New York Wedding Officiant and Celebrant Marion Seymour designs custom ceremonies that are distinctive and captivating.

Marion Seymour is a Licensed and Registered Wedding Officiant in the City of New York and throughout the United States. A graduate of the Celebrant Foundation and Institute, she is a Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant trained in the art and history of ceremonies and holds a Bachelor’s Degree with Achievement in Counseling.

A life-long artist, writer and story teller, Marion’s previous professional experience includes 15 years as an on-air radio and television personality, years as music director, filmmaker, communications consultant and creative director. She holds degrees in Fine Art and Broadcasting and has completed post-graduate studies in Digital Arts, Film Production and Screenwriting.

Marion has also dedicated herself to her role as a mother and an advocate for social justice and free speech.

Growing up in a large close-knit East Coast family that regularly played music, danced, sang, performed skits and told stories, she was schooled at an early age in the art of impromptu performance, conversation and listening. She has succeeded in keeping creative expression alive and passing these traditions on to her own children who are successful in their own rite.

In her work as a Wedding Officiant and Celebrant Marion designs custom ceremonies that are captivating and truly unique. Her natural outgoing personality and warmth make working with her a pleasure. Collaborating with her clients, Marion listens closely to what they envision, then shapes and designs a ceremony that is one of a kind.

Equally comfortable speaking in front of ten people or 400, her delivery is articulate, graceful and sincere. She adds emotion, humor, or a solemn touch in amounts requested by her clients.

A ceremony created and performed by Marion Seymour is a distinctive and memorable event that has true resonance and meaning. Marion adds, “Experiencing the joy and pride that couples and families share after one of my ceremonies is truly a great reward.”

Marion calls New York City her home.