It all started when Wah's good friends asked her to officiate their wedding. Having been to many sacred wedding ceremonies preformed by her mom, Gurmukh, it only seemed natural for Wah to follow in her mother's footsteps... If you want a wedding ceremony that reflects your spirit, love and connection to something greater, but also want it to be non-denominational, Wah might be the perfect minister for you. She brings the philosophy of yoga and union, spirit and love, with poetry and music to create the perfect sacred ceremony for you and your beloved. Wah's deepest truth is to support couples to enter a marriage that can last a lifetime with values and commitments that will sustain through time and space.
- Couples meeting with Wah 3 months prior to the wedding to gather vision, ideas and desires for the ceremony.
- Wah creates a personalized wedding ceremony for the couple. She will weave in the couples vision with her own vision of what will be the perfect ceremony for each individual wedding.
- Wah will create the sacred space on the day of the wedding and be the officiant for the wedding.
Words oN marriage that inspire WAH'S SACRED CERAMONIES:
Kate & Scott
From the first meeting with Wah my husband and I knew she was the perfect person to marry us! She showed a passion and strong vision for marriage, partnership, and union. We trusted her implicitly to guide us through the process of co-creating a ceremony that was authentic to both of us.
We are from different faith backgrounds and Wah did a great job of helping us blend aspects of heritage and modern spirituality into our ceremony while also making it feel unique, memorable, and most importantly, so much fun!
Her zest for life and kindness showed through the entire ceremony. We had several guests comment on it being the most relatable and beautiful ceremony they had been to. What a gift that we found Wah to officiate our wedding.
Guru Darshan & Bac
Wah has given me so many gifts in this life, just by knowing her, but one of the greatest gifts was to have her officiate my wedding. She welcomed my husband and I into this new and beautiful word of marriage with so much wisdom and joy.
Whenever I look back on that day I remember the moment when I had just walked down the aisle and was standing next to her and in front of my husband and the first thing she did was.....take a big deep breath! And it was the most perfect thing in that moment. She grounded us, she calmed us, she reminded us to just breathe.