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Ceremony Options

You may choose to include one or more of the following options.

Remarriage Ceremony

Marrying each other as though it is for the first time- Although it is not! It is the ceremony you wish you were capable of having the first time.

Bi-Lingual Ceremony 

The wedding ceremony beautifully performed in both English and Spanish for family members and guests who may only understand one language. Those who travell to the United States from another country for your special day ought also be able to understand the most important or "heart" of your wedding ~ The Ceremony!

The Bilingual Ceremony

We offer a beautiful Bilingual Ceremony to accommodate the blending of two cultures. The Interpreter performs beside the Minister speaking the passages of the ceremony in Spanish. The translation is delivered with the same emotion and enthusiasm of your Minister who performs the ceremony in English.

Your wedding day is the most important day of your life and is just as important to your family members and guests who may only understand one language. The Interpreter fee is an additional $100 and ought to be included with your deposit when reserving your wedding day and time.

A Bilingual Ceremony insures that everyone will enjoy sharing the most significant part of your Wedding Day... your Ceremony!

Bi-Cultural Ceremonies

For couples that may have different backgrounds, come from different cultures, or are each of a different race. Many couples choose to honour and celebrate their ethnic heritages during their wedding ceremony.

Interfaith Ceremonies

Combines traditions from the different religions of the Bride and Groom in one ceremony without either having to convert to the other's religion. (Example: Baptist marrying Catholic, Christian marrying Jewish)

Personal Vows

Personal Vows written by the Bride and Groom are to be said or read by the couple themselves. Special readings are to be read by friends or family members of the Bride and Groom. The Minister will introduce each person at the time they are to speak.

Special Ceremony Request

The ceremony we perform is non-denominational and offers the Bride and Groom the opportunity to select special readings, scriptures, songs and add other distinctive touches. Couples may write their own vows that we will incorporate into the ceremony.

Special request such as couples wanting to write their own vows does not include rewriting the entire ceremony we perform. The Bride writes her vows as a Bride to the Groom and the Groom writes his vows to the Bride.

Personal Vows written by the Bride and Groom are to be said or read by the couple themselves. Special readings are to be read by friends or family members of the Bride and Groom. The Minister will cue the Bride and Groom when to say their personal vows as well as the others who will be performing during the ceremony.

We strongly discourage requests for the Minister's back be to the gallery of guests. The Minister speaks to everyone during the ceremony and should face the guests while performing the ceremony. The guests witness the Bride and Groom's response to the Minister.

 

 

 


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