wedding ceremonies

Last Saturday I officiated the wedding of Stephen & Monique, a couple who are friends of Cody & Katie, a couple whose wedding
The groom's mom Kara recorded the powerful moment from the couple's wedding earlier this month, and uploaded it to Facebook
I had the honor of helping 30 couples celebrate their big day -- from barns to ballrooms, from the intimacy of just the couple to a wedding streamed live on Facebook. And I loved every celebration.
Couples and their guests often comment that their wedding has been the best they have ever attended. What makes the difference? Each ceremony is personalized for the couple. It is their day.
Expressing your love on paper may seem daunting, but it's easier than you'd think. Let us count the ways...
Even if you're nervous, smile anyway. Think about how lucky you are to be marrying your soul mate. Looking scared makes people wonder if you're confident about your decision -- and makes them second-guess why they came out to support you in the first place.
This couple met up earlier on their wedding day for their "First Look." And so they got "that" moment, in fact they were immersed in that OMG moment in a way they couldn't have been if the ceremony was happening.
The greatest gift parents can give their children and other wisdom from an officiant.
1. Think Outside the Floral-Bouquet Box When it comes to what you're going to carry when you walk down the aisle, now is
Some say that November 11, 2011 is lucky because of the repetition of numbers (11/11/11) while others refer to ancient calculating