Make your special day
You wouldn't buy dandelions instead of roses. Or serve any old cake. You will wear a special dress, send invitations that impress and hire a professional DJ. Don't shortchange yourself when it comes to what matters most — the words, your vows ... the reason you are doing it all in the first place!
You've pictured your wedding for years: the colors, the location, the food -- the dress! But the words that make it up may be a different matter. For people who aren't comfortable with writing, it can be a daunting process. That's where I come in.
Here's how it will work:
1. We will meet for an hour or so at a coffee shop or wine bar to see if we are a match and to discuss details.
2. I will give you fun questionnaires to fill out so I can learn more about you, how you met and your love for each other.
3. We will explore rituals and readings you may want to include, the role of family and friends, whether or not you want to write your own vows (I can help with either) and other elements that will make your ceremony truly unique. You may come with your own ideas, and I have a treasure trove of resources to share.
4. I will write and revise your ceremony until you are absolutely comfortable and happy with it. This is YOUR day!
5. I will be at the rehearsal and work with your planner, venue contact, photographer and DJ to make sure all goes smoothly.
6. Unlike religious officials, I have no preconceived notions about what must be included in your ceremony. Unlike Officiants who may charge less, I will write a ceremony based on your unique love story and not use a generic script that can be found online.
My Ideal Clients Are ...
Young couples just starting out in life
More mature couples renewing their vows or marrying for a second time
Divorced or LGBT couples who cannot find a priest or rabbi to marry them
Practitioners of a certain faith — or no faith at all
Couples who want to collaborate to create the best possible ceremony
Those who understand and respect the value in what I have to offer
People who will become friends for life!
"I think a lot of people get so obsessed with the wedding and the expense of the wedding that they miss out on what the real purpose is. It's not about a production number, it's about a meaningful moment between two people that's witnessed by people that they actually really know and care about."
— Jane Seymour