Rev. Kathleen Smith recently moved back to St Louis from Charleston S.C. to be near her grandchildren and extended family. In South Carolina, she worked closely with a prominent wedding planner as an officiant and "day of" coordinator, as well as officiating for another Charleston -based company. Rev Smith will also be available as our new "day of" coordinator. She believes Love is Love regardless of color, religion, or sexual orientation. Her greatest desire is for each couple to know they are unique and deserving of a ceremony that fits them, and she promises to deliver that very thing.
Reverend David Carr is an associate minister. He is ordained by the U.L.C. and performs ceremonies throughout the St. Louis and Illinois Bi-State area for Wonder Weddings. When he is not bringing people together in matrimonial bliss he works as a illustrator and fine artist from his St. Louis area art studio. Whether it is bringing people the joy of marriage or art David just want to make people smile
Reverend Amy Loui believes in celebrating the power and the promise of your union. A professional actress and mother of three, she brings a world of life experience and joy to every ceremony she officiates. Enthusiastically supportive of personal choice and expression, she embraces and engages with all walks of life. An avid lover of nature, Amy delights in any location meaningful to you, and considers it an honor to be part of your life-changing day.
Reverend Chris Clark is an associate minister. He is ordained by the Universal Life Church and performs ceremonies throughout the St. Louis Bi-State area for Wonder Weddings. He has decades of public speaking and performance experience and is very comfortable with scripted and spontaneous remarks. Reverend Chris fully appreciates the solemnity and responsibility of being an officiant and works hard to make the experience memorable, special, and dignified. He is highly adaptable and loves participating in themed weddings of any kind.
Reverend Kirsten Wylder has been an officiant for over 15 years and has performed dozens of ceremonies. In her day-to-day life she manages a government sanctioned coffee shop and also acts & directs with some of the finest professional theater companies in St. Louis. She is the proud mother of two adult children and two step-children. She and her true love, Scott, look forward to "finally finding their dream farm" and running a B&B as their retirement project.
"There is no better occupation around than that of an officiant. I get to be a part of one of the happiest days in a couple's history. Being surrounded by love, faith, and hope give me a sense of purpose. The future always looks brighter from my view!"