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Seattle Officiant Frank Harlan is a certified Humanist Celebrant endorsed by The Humanist Society. He produces and presides over Non-Religious wedding ceremonies and secular unions. Frank's years of experience allow him to guide you through the process and assist you in creating the wedding ceremony you will be proud to share -- A ceremony that you, your partner, and everyone in attendance will always remember. If your intention is a wedding ceremony that is heartfelt and personal, with a touch of lightheartedness consider speaking with Officiant Frank Harlan. 


Since '09, Seattle-based Wedding Officiant Frank Harlan has produced and performed hundreds of wedding ceremonies for couples of all lifestyles, cultures, and genders, he understands that each couple is different and is aware that concept of "traditional" weddings are overwhelmingly oriented toward religious beliefs and straight cisgender people. Frank's history as a performer and Emcee has shaped his contemporary presentation style makes it easy for him to connect with couples, who chose to work with him,  to create a wedding ceremony with a narrative that acknowledges their commitment to each other, and is a celebration of human love.

"Whether your plan is full-blown Formal, a PNW Come As You Are Casual, or a mix of Live and Virtual Guests I want to work with couples open to an intimate wedding celebration that is transformational, engaging, and fun for everyone in attendance." ~Frank

As an Officiant providing services in Seattle's wonderfully diverse communities, Frank is honored and proud to say that he has presided over the weddings of more 100 LGBTQIA+ couples since the passing of Marriage Equality in Washington State (2012). 


Virtual guests continue to be a popular addition to smaller wedding productions. Frank encourages couples to bring virtual guests to their wedding, easily done through a variety of Cellphone apps e.g. FaceTime, WhatsApp, or larger groups with Zoom, etc. He can be helpful there too. 

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