Definition of officiant
: someone (such as a priest) who officiates at a religious rite
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BEHIND THE SCENES Officiant: Friend of the bride Lela Tutka, who happens to be ordained.
Pence also served as the officiant for the ceremony.
Ivanka Trump was a bridesmaid, her daughter Arabella was a flower girl, and Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, was the officiant.
Former BIP and Bachelor stars like Nick Viall, Tanner Tolbert, and Ashley Iaconetti attended the wedding, and Bachelor host Chris Harrison played the role of officiant.
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Officiant: The Rev. Susan Richardson, Christ Church, Philadelphia.
The officiant, Alex Valentine, a friend from Mr. Salazar’s college days at N.Y.U., gave the couple some friendly advice.
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Legal Definition of officiant
: one who performs the official duties at a ceremony (as a wedding)
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