Licenses, Credentials and
Other Important Documents

  1. Managing Director
    Ordination Letter
  2. Managing Director
    Certificate of Ordination
  3. Managing Director
    NYC Marriage Officiant License
  4. Managing Director
    Business Card
  5. Managing Director
    Old Business Card
  6. Managing Director
    Business Certificate
  7. Managing Director
    Marriage License Postcard
    This card is given to all our couples on the day of their wedding with a copy of their signed Marriage License.
  8. Managing Director
    Copy of Ceremony
    Every couple receives a souvenir copy of their actual ceremony after their wedding.
  9. Managing Director
    Insurance Certificate p.1
  10. Managing Director
    Letter of Good Standing
  11. Managing Director
    Church Charter
  12. Managing Director
    Insurance Certificate p.2

International Association of
Professional Wedding Officiants

Standards of Membership
and Code of Ethics

www.iapwo.org

Standards of Membership

IAPWO Members agree to:

  • Conduct themselves and their businesses professionally and in a manner that is a credit to our Association and its members
  • Adhere to the IAPWO Code of Ethics
  • Provide background or other information about themselves or their businesses to assist the IAPWO in compiling accurate industry reports
  • Cooperate with the Association’s efforts to increase understanding and recognition of our profession worldwide
  • Use the IAPWO name and logo only as authorized
  • Pay annual Association dues to maintain active membership
  • Respond to all complaints forwarded by the IAPWO in a timely manner


Code of Ethics

IAPWO Members agree to:

  • Perform marriage ceremonies in accordance with all local, state, and national laws
  • Provide services to all couples, regardless of race, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, creed, color, sex, age, disability, or country of national origin of any party
  • Utilize a written, legal contract for all client services
  • Establish and charge a professional rate for their services
  • Accurately represent their services to clients honestly and fairly
  • Honor all commitments made to clients, venues, and other wedding professionals
  • Be on time for their weddings, and respectful of couples and their guests
  • Perform all ceremonies without being under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Foster an attitude of support, encouragement, and camaraderie among fellow officiants