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Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway is a leading interfaith and non-denominational wedding officiant. In addition to her expertise in creating personalized interfaith, multicultural and non-denominational weddings, she is widely recognized as a wedding stress expert who helps couples and families have a calmer wedding planning experience.
She is author of 14 books. In her newest book, "YOUR INTERFAITH WEDDING: A Guide to Blending Faiths, Cultures, and Personal Values into One Beautiful Wedding Ceremony" (Praeger), she helps couples navigate through the experience of blending their lives and families in a meaningful ceremony.
She is also author of "WEDDING GODDESS: A Divine Guide to Transforming Wedding Stress to Wedding Bliss" (Perigee/Penguin Books), in which she shares her sage insights on to prepare for marriage and plan a wedding without the typical wedding stress.
As a contemporary clergy person, Rev. Laurie Sue specializes in creative and loving ceremonies, serving brides and grooms of all backgrounds, cultures and religions. New York Magazine's "New York Weddings" lists her as one of the city's top officiants and The New York Press selected her as "Best in New York." Joan Hamburg recommends Rev. Laurie Sue in her book, "City Weddings."
Her wedding ministry is built on her well-established expertise in relationships developed in her 20 years as a journalist, prior to becoming ordained. She currently serves as a love and weddings columnist for Wedlok.com and The Three Tomatoes. And she is a relationship editor for Everyday Health.
She has been interviewed about weddings and marriage by The New York Times, Newsweek, USA TODAY, Associated Press, Modern Bride, Bridal Guide, The Bridal Book, Wedding Dresses Magazine, New York Magazine, NY Daily News, Newsday, Inside Edition, WE Network, WB11, Eyewitness News, Fox 5, and others.
Rev. Laurie Sue helped establish, and co-led, the NYC branch of The Bridal Survival Club. She is also founder of The Annual Blessing of the Brides and Grooms in Central Park, which she co-officiates each year with her husband, Rev. Vic. Fuhrman.