Hiring A Wedding Officiant For Your Ceremony

Posted on: 19 November 2021

Planning for your wedding day can be one of the more stressful logistical challenges that you can have to oversee. Not surprisingly, individuals will often devote much of their attention to the facility where they will hold their wedding ceremony. However, you should avoid overlooking the need to hire an officiant for the ceremony. Decide Whether There Are Particular Passages That You Want Read When you are hiring an officiant for your wedding ceremony, it is important to decide ahead of time whether there are any particular passages that are to be recited during the ceremony. [Read More]

4 Tips For Planning Your Wedding Ceremony

Posted on: 20 July 2021

When it comes to planning a wedding, many people focus on the reception and the party that follows the ceremony. However, there is more to a ceremony than just showing up. You need to invest time in planning your wedding ceremony as well. Tip #1: Find an Officiant First, you need to find an officiant. Long gone are the days where you have to get married by some religion's figurehead. You can hire a non-denominal officiant. [Read More]

Should The Wedding Date Or Venue Come First? 5 Steps To Decide

Posted on: 2 April 2021

The right wedding date and the right wedding venue can both make or break some couples' plans. But trying to satisfy them both can be frustrating, or even impossible for some. Which should you focus on? Here are a few steps to make a decision on your personal order of importance. 1. Discuss Special Dates Do you have a particular wedding date that you've been dreaming of? If so, why? How would it affect your plans if that day weren't available? [Read More]

Five Steps To Hold A Smooth, Useful Wedding Ceremony Rehearsal

Posted on: 21 January 2020

One key to a smooth wedding ceremony is a good rehearsal. But how can you ensure that your rehearsal is useful and successful? Here are five key ways. 1. Limit Attendance. The fewer unnecessary people at the rehearsal, the less distracted it will be. Ideally, the rehearsal itself should be limited to the wedding party, officiant, wedding planner, key helpers, and possibly spouses or partners of those involved. Ask everyone else to meet you at the rehearsal dinner venue instead. [Read More]