NBWeddings is a wedding officiant based in Moncton, New Brunswick. Owner and retired judge Irwin Lampert aims to help couples create nuptials that showcase their unique love story. He specializes in curating elegant ceremonies that celebrate the newlyweds, ensuring a memorable and meaningful experience.
NBWeddings is available to provide a wide range of services depending on the happy couple’s needs. From casual services for those who just want to make it legal to fully personalized experiences, Irwin is happy to help. He works with clients who are planning civil, religious, and interfaith ceremonies. Once booked, Irwin will help soon-to-be newlyweds throughout the planning process to select readings, rituals, and vows. He aims to perform relaxed and sophisticated ceremonies to engage the audience and ensure it leaves a lasting impression.
Civil union, single religion, interfaith ceremony, non-religious, vow renewal, ceremony rehearsal
Licensed, allow couple' own vows
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I was born in Montreal , moved to Moncton at a very young age and have lived and worked here ever since, except during my years away at university.I am a graduate of Moncton High School, Dalhousie University (Science degree) and the University of New Brunswick Law School. I practised law in Moncton for many years with a large practice in Family Law, before being appointed a provincial court judge. I presided in courts across New Brunswick hearing mainly criminal matters, including Youth Court.For many years I was involved with various judges’ associations. I served terms as President of the New Brunswick Provincial Court Judges’ Association and the Canadian Association of Provincial Court Judges and was a Governor of the American Judges’ Association. For a number of years I was a member of the New Brunswick Judicial Council, a body which dealt with complaints filed against judges.
666 St George Blvd E1E 2C6 Moncton (New Brunswick)