- We want to talk to you about our ceremony, what do we do?
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and send me an email stating that you are interested in meeting for a consultation. PLEASE include your contact information in the body of your email. I will contact you shortly thereafter.
Because each ceremony is unique, and details vary, my fee will be based on the wedding ceremony services you choose to make use of. Once we discuss your ceremony, the services I can provide, and decide how you want to proceed, I will supply you with a complete package price.
- What are your qualifications?
I am an ordained minister in the Universal Ministries. I am recognized in all 50 states as a legal wedding officiant.
- What do you wear during a ceremony?
My attire is formal and appropriate for my role. I am there to help you make the ceremony what you want it to be, and that includes dressing the part.
- How long is the ceremony?
This is entirely up to you. Some variables include the size of the bridal party (and hence the processional), the number of readings, and other things you include in the ceremony. The average length is 20-30 minutes.
- How far will you travel to perform ceremonies?
I will travel within a 100 mile radius to perform ceremonies. Depending on the total mileage to your ceremony site, there may be a fee for travel included above and beyond my package price.
- Do you perform other services?
I perform Renewal of Vows and Commitment Ceremonies as well as Wedding Ceremonies. I also preside at Memorial/Funeral Services as well as Baptisms.
- Will you attend our Rehearsal Dinner/Reception?
While I appreciate being invited to these festivities, my schedule quite often prohibits me from attending, and I do not take offense if I am not invited. In days gone by, the “family minister” was included not only as the officiant, but as a family friend/guest. Things have changed, and there are no hard and fast rules surrounding this issue.