Julie Tkachuk

Live Your Dream

Welcome to My Website

So you're getting married! A heartfelt congratulations from me to you and your partner. Now the organizing and planning for your wedding day begins. It will be one of the most important days of your lives and you want your day to be as perfect as it can be.


The special day you share with the most meaningful people in your lives begins with your wedding ceremony -- that's where I come in. :) My job, as I see it, is to ensure that your ceremony is as stress-free, smooth-flowing and enjoyable as possible. How will I do that?


I have a wealth of experience and knowledge about civil (non-religious) wedding ceremonies. Since my first Alberta government appointment in 2005, I have officiated at more than 1,750 weddings. I am very organized, prompt and professional.

The ceremony I have written is meaningful and warm. I am often told by couples and guests that the words of mine are the most beautiful they have ever heard. 


With my keen eye for detail, when I see how a wedding venue is set up, I can offer suggestions that make for smooth-flowing and looking processionals plus better, more uniform photos.


I love to have fun. Lots of laughter is shared at rehearsals as we fine-tune the ceremony logistics. And joy is the name of the game at ceremonies.  

Are you planning a large wedding at a rented venue  with many guests? Would you prefer a small ceremony with just two witnesses present? Do you want to be married in your own back yard, at a park, or somewhere unique like centre ice, centre field or a streetcar? Are you a same-sex couple? Or would you like to renew your vows?


To receive more information about my availability and services,

click here to fill out my Wedding Inquiry Form. 


Once I receive your Inquiry Form with your contact information and the details about your ceremony, I will reply quickly.





"Love doesn't make the world go 'round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile." – Franklin P. Jones

Just for fun: The well-known expression, "Tie the Knot", means to get married and it originates from the ancient Celtic custom of handfasting. In this symbolic ritual, the newly-wedded couple had their hands loosely bound together with an eternity knot.

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