My fiance and myself are not religious and neither are our parents, however we were both baptized Catholic when we were born because it was what his grandparents and my grandparents (now deceased) wanted. Although my parents and his parents are not religious, they obliged because it was so important to our grandparents. We had strangely similar childhoods if you can't tell. My only living grandparents are not religious at all either, but his only living grandmother is a very devout Catholic. My fiance and I already booked a ceremony venue in a beautiful room at the hotel we are having our reception, and while we could tell his grandmother was disappointed it wasn't in a church, she didn't say anything. The other day she mentioned to my fiance that she would like us to have a priest at our ceremony if it was okay with us. She said he wouldn't be able to officiate the wedding, but he would just be there participating in some way. We both agreed that this would be a good way to honor her wishes and we would be happy to do this for her, although I am now somewhat confused as to what the priest would actually be doing. Has anybody ever done anything like this before? What do we have to do to prepare for this, and does this limit who we can have officiate our wedding? We were just going to have a local judge, but do we now have to have a religious officiant? Most of our family members are non-religious as well, so it would mainly be to honor her, as well as the memory of my deceased grandparents. Does anyone have any other ideas or ways we could do this?