One-of-a-kind ceremonies to honour and celebrate the milestones in your life

Heather Klassen, Wedding Officiant & Life-Cycle Celebrant™

“She took the time to tell our story and she captured the spirit of our love so beautifully.”

Amy and Jason
“It was exactly what we asked for and more than we’d dreamed of.”

Claire and Ryan

“She was a great communicator from start to finish, very professional and easy to work with.”

Amie and Jay

“Our guests are constantly telling us how amazing the ceremony was”

Pauline and Guillermo
“Thank you for your warm touch, gentle nature and creativity!”

Tegan and Craig
“We laughed, cried and fell in love all over again with her articulate, personable, honest, and heartwarming words.”

Jillian & Justin
“Through a few meetings with Heather she helped us create a ceremony truly unique to us.”

Cody and Sam
“Our guests were really impressed on how personal, funny and touching the ceremony was.”

Vanessa and Fraser
“Heather’s stellar reputation as an officiant is well deserved and we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend her.”

James and Amanda
“Her ability to blend our sentiments into her delivery was eloquent and seamless.”

Chantal and Ian

Welcome to LifeStream Ceremonies!

Whether you’re looking for a personalized wedding ceremony created just for you, or want to recognize another milestone in life, I can help you create the ceremony that’s right for you.

In the big moments in life, your story deserves to be told in a way that is meaningful and unique. I’d be delighted to work with you to create a memorable ceremony that truly reflects your personality, vision and beliefs.

I have specialized training in ceremony creation and rituals. And as an ordained clergy member, I am registered with Vital Statistics Alberta to perform wedding ceremonies that are legal and binding. I live in Calgary, Alberta and provide services in Calgary, Canmore and Banff.

I look forward to chatting with you about your ceremony needs!

 

“The golden moments in the stream of life rush past us, and we see nothing but sand; the angels come to visit us, and we only know them when they are gone.” - George Eliot