I provide a top quality service - it's personal and it's unique for you.
I perform wedding ceremonies at any venue in the area and my English accent is a ceremony favorite that can make your day even more special.
Meeting and working with people at one of the best moments in their lives is fantastic and I love helping to plan and make it great.
Just some of the services I offer:
I want to be a part of your special day. Not only am I awarded, certified, and experienced, I will strive to make sure your wedding ceremony is memorable, high quality, and stress free.
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Exchange of messages using email, text, phone calls. Then meetings.
Once a client has hired me, I produce a wedding script that we jointly agree on, we use for the rehearsal and with any minor changes, for the ceremony itself.
I also advise on obtaining the Marriage License and will return it to the County Clerks office for filing.
I have a Bachelors Degree including Sociology (but I am not a social worker) and am an ordained minister.
I work on a fixed price basis. Regular cost is $159 for weddings smaller than 100 guests and $199 for those with more than that number attending.
After attending a friends wedding where the officiant was stumbling over words and didn't present himself with any degree of authority, I knew from experience that I could do better. So I started to focus on weddings and am now a mainstay in the area performing at least 60 ceremonies each year.
All types of customers. Everyone from ordinary, regular people to the ultra wealthy. I also perform same-sex ceremonies.
As I am in a mixed faith marriage myself, I know all about those too.
A large wedding at the Marty Leonard Chapel in Fort Worth comes to mind. T he couple and a party of 20 bridesmaids and groomsmen. I organized all of the ceremony, procession and recession as well as rehearsed everything and wrote the text for the ceremony with the couple's input. Everything was perfect yet it was just a normal wedding for me.
A wedding is a special event, so make sure you meet with your vendors in person at the start of the process as it's way too late to meet them for the first time on the big day itself.
I would also advise to ALWAYS have a rehearsal.
TIME IS PRECIOUS. Lets get everything done and completed more than a month BEFORE the ceremony if possible - you don't want to worry about things like the vows when the dress and cake should be top of the list.
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