When it comes to working with an officiant, it's
crucial that both you and the officiant have a clear understanding
of what you want to take place before, during, and after your wedding.
probably have alot of the details of your ceremony and reception
already planned out, at least in your heads! However, to make sure
some important element doesn't get forgotten, and so that your ceremony
is everything you want it to be, communication between you and your
officiant is best written down so that no detail falls through the
cracks and everybody's
on the same page!
With that in mind, I have developed
several ceremony planning worksheets for the various ceremonies I
perform. It would be helpful if you were to fill out the one that's
appropriate for your ceremony, and have it available at our first
meeting. Don't worry if it's not complete — you may not have
made all of the decisions yet. Our initial discussion may actually
help you nail down some of the details that you're still working
Wedding Ceremony Planning Worksheet (This
can also be used to plan a Vow Renewal ceremony.)
Civil Union Ceremony Planning
Also, a few words about outdoor
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