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Uniquely, I Do~The largest professional
wedding officiant team in Eastern
Washington & Oregon!
Exciting News! Uniquely, I Do was voted
Best Celebrant/Officiant Service, Richland
Best Celebrant/Officiant Service - Washington State &
Best Celebrant/Officiant Service - United States!!!!
Stacey K. Miles, owner of Uniquely, I Do, is honored to be part of her couple's Happily
Ever Afters. Being disappointed with her own wedding vows -cough cough- years ago, not
realizing there were "other vows" to be chosen than the "standard" vows, she is excited
to help couples select or write vows that are a telling of their love, union and life to come.
She works closely with her couples, listens to their ideas, visions, dreams, and wants.
From simple civil wedding vows to extravagant fairy tale weddings, from back yard
weddings to wild and crazy wedding events, Stacey will officiate your wedding your way.
(Tip--Just don't ask her to sing your vows... it's not so pretty.)
Not just a wedding officiant, Stacey is the founder of the Tri-Cities Wedding Professionals
Network, and produces the Eastern Oregon Bridal Show, which is held twice a year.
Stacey is often asked how she can perform so many different types of weddings for so
many different types of people. Stacey is a secular inter-faith ordained minister and does
not judge, does not hold her beliefs higher than those of others, nor does she wish to
impose her beliefs, thoughts and ideas on others. She comes to you as your Wedding
Officiant with an open heart and is open to your dreams, your religions, your ideals, your
beliefs, your love, your uniqueness.
Uniquely, I Do’s Officiants
In 2011, Stacey brought Diane Crawford aboard to help meet the demand for Uniquely, I
Do's popular wedding officiating style. Married with two children and five grandchildren,
Diane feels she finally found her true calling when she started officiating wedding
"Diane was AMAZING!!! !! I wouldn’t change a moment. The ceremony was perfection!!!
Delivered with grace and beauty by Diane!" Kellie & Trevor, wed 06-25-11
Diane officiates in the Tri-Cities, Prosser, Yakima, Walla Walla and loves destination
weddings, she even married a couple at the top of Swizter Mountain!
Elizabeth Sanchez (Betty) is delighted to be part of Uniquely, I Do's team. She has been
happily married for 35 years with 3 children and 6 grandchildren. She has photographed
several weddings and enjoys crafting and decorating (Martha Stewart wanna be!).
Her family enjoys outdoor activities year round so it was no surprise when both her girls
chose to have outdoor weddings. Her oldest had an out of state simple and romantic
beach wedding, her other daughter chose a country backyard theme at sunset, which
Rev. Diane officiated!
Betty says she just loves every aspect of a wedding
and appreciates the enthusiasm that the Uniquely-I-Do
team offers, she is looking forward to meeting new
people while officiating weddings!
Betty officiates primarily in Yakima & Surrounding
areas, and is able to do simple ceremonies in Spanish.
"Rev Betty Sanchez was great! She was kind and caring
and very professional. Even when a member of the wedding
family was late she was understanding and actually helped
keep the bride from having a meltdown. " Tamara and Juan,
Rev. Deb enjoys being part of a couple’s everlasting love. Deb trained under Stacey, and
started her own officiating business in the Walla Walla & Seattle areas. Relocating to the
Tri-Cities, she now performs weddings in the Tri-Cities, Walla Walla Valley, Milton-
Freewater to Joseph, Oregon areas for Uniquely, I Do.
“My husband and I enjoyed every bit of our
wedding experience. We were given Debrah's
full attention to our needs and wants for our
perfect wedding experience. Thank you
Debrah for everything.” Michelle
Rev. Roger Skaer is proud to be the newest team member of Uniquely, I Do. He makes
his living as a carpenter, and has been happily married for seven years to his lovely
Roger became ordained to perform weddings at the request of his friends, Seth and
Rachel, who asked him to officiate their upcoming marriage. Humbled they would think
of him for this great honor, and a few months to prepare, Roger admits, when the
wedding day came, he was a little nervous. When the ceremony started, all the
nervousness left him and he realized he was meant to do this.
As a result of that wedding, Roger has
officiated several more weddings, writing
beautiful custom ceremonies for each
couple to fit their beliefs, desires, and
make it a truly one of a kind experience.
He finds officiating a rewarding
experience, and is passionate about make
a couple’s big day as special as it should