1 hr 20 min

Meaningful Wedding Ceremonies: Secrets from Celeb Wedding Officiant Rev. Clint Hufft Ask the Planner with Desirée Adams: A Wedding and Event Planning Podcast

    • Society & Culture

Your wedding officiant is one of the most important people at your wedding ceremony after you! But like many couples, you might feel lost when starting to put together your wedding ceremony and will need to rely heavily on your wedding officiant.
We read about celebrity engagements, and hear about their weddings on social media. But, rarely do we think about what we can learn from these over-the-top weddings.
So, today we're interviewing a very special personality in the wedding and entertainment industry to get the inside scoop on one of the most recent celebrity weddings, the union of Hollywood socialite Paris Hilton to her longterm boyfriend, Carter Reum.
Rev. Clint Hufft is the officiant to the stars.  Consequently, the ceremony was a social media phenomenon - reporters producing news articles, paparazzi publishing photos, and Peacock TV network broadcasting "Paris in Love," the newest TV production. Furthermore, he performed the wedding ceremony of the first Bachelorette couple Trista ad Ryan Sutter.  So, people planning their own wedding may also ask themselves: 
Do celebrities have special wedding officiants?How expensive is a celebrity wedding?What is the difference between a celeb and non-celeb wedding? How much planning goes into the production of an A-lister ceremony? Thank you to our podcast sponsors! 
Visit the Ask the Planner Wedding Planning Template ShopLoveStream - Get 10% off your virtual wedding package with my code Ask10!Links Mentioned in the Episode: They Get Married Just Like Us 
Meet Rev. Clint HufftWedding Vendor Email Templates and Interview Questions GuideConnect with Celebrity Wedding Officiant Clint Hufft
Instagram: @hufftclintOnline: reverendclint.weebly.comFacebook: @ReverendClintHufft Finally, don't forget to leave the podcast a 5 Start review on Apple Podcasts and leave your Instagram handle so we can follow you back and enter you into some giveaways this season!

Your wedding officiant is one of the most important people at your wedding ceremony after you! But like many couples, you might feel lost when starting to put together your wedding ceremony and will need to rely heavily on your wedding officiant.
We read about celebrity engagements, and hear about their weddings on social media. But, rarely do we think about what we can learn from these over-the-top weddings.
So, today we're interviewing a very special personality in the wedding and entertainment industry to get the inside scoop on one of the most recent celebrity weddings, the union of Hollywood socialite Paris Hilton to her longterm boyfriend, Carter Reum.
Rev. Clint Hufft is the officiant to the stars.  Consequently, the ceremony was a social media phenomenon - reporters producing news articles, paparazzi publishing photos, and Peacock TV network broadcasting "Paris in Love," the newest TV production. Furthermore, he performed the wedding ceremony of the first Bachelorette couple Trista ad Ryan Sutter.  So, people planning their own wedding may also ask themselves: 
Do celebrities have special wedding officiants?How expensive is a celebrity wedding?What is the difference between a celeb and non-celeb wedding? How much planning goes into the production of an A-lister ceremony? Thank you to our podcast sponsors! 
Visit the Ask the Planner Wedding Planning Template ShopLoveStream - Get 10% off your virtual wedding package with my code Ask10!Links Mentioned in the Episode: They Get Married Just Like Us 
Meet Rev. Clint HufftWedding Vendor Email Templates and Interview Questions GuideConnect with Celebrity Wedding Officiant Clint Hufft
Instagram: @hufftclintOnline: reverendclint.weebly.comFacebook: @ReverendClintHufft Finally, don't forget to leave the podcast a 5 Start review on Apple Podcasts and leave your Instagram handle so we can follow you back and enter you into some giveaways this season!

1 hr 20 min

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