This is such an important day in your life. As you contemplate all the busy-ness of booking locations, caterers, floral arrangements, photographers, etc., think about what this day says about who you are as a couple and what you want to communicate to your family and friends. At the core of it all, is a love that you will want to share simply and honestly to the people closest to you. A ceremony that is personal and meaningful to you and your guests will be remembered long after the flowers have died and the champagne has been consumed.
How can we make your wedding ceremony a reflection of who you are as individuals and as a couple? What are the traditions and beliefs you want reflected in your ceremony? You may have poetry, music or other creative pieces that you wish to bring into the ceremony. My resources offer multiple options of all parts of the ceremony including many samples of vows, poetry and wisdom readings. Simple, pre-prepared services are also available
Reverend Barbara Gilday, Bellingham — Children can be charming at the wedding - they can steal the show or become challenges. We practice at rehearsal (and sometimes the parents practice several times before) and then go with the flow the day of the ceremony. Be prepared to adapt to accommodate the child rather than be upset that things aren't exactly as planned.
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|"Wedding Officiant", An Eventective User from Bellingham, Washington|
|Thank you very very much! I was extremely pleased with how things went. Everything was very smooth and you're right! Time flies on your wedding! |
A coworker of mine who came to the ceremony told me today they really liked how professional and prepared you were. As did we! (they had gone to a wedding 2 weekends ago and apparently it was night and day in comparison) We could not have done it without you!
As my friends start tying the knot and having babies I'll make sure to mention you. You were a life saver and please do stay in touch.
Niki and Erik