Marriage

I would like to have engraved inside every wedding band: Be kind to one another. This is the Golden Rule of committed relationships and the secret of making love last through the years. – Randolph Ray

Congratulations on Your Upcoming Wedding!

You’ve found the love of your life and are about to embark on an incredible, lifelong adventure. The Ceremony is the heart and soul of your wedding day. Let’s make it one of great joy and celebration, truly reflecting the two of you!

Your wedding day is one of the most personal and cherished days of your life. And your ceremony itself should be just as personal. Every aspect of it, from readings to symbolism to music, can be a reflection of you, your beloved, and the relationship you uniquely share.

The role of the Celebrant or Officiant is to assist, advise, and coach you in the preparation and delivery of the ceremony.  A well designed ceremony has a clear structure. If flows smoothly, maintains everyone’s interest and remains personal and intimate. Working together, we create a unique, sensitive and beautiful ceremony that celebrates the two of you and your love.

Possible rituals you may like to include:

  • candle lighting

  • hand fasting

  • sharing of wine or sake

  • breaking the glass

  • tibetan bells

  • tea ceremony

  • planting of aspen saplings

  • river stones bowl of wishes

  • opening and closing quarters

  • smudging

  • robe wrapping

  • reaffirming vows of guests

  • remembrance of loved ones

  • jumping the broom

  • and many more . . .

Marriage Ceremonies include the following services:

• Complimentary Consultation

• Choice of pre-scripted ceremonies or,

• Customized ceremony (not just personalized vows)

• Serve as Officiant/Celebrant at your ceremony

• Ceremony, Readings & Ritual Ideas

• Signing and delivery of your Marriage License

• Keepsake copy of your ceremony

How to apply for a Marriage license

Let’s connect, get to know one another, explore ceremony ideas and see if we’re a ‘good fit!’

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