One of my most important jobs as a non-denominational minister is to be invisible, meaning there are moments in a wedding when the Bride and Groom should be the only people in the world for posterity sake. At ALL of my wedding ceremonies, after the pronouncement, my move is to drop back and exit stage left, so photographers and videographers (as pictured here behind the alter) have a clear view of the wedding couple sharing their first kiss. If I do my job right, I'm memorable but invisible at the same time, from pictures at critical moments, and in the context of personal vows and emotional moments. It's the best part of being a non-denominational minister, knowing my place and my job, working with the photo and video people to understand where I should be, then executing an amazing wedding ceremony.
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