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Frequently Asked Questions

Can we personalize our ceremony?

Yes – in fact, we insist on it! Your officiant will ask you questions and get to know you so they can draft a ceremony that reflects your personality, beliefs, and relationship. After the draft is complete, your officiant will email you a copy for you to edit if you wish to do so. We want your ceremony to be just right and are happy to work with you on the draft until it’s perfect.

Do you charge separate travel fees?

Travel fees are waived unless traveling more than 50 miles. However, if you have selected a venue that does not offer free parking, you are responsible for either validating or paying for your officiant’s parking. For destination weddings and weddings outside our service area, overnight accommodations may also be required in addition to additional fees. 

What if I have to change my start time or wedding date?

While we try to be as flexible as possible in accommodating changes, we cannot guarantee our availability for a date or time change. Please let us know as soon as possible if you plan to change your wedding date or time so we can try to find a solution for you.

Do you allow pictures during the ceremony?

Yes, of course! We have heard that some ministers can be touchy about when and how pictures are taken during the ceremony, but I am happy to work with your other vendors. Your photographer and videographer can shoot whenever and however, they would like.

Do you stay for the reception?

Each of our couples choose whether to invite their officiant and spouse/guest to the reception, it is certainly not required. If you would like to invite your officiant to the reception, please extend a formal invitation to them directly and they will let you know if it’s possible for them to stay.

We’re already legally married (but no one knows). Can you still perform a ceremony?

Yes, we do this for a lot of couples each year, especially military couples. It is illegal to perform a “fake wedding ceremony”, so we simply need to see a copy of your marriage license before the wedding. No one will know the difference, unless you choose to tell them!

We want to get married but don’t want to do a big wedding, or just go to the courthouse. What are our options?

We have several options available depending on where you would like to be married, from in-home ceremonies to outdoor elopements. Please contact us and let us know if you are interested in something simple, and we can help with a few ideas!

Do you perform same sex weddings?

Yes! We work with LGBTQ+ couples and are happy to marry any couple who wants to tie the knot. 

My fiance(e) and I come from two different religious backgrounds. Are you able to help us?

Absolutely! We can create a customized ceremony for you that blends your religious traditions while remaining true to both.

How do we book you?

Simply contact us to check our availability for your date. We’ll hold your wedding date for 48 hours while you have a chance to speak with the officiant and make a decision. To book your officiant, simply sign the digital contract and make a 50% deposit and you’re all set!
If you are interested in an elopement instead of a full wedding ceremony the process is slightly different. Since Elopements are a more simplified version of a traditional wedding ceremony and are typically booked on a shorter term, payment is due in full at the time of booking. 

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