Reverend Dayna Reid
Dayna Reid, Bestselling Author and Minister, currently resides in the greater Seattle area. She received her credentials to marry people in Feb of 1999, when she decided she wanted to be able to provide this service to friends and family. The first wedding she performed in April of 2000, was for a family member who was unable to locate an Officiant who would perform the ceremony on April 1st (April Fool's Day). She performed their ceremony, and they are still happily married today.
Dayna is a spiritual person, but not religious. Therefore, she does not belong to any particular religious denomination. She believes that "everyone has to find their own way in this world, including any beliefs they may have about the unknown. Because truly, all we really have is a faith in what we believe to be true."
Because of Dayna's belief in individualism, "the service I provide is focused on creating a ceremony of commitment that uses words that are most familiar and meaningful to the couple making the promise."
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away." ~Henry David Thoreau
Reverend Mindi Welton-Mitchell
Rev. Mindi Welton-Mitchell is a pastor in Burien and has been performing weddings since 2000, when she was asked to do a family wedding shortly before she was ordained. Mindi loves to help couples craft their wedding service to be a day they will remember forever. She has helped couples involve their children from previous marriages, crafted new liturgy for same-sex couples, and created new rituals with couples to make their marriage ceremony unique and special.
"Two are better than one, for they have a good reward for their work. If they fall, one will lift up the other." ~Ecclesiastes 4:9-10a
Reverend David Suomi
David is an officiant who resides in Normandy Park and serves the King County area. He thoroughly enjoys working with couples to create a personalized ceremony, one that eases the stress and exceeds their every expectation.
He believes in the utmost respect for people, their beliefs and life choices. He understands that the wedding ceremony is about them, the couple, and not about the Officiant. His presence is professional and calming. Your wedding ceremony should be a celebration and David wants you and your guests to enjoy the your special day.
"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget how you made them feel." ~Maya Angelou, American writer.