We specialize in creating beautiful and memorable weddings with our customized ceremonies. Our officiant prices include travel, notarial services, and a beautiful personally-written ceremony.
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Available as traditional or non-traditional. Use prayers, readings, and Christian references to influence your ceremony.
We aren't Catholic, but we do have experience with Catholic wedding ceremonies, and are happy to incorporate as much or as little Catholic influence into your ceremony as you would like.
A wedding ceremony that does not incorporate faith traditions or follow a religious format, but instead focuses specifically on the couple, their love story, and the romantic act of committing their lives to each other.
A couple with different religious backgrounds blend their religious customs and traditions into one romantic moment, designed to meet each other in the middle in a romantic declaration of love.
Handfasting is a traditional practice that defines an unofficial marriage, a betrothal, or a temporary wedding.
A romantic, alternative celebration for couples who do not wish to legally marry or wish to take part in a public affirmation of the couple's commitment to each other.
Use any of these within your ceremony for an extra special touch. These services are always complimentary unless you'd like your officiant to provide the keepsake materials, such as sand, sand vessels, or candles.
The unity candle has been around for a long time and for good reason. It’s a beautiful symbolism of a bride and groom starting their own family. Traditionally, there are three candles, one is lit by the groom’s mother or family member, and the same for the bride, then to symbolize the start of a new family the bride and groom take their family candles and light the third unlit candle.
Much like the Unity candle ceremony, a "Sand Pouring" ceremony symbolizes the joining of their families, the merging of two individuals, the creation of a blended family. The bride and groom pour sand from their individual vessels into one vessel, where it can never again be separated.
A ring warming ceremony is a tradition that involves passing around the wedding bands to guests. Upon receiving the rings, guests “warm” them up with a prayer, good wishes, or positive vibes for the couple's future together.
Take part in communion to show that God is at the center of your marriage and fellowship together! This is something that can be reserved for the Bride and Groom, or you can have your wedding guests take part as well
Choose from our list of recommended scriptures, readings, and prayers, or use your own! Have something else in mind? Let us know. Writing custom pieces for your ceremony is what we do best.
"Ceremony Add-Ons" Are Always Complimentary - Small fees will apply if you request your officiant to provide keepsakes such as sand or candles.