A true marriage is a natural concord and agreement of souls, a harmony in which discord is not even imagined; it is a mingling so perfect that only one seems to exist; all other considerations are lost; the present seems to be eternal. In this supreme moment there is no shadow – or the shadow is as luminous as light. And when two beings thus love, thus unite, this is the true marriage of soul and soul.

~ Robert Green Ingersoll

Your Wedding Specialist

Katherine is a licensed marriage officiant and certified wedding coordinator who has been planning and performing multicultural weddings, humanist weddings, and themed weddings since 2004. In addition to being licensed by the Registrar General of Ontario, and certified by the WPIC, she is an established teacher, writer, editor, and visual artist.

Katherine designs wedding ceremonies the same way she approaches life: with creativity, enthusiasm, and love.

For the past 15 years, Katherine has composed, planned, and performed weddings in Stratford, Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Toronto, and the Niagara region, and would be happy to meet with you to discuss your wedding needs and prefernces, and compose the perfect ceremony just for you.

Legal solemnization services are also available for couples who want to get their marriage registered in Ontario before having their destination wedding celebration outside the province.

Katherine also works with a network of like-minded Officiants and is happy to refer one of her colleagues to you should she be unable to perform your wedding due to a previous booking.

Click on Wedding Information Form to download and complete the form (it is fillable after it is downloaded).

Completed forms should be emailed to: LifetimeCeremonies@gmail.com to determine date and time feasibility for your wedding.


Katherine Dimou, B.A., Dip.B.Admin., W.P.I.C.C.
Licensed Marriage Officiant & Wedding Day Coordinator


Proudly serving Stratford, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga, Toronto, and Niagara region, since 2004.