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About Reverend Baker

Reverend Baker is a current licensed Wedding Minister that provides a personalized, organized and detailed ceremony for your treasured memories. He has received various awards from Weddingwire, and other wedding venues.
Among the Wedding Ministers in Las Vegas, Reverend Baker was selected to perform and host the very first wedding ceremony in Las Vegas' Elvis Presley wedding chapel on live TV on the Today Show with 4 million viewers watching. He has worked with wedding chapels as an organizer, photographer and as a Wedding Officiant.

We specialize in arriving at the site of your choice. Renewal of vows, destination weddings, indoor/outdoor, private homes, Las Vegas Strip ceremonies, City Parks are all included. We host Renewal of Vows, Private Home, Destination weddings as well as on the iconic Las Vegas Strip. 

Abundant Weddings is equipped with a staff of Vegas Wedding Ministers for use at your disposal. If you are looking for Las Vegas Wedding Officiants, Abundant Weddings is your all-in-one service provider.
We offer free rehearsals, flowers, and wedding music with all of our Packages.  Abundant Weddings responds fast to short notices. You may call anytime to speak to a live person.
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5-Star Customer Testimonials 

"Great service! Affordable packages! Exceeds expectations!" - Jay Stone

"Such an accommodating, wonderful experience! Wonderful services; polite, prompt and professional." - Mark Stokes

"John and I recently got married by Rev. Baker. The responsiveness and accommodations were absolutely amazing and professional. Thank you so much for making our special day memorable for years to come." - Rebekah Dockery

"Abundant Weddings is excellent! We booked their services in January (wedding was in May) and they were completely reliable! Communication was top notch, and the ceremony exceeded anything we could have ever hoped for! Professional services with great prices. Highly recommended! A+++++" - Mike Smoot

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