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WORK FROM HOME AS A WEDDING OFFICIAL
Awwwww! Aren't they cute in their little wedding gowns and tuxes! Work from home as a wedding official. All states have different laws about who can legally perform the ceremony, so you'll have to Google your states' website and check it out. Just because it was legal last year, doesn't mean they haven't changed the laws for this year, so you have to stay on top of it. Some states you have to be an ordained minister/preacher/pastor/chaplin and some states you can be just a Notary Public and different rules in other states. Even some counties have different rules. You can do a quick check HERE. Click on your state and choose the country you're in. I don't know how often this site updates their data, so check for sure with your state/county before you go full steam ahead based on what they say.
You can make money officiating these ceremonies and make even more money if you provide the wedding place, especially if you can use your home. Or, to be easier, just show up and officiate and leave.
You can start this home business for next to nothing. You just have to get the word out that you will officiate for $X.xx instead of the $250 - $500 that a church would charge. Advertise on Craigslist for free and Facebook.
If your state requires you to be an ordained minister, it's anywhere from free to cheap online. Here are a few places to click on that offer becoming ordained:
Once ordained, you can perform weddings, funerals, baptisms, spiritual counceling and more.
Some of the above links also offer books on how to perform your duties and other helpful books/pamphlets (for a price, of course). Learn all you can so that you're the best you can be
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