Kathryn Haynes

Kathryn who lives in Newmarket believes that your celebration of marriage should be as special as the two of you! She is dedicated to providing the kind of wedding ceremony that you, your family, and friends will always remember. She attended Brock University and holds three degrees; a BA in Theatre, a BEd and a Masters in Education focusing on Teaching, Learning and Development Kathryn enjoys music and plays the Alto Saxophone and Fife. An avid history buff and ‘time-traveler', Kathryn re-enacts the American Revolution as a loyalist refugee and volunteers with the Stratford Perth Heritage Foundation. Kathryn would welcome the opportunity to work with you.

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Areas served

North York, Thornhill, Woodbrige, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Markham, Stouffville, Newmarket, King City, Keswick

Reviews

Chuck & Thalia
Kathryn Haynes was so amazing and our wedding was so good because of her thoughtful ceremony.
Laura & Scott
Kathryn Haynes exceeded our expectations! She was warm, kind and very responsive to our ideas on how to make our ceremony more personal. She was an absolute pleasure to work with and we would highly recommend her to other couples.
Angela & Ryan
Kathryn Haynes was a fantastic wedding officiant for my new husband and I. Kathryn was very professional and she did an excellent job during our ceremony. Her input in helping us design the ceremony was crucial to its success. Kathryn was prompt and she was always willing to help us with questions and with our wedding coordination. I would recommend Kathryn to other friends who were getting married as she made the day exceptionally fun and stress free.
Veronica & Kenley
Kathryn Haynes was great! Very professional, put together and knowledgeable about the process. Kathryn was a great addition to our wedding. When we met earlier, she had a great questionnaire that we filled out together and helped us get our thoughts together on the details of the ceremony. Things that we wouldn't have thought about. She also gave us the freedom to write up or change some of the wording of the vows (leaving in the legal stuff), which was a great personal touch.