You need a connection with your wedding officiant to truly express & celebrate your love in your wedding ceremony.
Give me a call, I would be delighted to talk with you. If you would like to meet in person or on SKYPE you will receive a FREE consultation so we can get to know each other and you can then decide if I'm the right fit for you. Many couples have no idea what type of ceremony they wish to have. I will help you figure this out so that by the time we are finished with your consultation, you will know what type of ceremony you wish to have. You will also be inspired by all the beautiful ceremonial options I will explain to you. Remember, it's your day and your ceremony should be about you and your beliefs in love, life, family and spirit.
Together we can create a ceremony script that will reflect your unique journey into marriage. As an independent, interfaith/non-denominational minister, I have the expertise of creating ceremonies that interweave numerous rituals and concepts. The end result will be a ceremony that is a perfect expression of you.
Ceremonies from the Heart
You’ll have an incredible interfaith wedding ceremony.
Your wedding ceremony is about you. We can interweave elements from any religion you choose. Interfaith refers to a spiritual philosophy that values fundamental beauty in all things and all beings. We’ll include these elements in a celebration of your love.
Your interdenominational wedding ceremony will be a success.
When James and Lilly decided to get married, his family intervened. As a Catholic Midwesterner, James’ family did not approve of Lilly’s Jewish upbringing. The couple came to me to help resolve their interdenominational marriage dilemma.
We found several ways to incorporate wedding rituals from both faiths. The couple chose texts from my extensive library. We altered and added customs unique to each religion. To this day, I recall the joy James felt when his family fully supported the ceremony for his sacred union to Lilly. They loved
You decide what faith you’re wedding ceremony celebrates.
Kathryn and Thinu came from two very different cultural backgrounds. As an Indian man, Thinu was raised Hindu: Kathryn is Christian. They chose two wedding ceremonies.
We began their day with a wedding ceremony in the true Hindu tradition. The bride wore an Indian sari, medallion, henna, bindi and jewelry. The second ceremony, for her family, focused on the Christian concepts of coming together in holy matrimony. Both families felt fulfilled by their union.