Don’t see the legal answer you are looking for? Check out some of the more specific questions I have been asked.
By the time your wedding day arrives, I will know you pretty well. We use a dynamic hands-on process and work together to create a ceremony that’s you, you, you.
For more details on How I work, read (surprise!) How I work.
How much space do you have?
The further ahead you can book, the better! Because I spend a lot of time on each ceremony, the number of ceremonies I can write/perform annually is…well…limited. Summer 2015 is full, and I am meeting couples now for prime Saturdays for 2016. Best to send me an e-mail to check for availability. I’ll get back to you promptly.
How long do your ceremonies take?
Well, a dry ceremony lasting 5 minutes can feel like forever while an engaging ceremony lasting 30+ minutes can slip by in a heartbeat (without people looking at their iPhones..:)
If you are on this site, you are more likely looking for an experience that is joyful, profound, and engaging. Check and see if you are a fit for this type of ceremony.
If you are the shy type, never fear…there are many ways to experience one of the most momentous events of your life comfortably.
Do you do ceremonies in Tofino and Ucluelet?
Yes, I do! I do have to add on a modest travel charge (within a 2 hour radius of Nanaimo is included in my fee). And if you want a rehearsal, I’ll need to stay overnite. But yes, let’s talk.
Do you travel elsewhere to perform ceremonies?
Yes I do! I have a valid passport and a nice set of luggage to prove it…!
Should we have a rehearsal?
Rehearsals have become assumed necessities in the bridal world. In some cases they are…in others, IMHO, you could spend your money more wisely elsewhere. Whether you actually need one or not….well, click here to read more.
How many ceremonies do you perform in a day?
If you’ve done any public speaking or acting, you’ll know that they require a lot more energy than simple reading.
For most of my ceremonies, I am also the ceremony manager. This means making sure that everything is in place and that everyone is breathing through their nasal passages. 🙂
I’d rather focus on quality than quantity. Most days I perform only one ceremony. Never more than 2.
Do you have a burning question I haven’t answered? Please contact me.
Modern Minister, Celebrant and Wedding Officiant, Vancouver Island. Including Victoria, Duncan, Nanaimo, Parksville, Courtenay, Comox Valley, and Campbell River.