Your Wedding Your Way
...meaningful ceremonies since 1994

Non-denominational Ceremonies with a Personal Touch

Are you embarking on Albuquerque wedding planning?  Whether on short notice or with
advanced planning, I would love to perform your ceremony.  I provide meaningful marriage
ceremonies that meet your needs and fulfill your wishes.  

My name is Reverend Marya O'Malley and I have been performing wedding ceremonies
since 1994. As an Ordained Interfaith minister, I provide nondenominational wedding
celebrant services to fit you as a couple.

You Choose the Place:  
At home, outdoors, indoors, hotel, reception site,
chapel, church, or park . . . your choice.

Simple, Grand, or In-between:  
You choose:  Classic or Simple.

Traditional or Custom: Have all the elements of a
traditional wedding, some of them, or customized.

A Ceremony that Reflects You as a Couple:  
Your ceremony will reflect the love that you share.

Your Timing:  
Whether short or advanced notice, I will be happy to work with you.  

Your Way:  Non-denominational, spiritual, traditional religious, custom, or
non-religious/civil-type ceremony.
Weddings                     Rev. Marya O'Malley
Albuquerque Area New Mexico                             Ordained Interfaith Minister
Celebrating Life,
LLC                              Traditional or Custom Ceremonies       
National Association of
Wedding Ministers
Simple Wedding
Ceremonies Sunday
- Friday midday at a
reduced fee!
Click on fees link
above left.

New Lower Rates
for Santa Fe

Short Notice?  No


Call Reverend
Marya O'Malley
505-573-2013 for
information and to reserve
your wedding date.
Photo Courtesy of Kelsey and Wristen
Courtesy of Becca and Roy
Reverend Marya O'Malley
There are a Many Reasons Why Couples
Choose an Interfaith Minister as Their Wedding Officiant, Among
Them Are:
  • There is flexibility in the content and style.
  • An Interfaith minister can honor the beliefs of a couple and at the same time be
    inclusive of guests and family.
  • The bride and groom may be from different faith or cultural backgrounds and wish to
    honor both traditions.
  • Meaningful ceremony, whether religious, spiritual or civil.
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