 guests), an Elopement with immediate family and a few close friends, or a courthouse-style Civil Union with two witnesses, Officiant Frank Harlan can guide you through the process and assist you in having the wedding ceremony that you and your partner really want. Virtual guests continue to be a popular addition to many smaller wedding productions, and he can be pretty helpful there too.

"Whether your plan is full-blown Formal, a PNW Come As You Are Casual, or a mix of In-Person and Virtual Guests Frank wants to work with couples open to an intimate wedding celebration that is transformational, engaging, and fun for everyone in attendance."

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Civil Union
E-Z Elope
Small Weddings
Elopement

CURRENTLY ACCEPTING BOOKINGS THROUGH 2023.

"As a policy, I book only one wedding per calendar day. It's your day."

Since 2009, Seattle Wedding Officiant Frank Harlan has produced and performed hundreds of wedding ceremonies for couples of all lifestyles and genders, he understands that each couple is different and is aware that weddings are overwhelmingly oriented toward straight, cisgender people. Frank has crafted and performed weddings for more than 100 same-sex and queer couples, his scripts are personal and gender inclusive. As an advocate for marriage equality, Frank is excited to celebrate human love and is always honored to have had a lead role in such a transformational day in the life of the couple's who choose him as their Wedding Officiant.

 

Frank encourages couples to bring virtual guests to their wedding. Easily done through a variety of Cellphone apps e.g. FaceTime, WeChat, etc. are a simple way to bring in a few family and friends from far away places.