My process in preparing for your wedding is to focus on making the ceremony something that every guest will remember long after your Big Day. I do this by getting to know you both, as a couple, through a brief in-person meeting and then a follow-up meeting or phone call with each of you, individually.
Those brief conversations help me to weave a very personal story about the two of you - how you met, what makes the two of you different and special as a couple, and the unique love you have for each other that you want everyone to “get” and carry with them as they experience your promise and as they look back on your wedding.
I am more than happy to perform a religious or faith-based ceremony, if desired, but I tend toward spiritual and/or non-religious officiating duties.
I can honestly say that one consistent comment I have received from guest after guest after officiating is this: “That was the most meaningful and personal wedding ceremony I have ever attended.” We have all attended very impersonal, formulaic, fill-in-the-blank wedding ceremonies that are soon forgotten. I invest many hours making sure everyone leaves feeling moved by and connected to your love for each other.
I don't have an "officiating business". The truth is: I was once asked to officiate at the wedding of friends and so I secured my credentials. The response was so overwhelmingly positive that I agreed to do it again - and the rest is history. I have a full-time job, so this is a labor of love - literally!
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