Located in Toronto, Ontario, Leonard Nolasco is a professional wedding officiant and life celebrant who specializes in creating inspirational wedding ceremonies for special couples. Leonard is a Certified Licenced Wedding Officiant and Celebrant in the province of Ontario who looks forward to working with soon-to-be-married couples to create the personalized ceremony that have always wanted. His pleasant, friendly and calming demeanor will make your ceremony personal, intimate and memorable for all in attendance.
Leonard prefers to meet each couple face-to-face in order to under their wedding ceremony vision firsthand, but will also include a second consultation which will be a "talk-through rehearsal" of the ceremony details. He will perform your customized ceremony at the location of your choice which can include a couple's own vows. He will file your Marriage Registry and send it the the Office of the Registrar General.
Leonard Nolasco offers various services and can accommodate the following types of weddings and events:
- Civil union
- Single religion
- Interfaith ceremony
- Vow renewals
- Ceremony rehearsal
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Easy and amazing!
Well-spoken, professional, adaptable
Memorable & stress free!
Highly recommend Leonard Nolasco
Leonard is awesome!
Leonard made our wedding so memorable. The ceremony was personalized and really expressed how my husband and I are. Everything he mentioned was so relatable. It was like Leonard has known us for a very long time lol.
Leonard is professional, easy to work with and made everything go as planned/smoothly. To be honest, i don't think my husband ans I were truly prepared for the wedding. We didn't have any rehearsals as my husband and I planned it all ourselves. I think I was all over the place during the ceremony lol. I couldn't stand still, keep eye contact with my husband, or say my vows without crying but Leonard was so nice and tried to calm me down. I definitely didn't calm down as much cause its me lol, but it still helped.
Thank you Leonard for everything. Wishing you all the best!
Exactly what we wished for!
Incredibly memorable and personalize experience!
our happily ever after
Thank you times a million.
You’re forever part of our journey.
Krimshan and Ellen
Delivered a Very Special Moment
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I’m a Certified Life Celebrant in Canada and a licensed Marriage Officiant in the Province of Ontario, serving the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
Ordained as a Minister by the Canadian International Metaphysical Ministry (CIMM), I specialize in performing wedding ceremonies using a calm, collected and professional approach. Metaphysics recognizes and respects all religions and spiritual paths. I am free to marry couples of all faiths, cultures, or sexual orientation.
Professionally, I am a fundraiser with SickKids Foundation with a background in Project Management (which has helped with keeping couples organized as we plan their ceremony). I volunteer my time as President of my Condo Board, a Board Director for Childhood Cancer Survivor Canada and a Crisis Responder for Kids Help Phone.
I spent the better part of seven years living and working aboard in Qatar and South Africa. I’ve been to at least 25 countries and I intend on travelling to 40 countries by the time I turn 40 (i.e. 15 countries in five years). I also love to cook. Check out quarantine.cuisineTO on Instagram to see how I’ve kept busy during quarantine.
The reason I got into this business was because my friends asked me to “officiate” their wedding. (Think Joey marrying Chandler and Monica on Friends). At the time, I wasn’t licensed, so we did the ceremony anyway and they had a Legal Officiant do the declaration. Months later, another friend said she was eloping and asked me to officiate her wedding. That’s when I decided to get licensed. Officiating is a great side hustle (I mean, what millennial doesn’t have one?). Not only do I get to meet incredible people from all walks of life but I also get to be a part of their special day. It’s important for me to work with the couple in delivering a ceremony that reflects who they are and what they believe in.