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And Other Rites of Passage
Ceremony Editing – Following your planning meeting, your officiant will sent you a draft of your ceremony with possible choices for various parts of the service. You can revise your draft ceremony as much as you’d like until it is the exact wedding ceremony you want, and then simply email your edited draft back to your officiant. We want it to feel perfect – if you need additional suggestions or guidance, we are happy to help at no additional charge.
The Ceremony! – Your officiant will arrive at your wedding early to help coordinate with your attendants, photographer and musicians. We are more than happy to work with other wedding professionals, and are perfectly comfortable with photographers taking pictures during the ceremony. Your officiant will deliver the exact ceremony you’ve discussed, and create a wonderful experience for you and your guests.
The Marriage License – Although it’s your responsibility to get the marriage license before the wedding, your officiant will take care of signing it afterward and filing it with the proper office.
Initial Consultation – We want you to feel totally comfortable booking our services, which is why we offer a free, no-obligation consultation with your officiant before you ever sign a contract. We typically conduct these initial consultations via Skype, FaceTime, or phone, but if you would prefer to meet the officiant in person you can certainly do so. You will have plenty of time to speak with them and make a decision before you need to sign a contract.
Planning Meeting – Once you’ve signed your contract and paid the 50% deposit, your officiant will be in touch to schedule a planning meeting. This meeting normally happens in person, but it can also be done via video or phone call as well. Your officiant will ask you questions about what you feel is important to include in your ceremony and get to know the two of you and learn about your relationship. This information will help your officiant write your ceremony to make sure it reflects your beliefs and personalities.