NEW YORK, N.Y. – On Friday April 29th, New Jersey’s Mitchell Maged, (also known as “Mitch The Minister”) will be the wedding officiant for three Tri-State area couples, who will marry during TLC’s Royal Wedding Viewing Party in Times Square, NYC.
“Mitch The Minister” will be marrying three couples from NJ, NY and CT in a split screen ceremony to be broadcast live on the JumboTron, with one half showing Prince William and Kate Middleton’s royal wedding in London, England, and the other showing the Times Square, New York weddings.
The thought of officiating a wedding in Times Square is not something new to “Mitch The Minister.” Having performed over 1,000 weddings in the past 12 years, Maged specializes in all faiths, all styles, and in all locations. From weddings in hot air balloons to Star Wars themed weddings, “Mitch The Minister” has done it all.
TLC’s Royal Wedding will be the second broadcast wedding “Mitch The Minister” has officiated. In 1996 he was asked to perform as the minister for the WPLJ radio contest, “2 Strangers and a Wedding.”
For additional information about Mitchell Maged, click here to view Mitch The Minister’s profile on NJWedding.com, and to view more details on the TLC Royal Wedding Viewing Party from 5am-10am, view the facebook page here. And for more details on the TLC Royal Wedding event and to obtain tickets courtesy of Semisweet Productions and NJWedding.com, click here.
IN THE NEWS! View recent coverage of the TLC Royal Wedding event and the live weddings taking place in Times Square, and additional media reports on how New Jerseyans are celebrating or coming up with their own ideas on the topic of the Royal Wedding:
Oakland minister is master of ceremonies on royal’s wedding day | Franklin Lakes – Oakland Suburban News
You Too Can Be A Princess Bride — For A Day | US1 Newspaper (Princeton area wedding professionals offer their thoughts and expertise on the Royal Wedding)
Royal Wedding — Jersey Style | NJMyWay.com & NJMonthly.com (NJ wedding professionals ponder the idea of the Royal Wedding being held as a “destination wedding” in New Jersey)