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Jamie Rosler

Officiant - Emcee - Writer

a groom in a suit smiling next to a bride in a white strapless dress with her arm around his shoulders

Evan & Kim

married June 21, 2014

   Jamie was great! Our wedding was awesome and she nailed it. It was a non-religious affair we built from scratch, taking customs from here and there, making up others as we went along. It was important that our officiant was in on the construction, and we couldn't have asked for a better one than Jamie. She met with us before the date, helping us plan and providing useful guidance. She was easy to work with, attentive to our needs, and insightful when it came to melding the different elements we wanted to include.

   When Jamie spoke in front of our guests, she commanded their attention with her words and presence. She wove captivating tales of our life, our love, and our journey together, inviting everyone to take part in the union that was taking place.

   Our wedding is a day we won't ever forget, and we thank Jamie for helping make it so special.

Jamie officiates a Jewish wedding with a view of Austin's Lake Travis in the background. A bride wears a white dress and a groom wears Navy whites. Their chuppah is purple.

Jackie & Cory

married November 11, 2021

   Jamie Rosler and Broadly Entertaining officiated our wedding and they were amazing. We really appreciated their willingness to work with us to build out the perfect ceremony for us. We worked through several Zoom meetings and emails to craft the script we wanted. They understand the logistics and minutiae associated with weddings and provided fantastic advice for how we could improve the ceremony. When it came time, Jamie did a fantastic job organizing us for the ceremony rehearsal and then leading us through the ceremony itself. We wanted a short but impactful ceremony and Jamie helped us make it a reality. Our guests not only commented on how beautiful our ceremony was, they complimented how great Jamie did and asked where we found her.

Jamie officiates the wedding of a bride and groom who are holding hands and smiling with laughter

Nova & Paul

married October 20, 2018

   Jamie did an amazing job officiating our wedding. We couldn't have asked for better. She was there for us. To help, to support, to make our wedding day as special and unique as we are. She met with us several times leading up to the wedding. She gave us a questionnaire to fill out to help build the ceremony. It really helped us create the vision of what our ceremony would look like. We wanted a nondenominational ceremony and were at a loss for how to build that, but Jamie helped ease the stress of how we were going to fill the time.

     When the day came and we got to hear our ceremony, it was better than we imagined! Jamie had picked up on inside jokes and personal things in those meetings and that questionnaire and added them to the ceremony. She did this in small ways that my husband and I got but didn't interrupt the flow or go over the guests' heads. Jamie created a witty, heartwarming ceremony which we'll always value. I highly recommend her, it will make planning your wedding easier!

Newlyweds in a maroon dress and a plaid brown suit smile as they toast to their union with champagne flutes in hand, atop a Brooklyn rooftop in New York

Jessie & Adrian

married October 17, 2020

   My husband and I were planning a last minute "micro wedding" on my friend's rooftop in Brooklyn, and Jamie and Giana jumped on board within two weeks of the wedding. We did a zoom meeting and their energy was uplifting, positive, and sweet and I knew right away I wanted them to be there! (And they both have a theater background so we definitely connected that way as well!)

   We didn't have many ideas on how we wanted the ceremony to go, so I was really thankful to have them walk us through the process and brainstorm with us. They made it a stress-free experience.

   When the day came, Jamie came early and talked me through the ceremony and made any last minute changes. She put a lot of work into sprinkling personal elements from questionnaires that both Adrian and I filled out and I think that made it feel even more special. It was a very low key ceremony and exactly what we wanted!

Jamie's great because she cares. In the past when I've dealt with her, she was always available at a second's notice to deal with concerns or surprises, and my satisfaction was a priority for her. As a performer, she brings life and energy that makes anything she does that much more special.

- Adam Nedeff, author of Quizmaster (a comprehensive biography of Bill Cullen)

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