Your Love. Your Way.
Rev. Bron Johnson, Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant ®, Wedding Officiant & Master of Ceremonies
Proudly Serving The Okanagan Area
From traditional to alternative, funny to elegant, simple to detailed...it is my highest passion to help all kinds of couples create rememberable, meaningful ceremonies that celebrate their unique love!
*Now Booking All Of 2023 & 2024*
Click the link below to schedule a no-obligation consultation to see if we're a good fit for your wedding. I'm looking forward to hearing from you!
"You did such an amazing job, your charisma and delivery of everything was so smooth and everyone loved it. I got over a dozen family members and friends over the last couple days really wanting me to let you know how you were one of the best mc's they've ever had the pleasure of experiencing at a wedding. You hit a f***ing home run. We love you!"
-Dylan + Kaitlin Martin
No, this day was about nothing else other than the moment my uncle and my soon-to-be aunt made a life long commitment to one another, and the beautiful, important role the man between them got to play within in it.
"If bringing about an arrangement of commitment on the highest level between two people is a job that needs to be done... who better to do it than me," I thought, gazing towards them with a gentle smile now wiped across my face.
...I’m not crying. You’re crying...
It ended up being a wonderful MC experience, and not the last one I’ve done since!
I believe my soul was meant to do this work, as cheesy as that may sound. I believe that a part of my purpose is to facilitate the marriage of love in all its ways... and this is simply just one of them!
Contact me now to see if I'm a good fit to officiate your wedding!
I’ve never told this to anyone before but...
The truth is that I’ve wanted to become a wedding officiant for over 15 years, ever since I first performed the role of Master of Ceremonies at my Uncles wedding in 2006.
I was a nervous 17 year old boy. Forehead dripping with perspiration, the microphone just barely being clasped by my clammy hands, I remember standing to the far right of the room scrambling in my mind about what I was supposed to be doing next, moments before the words “I do” were uttered.
But then the ceremony started and I was saved.
The energy of the room shifted completely when the deep warm smile of the man standing between my uncle and his bride enveloped my attention. Looking into his honest, sincere eyes made me remember one important fact:
This day was not about me and how well or unwell I performed as an MC...