A consultation in person, virtual, or over the phone is always complimentary. It is an opportunity for you and your wedding officiant to get to know each other and discuss our services and your wedding plans. Whether your plans are traditional, short and simple, or something in-between, we will deliver a beautiful ceremony that will be a cherished memory for you both.
- Personalizsed Wedding Ceremony
- Kiss and Go / Elopement
- Simple Ceremony
- Wedding Vow Renewals
- Wedding Officiant Coaching
*Additional fees to attend Rehearsal and Travel
As experienced wedding planning professionals we can help make your "Special Day'" memorable.
Planning to have a family member or best friend officiate your wedding ceremony and not sure what to do? Our Wedding Officiant Coaching service will guide you through the following concerns you should have for a memorable ceremony without a 'hitch'.
- Is he/she reliable?
- Shy or nervous speaking in public?
- How to write the ceremony?
- Special ceremony inclusions?
- Will the ceremony be memorable?
- Will something important be missed?
- Obtaining the one day certificate to marry?
- The marriage license process?
Having a family member or 'bestie' officiate your wedding ceremony, the most Special and memorable day of your life? Our Wedding Officiant Coaching service will guide you to having the 'perfect' ceremony and be sure all is done without a 'hitch'.
Applying for the Marriage License
All persons proposing to be joined in marriage must first obtain a marriage license. Marriage license applications may be applied for at any town or city clerks’ office in the state. For more information on how to obtain a Marriage license in your state select from the following:
Wedding Officiants are experts in crafting a beautiful, personal ceremony for you and your partne. And yup, that does cost money. Especially if you’re having a short ceremony from a time perspective, you might be wondering why officiants cost what they do. Well, turns out that there’s a lot more that goes into officiating a wedding than just showing up on the day of and officiating—seriously, a lot.
No worries, your Wedding Officiant will help with your vows. When you meet, he/she will offer many suggestions and ideas on where to begin. You may choose a traditional vow or write your own. This is where your Wedding Officiant shines with offering many suggestions to make this your own personal message to each other.
A big concern for new brides. Although your name is on your marriage license this does not mean your name is changed on other documents i.e. Social Security, Drivers License etc.
If this is not the first time you are walking down the aisle here are all the loose ends you will need to tie up before obtaining a new marriage license. There are legal documents you must bring with you when going for your marriage license.