Wedding vows serve as a pledge between the bride and groom. I believe that your wedding ceremony shouldn't be a cookie-cutter type ceremony.With my experience and resources, I can help personalize your ceremony to become a genuine moment that marks the beginning of your new journey as a married couple.
During our initial meeting, I explain the significance and meaning behind the various elements and traditions, answer lots of questions and ask some of my own. Other than legal requirements, how the ceremony plays out is up to you as it is your special day.
Take a look at what types of ceremony add-ons I've performed in the past and can include in your ceremony if you wish.
If you have a question, feel free to contact me!
In my opinion, a wedding ceremony should fit the couple. I'm happy to facilitate what you would like in your wedding ceremony. With a wealth of knowledge and resources available, I can assist with helping you create a unique wedding ceremony that reflects your and your soon-to-be spouse.
Want to include something beyond the vow exchange? Unity ceremonies are a great way to symbolize the bringing together of two individuals into one partnership. From using simple items like sand or salt toClick here to read more.
For some couples, marriage means bringing children into a new journey as well. These types of marriages can incorporate special words that symbolize a new family blended together through marriage.
One way to highlight this momentous occasion is by having the child(ren) say their own vows after the ring exchange. From simple worded vows shared by the parents if the child(ren) is too young to participatory, promises of love, nurture and support can make the child(ren) feel as an importantClick here to read more.
Brien and I were very pleased with how personal you were with us. The ceremony was absolutely perfect and I couldn't have been as happy with anyone else marrying us! No complaints here at all, keep up the good work! Thanks again!― Brien and Sierra in Phoenix, AZ