Do the words and symbolism you use in your wedding ceremony really mean something serious to you, your family and your guests? Make sure the officiant you choose (minister, priest, justice of the peace, notary) understands you and will respect your wishes. After all, it is your day and it should be done your way. Engage an officiant who will make your ceremony personally meaningful and memorable. ~ Welcome to our blog, where you can learn about how we write wedding ceremonies.
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Monthly Archives: February 2011
When planning your wedding, you will encounter more details, deadlines and deposits than you probably ever have. You may have budget restrictions, a strong desire to apply your own skills in many aspects of your wedding, such as decorations, invitations, … Continue reading
Your day, your way! When you choose an officiant as carefully as you choose your gown, you will certainly be off to a great start.
So, you’re getting married. Congratulations! Whether this is your first or fourth marriage, you have many things and costs to consider: venue, gowns and tuxes, flowers, rings, your religious views, the religious views of your families and perhaps the requirements … Continue reading