New York Times – July 22, 2018
Chris, one of the top officiants for airport weddings, was interviewed by New York Times reporter Christine Negroni about his wedding services for airport weddings. Interestingly, the day the story published, he married a couple who flew into LAX for an airport wedding. Chris has been an airport wedding officiant many times before and was featured a decade ago in a USA Today article about performing airport marriages.
The article discusses those weddings in airports, marriage proposals at airports, formal weddings at airports, etc.
Officiants for Airport Weddings
From the article:
In California, Chris Robinson, a lawyer and a notary, regularly performs weddings in public spaces at Los Angeles-area airports. “I’ve been part of dozens of weddings in L.A., Burbank and Orange County airports,” he said, adding that passers-by are always charmed.
Chris always has marriage licenses on hand to issue to couples who want to get married in California.
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