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A recent surprise wedding proposal and surprise wedding for a couple who were married in a destination wedding in Los Angeles resulted in a surprise video viewing, and a scream, by the wife of one of the top officiants in LA. That officiant is Chris Robinson, otherwise known as the Officiant Guy.

Malibu, California (PRWEB) August 30, 2014

A recent surprise wedding proposal and surprise wedding for a couple who were married in a destination wedding in Los Angeles resulted in a surprise video viewing, and a scream, by the wife of one of the top officiants in LA. That officiant is Chris Robinson, otherwise known as the Officiant Guy.

Chris Robinsons wife of 22 years was searching around social media this month when she clicked on a great hook from the Huffington Post about Surprise Weddings. Knowing that her husband officiates many surprise weddings, she clicked on the video link, ready for a romantic cry. After her tears started rolling she unexpectedly witnessed her husband on the video officiating the wedding ceremony of the couple. She screamed. Their three children came running and they all watched as Chris Robinson officiated the beach wedding ceremony.

The touching video of the surprise proposal and wedding, both on Malibu Beaches, was created by Chloe Moore. The couple, Bryan and Heather, from Texas, dined at the Malibu Beach Inn. After Bryan excused himself, Heather was given a card that said, Come Away with Me and was shown down the stairs to where Bryan awaited with a guitarist, candles, champagne and a ring. Brian asked for Heather's hand on bended knee. Heather was overcome with emotion and, naturally, said "Yes".

The next day, Heather received yet another surprise when family members were present for a surprise beach wedding at a gorgeous secluded cove in Malibu. Officiant Guy, Chris Robinson, issued the couple a marriage license and was the wedding officiant, Bryan was a first-class act in that he flew both families out to be a part of the wedding. It was a very emotional and heartfelt wedding ceremony and I was happy to be a part of it, Robinson said, The Heart Bandits did an amazing job of arranging it as a romantic wedding.

Bryan and I planned his surprise proposal and wedding for months, said Michele Velazquez of The Heart Bandits, a wedding proposal and wedding planning service in Los Angeles that helps people all over the world plan the most memorable proposal. The wedding video was created by Chloe Moore for The Heart Bandits. With clientele ranging from professional athletes to busy executives, the Heart Bandits can seamlessly take on any challenge thrown at them, even a surprise wedding!

We chose the Officiant Guy to officiate the wedding because he came highly recommended. He had great online reviews, was very responsive to our emails and calls, and even offered a marriage license. He was a one-stop-shop, Velazquez said, Chris did an amazing job at the surprise wedding. He delivered the exact service our client wanted, was on-time and professional.

The Heart Bandits now offer Do It Yourself Proposal Planning videos for people who would like to plan the perfect wedding proposal themselves.

About Chris Robinson
Chris Robinson is Officiant Guy, a lawyer, a wedding officiant and a specialized notary public who is authorized to issue LA County marriage licenses. He has officiated thousands of wedding ceremonies throughout Southern California. He can be found at OfficiantGuy.com.

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