Rev. Christina Irvine
Professional Wedding Officiant

Majestic mountains … breathtaking ocean views … and the roar of the surf, all create the perfect spot for a ceremony as special as a wedding. The Oregon Coast is that spot.

I am a Christian non-denominational minister living in Manzanita, Oregon and officiating weddings, vow renewals and elopements on the North Oregon Coast. It is my joy to officiate your ceremony on the beach, in your home, my home, one of our beautiful state parks … or any other location that inspires you. I will be happy to make suggestions.

We are all craving a reason to celebrate, and what better reason than love. If this year has taught us anything, it’s that we need to be prepared for change. These days, keeping guests healthy and safe is the ultimate priority. So many couples I’ve spoken with this year expressed the desire to be able to get back to the basics and surround themselves with their closest family and friends. They want to slow down, enjoy the simple moments and remember what their wedding is all about.

It is my heartfelt desire to make your wedding day a beautiful and memorable one that you and your guests will cherish for a lifetime. I will officiate your ceremony in a warm, romantic and loving manner that will express your undeniable love for each other with your ceremonial wishes in mind. I want my words to reflect your feelings.

Whether you’re planning an extremely ornate wedding or a very simple ceremony at the beach, I will customize it and make it uniquely yours. Your wedding day is very meaningful to you and the ceremony should fit your personalities and your beliefs.

I support marriage equality and welcome all couples. I am honored each time I’m asked to officiate a ceremony, and I respect the sacred trust each couple has placed in me.

A 10% discount for active military is also available to acknowledge my gratitude for all men and women serving our country.

Congratulations to you both during this joyful and exciting time in your lives! I look forward to hearing from you.

Rev. Christina Irvine