Press Release: New “Will You Marry Us?” Gift Package Lets Couples Give their Officiant the “Wedding Party Treatment”
SEATTLE, W.A., Jan. 1, 2019 -- American Marriage Ministries (AMM) is launching a new ordination package, called “Will You Marry Us?” that couples can purchase as a gift for a friend or family member that will be officiating their wedding. Building on the tradition of gifts for bridesmaids and groomsmen, the “Will You Marry Us?” gift package allows couples to share the excitement and honor with their officiant.
Asking friends and family to be bridesmaids and groomsmen is a huge part of the wedding experience, yet couples often forget that their officiant plays just as important a role in their wedding day and ceremony. Now, there’s a way to show their appreciation, with the “Will You Marry Us,” gift package.
Priced at just $95, this package includes the most robust ordination available, full credentials and documentation, training and writing tools, and everything else required to create the wedding ceremony of a lifetime.
By gifting the “Will You Marry Us,” gift package, couples empower their officiant to deliver a ceremony that people will be talking about for years to come.
promotional shots for AMM's new "Will You Marry Us" Gift Box
Here’s how it works in three easy steps:
The couple goes to theamm.org/will-you-marry-us and purchases their “Will You Marry Us” Gift Package, which is shipped to them. Then they give it to their officiant (AMM can also send it directly to the officiant if that’s easier).
The officiant gets ordained online through theamm.org and enters his or her unique code that is included in the package. AMM sends the officiant their ordination documents, along with all required legal forms and instructions.
The officiant and couple can then use the tools and instructions included in the “Will You Marry Us” gift package to prepare and deliver a memorable and legal wedding ceremony anywhere in the USA.
Quote 1: “Asking someone to officiate your wedding is a big deal. It’s important to give them the tools to do the job right. Our “Will You Marry Us” Gift Package is the ultimate vote of confidence and gratitude!” – Lewis King, AMM Executive Director
Quote 2: “Officiating weddings requires preparation and practice, and asking someone to perform your ceremony shouldn’t be done lightly. That’s why you choose someone who you know, trust, and love to officiate. Our “Will You Marry Us” Gift Package is a chance to express this appreciation.” – Natasha Anakotta, AMM Director of Marketing & Support Services
Quote 3: “We want to help couples focus on the main reasons for having a wedding in the first place -- the ceremony. By offering AMM’s “Will You Marry Us?” ordination package, couples can express their appreciation for their officiant and ensure their ceremony’s success.” – Natasha Anakotta, AMM Director of Marketing & Support Services
The “Will You Marry Us?” gift package includes the following:
Credentials and Officiant Licensing Materials
• 1 Copy of our AMM Minister’s Manual
• 1 Ordination Certificate
• 1 Letter of Good Standing
• 1 Certificate Holder
• Minister Licensing Instructions (where applicable)
• Minister Licensing Application Materials (where applicable)
Wedding Ceremony Materials
• 1 Embroidered AMM Satin Wedding Officiant Stole
• 1 "Will You Marry Us?" greeting card + navy envelope
• 1 Copy of Asked to Officiate, Ceremony Writing and Delivery Guide
• 1 Screen Printed Canvas AMM Minister’s Tote Bag
• 1 Embossed AMM Minister’s Pin, Struck from Jeweler's Metal
• 2 AMM Embossed Gold Embossed Presidential™ Custom Pen
About AMM -- American Marriage Ministries (AMM) is a Seattle-based non-profit that ordains ministers through our website theamm.org. We guide officiants through the ceremony creation and delivery, and advocate for our ministers across the country to ensure that everyone can marry who they want, in a way that reflects their values and beliefs.
For more information or to speak with someone at American Marriage Ministries, please call 206-395-9164 or email [email protected]
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