Dr. Alan Viau, popular Canadian officiant, joins the Weddzilla blogging community, focusing on creating memorable on-location ceremonies

Dr. Alan Viau, one of Ottawa Canada’s most popular wedding officiants, is excited to announce that he will join the Weddzilla blog’s team of featured vendor bloggers, as the resident expert wedding officiant.

Viau’s mission is to offer engaged couples inspirational stories, tips, and advice dedicated to enhancing the details of real on-location wedding ceremonies. Viau’s blogs will reflect his understanding that more brides and grooms are choosing not to have a religious institution perform their wedding and are instead taking ownership of their ceremony so that their wedding truly reflects who they are and what the union of marriage means to them, their friends, and families.

Viau’s contribution to the Weddzilla blog will include a focus on offering the couples designing civil or multi-faith/spiritual, multi-cultural, wedding ceremonies a unique perspective on how to create a ceremony that works best for them.

“We are focused on creating content on the Weddzilla blog that will offer engaged couples unique perspectives on weddings and marriage. We understand that every couples’ wedding planning process is different and we look forward to sharing his expertise with our Weddzilla community,” said Weddzilla blog’s Editor-in-Chief, Heather Walrath.

About Weddzilla.com

Weddzilla.com, the fastest growing wedding portal, has created the most efficient, interactive, and social wedding planning experience for both engaged couples and wedding professionals. Engaged couples can browse user-added wedding ideas such as wedding cakes or wedding dresses, get quotes from local wedding vendors, and invite their friends, family, or bridal party to help them plan their wedding. Wedding professionals can find brides by budget, location, or category and connect directly to them via the Weddifieds, all at no cost.

About Dr. Viau

Over the past six years, Dr. Alan Viau has helped hundreds of brides and grooms express their vision for their on-location wedding. He’s used his experience to guide their thinking beyond the words and traditions for their ceremony. As a multi-faith wedding officiant and chaplain, he tailors the wedding ceremony, with the couple, so that they have the ceremony they have dreamed of. His blogs share wedding ideas and inspirational stories. Alan’s compiled useful tips on what has gone really well and some things to watch for based on the 500 weddings he’s conducted. Alan can be reached at www.weddingchaplain.ca