About Genevieve

Greetings, my name is Genevieve, and I would be honored to work with you as your Celebrant in creating a beautiful and meaningful ceremony that honors your special moment of unity and love.

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(v.)To do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put something of yourself into your work.
This is my promise to you as a Celebrant!

~Genevieve

WEDDING OFFICIANT – MINNESOTA

I am a professionally trained Wedding Officiant, specializing in personalized ceremonies that “tell the story” of happy couples.

MY PHILOSOPHY

I am a Non-Denominational Minister and have respect for all faiths. I have a broad understanding of wedding traditions from various faith and religious traditions, as well as wedding customs from cultures around the world.

I am also a certified Life-Cycle Celebrant® and graduate of the Celebrant Foundation & Institute™.   As the founder of Genevieve Munoz Ceremonies, LLC, I create and officiate life-cycle ceremonies, weddings, commitment ceremonies, and rituals of love for individuals, couples, families, and communities.

WHY CHOOSE A CELEBRANT?

Celebrants provide a wonderful option for couples seeking an alternative to traditional members of Clergy or Justices of the Peace, in creating and delivering a personalized, one-of-a-kind wedding ceremony.

All graduates of the Celebrant Foundation & Institute™, pride themselves in having the knowledge to perform multi-cultural and multi-traditional rituals, even blending them to create something totally unique.

As your celebrant, I will actively listen and create with you a unique ceremony that is a true reflection of your values and beliefs. You will have full say on the work we do together, then, several weeks following your special event, you will be given a beautiful keepsake copy of your ceremony.

My passions and gifts are a culmination of my life’s experience and work. I bring respect for all cultures and traditions, a warmth and sincerity to your personal needs and a love and appreciation for words, music, art, and nature as they are richly expressed in ritual and symbolism.

 

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