Traditional WeddingAnticipating your needs with traditional services whether you want a religious or civil ceremony. These include readings, scripture, music all of your choosing. There is no limit to size of the wedding party or number of guests.
- free 1st consultation (to make sure we are a good fit for each other)
- 1-2 consultations for planning
- rehearsal (1/2 hr)
- a unique and personalized ceremony
- resources for vows, ring exchange and rituals
- email support for questions
Are people allowed to take pictures during the service?
Pictures and videos are welcome, however the use of flashes is strongly discouraged, as it can alter the quality of pictures taken by professional photographers and can be distracting to you. I will make myself available for a short while after the service should you want to include me in any pictures.
What do I require to be married in Ontario?
To be married in Ontario you must be 18 years of age. You require a marriage license and must have two witnesses over the age of 18 witness your marriage.
A marriage license can be purchased at the clerks office in city hall, and is good for 90 days. There is no waiting period in Ontario to be married. i.e. you can be married the same day as you purchase your license.
When should I book my Officiant?
As soon as you book your venue you should then book your Officiant. Summer months are busier than others, one year in advance is not too early to book. Off season weddings November-April do not require booking so far in advance. A good rule of thumb is: As soon as you know the date of your wedding book your Officiant.
Will you incorporate elements from another culture or religion?
Yes. I find the wedding customs and traditions of other cultures and religions fascinating, and would be happy to learn about, and incorporate appropriate elements into your wedding ceremony. Please feel free to discuss this with me.