Posted on June 18, 2017 | Author Cynthia Dumont
In a conversation with your officiant, you might be asked what you'd like the tone of your ceremony to be. Your JP wants your ceremony to reflect you as a couple -- your values, beliefs, passions, and style. How would your ceremony feel overall if it were to express the essence of both of you?
Posted on May 24, 2017 | Author Cynthia Dumont
“I like the idea of using the traditions that my mother and grandmother used in their weddings, but I also want to keep my ceremony fresh and a little unexpected.”
Each of the elements in your ceremony, readings, rituals, and vows for example, plays an important role i
Posted on April 17, 2017 | Author Cynthia Dumont
Recently, I officiated the wedding of a bride from New Hampshire and a groom from Paris. He spoke English with a charming French accent. But his family, flying over for the festivities, did not. The couple requested a bilingual ceremony, but I do not speak a word of French. What was
Posted on March 15, 2017 | Author Cynthia Dumont
Your wedding: imagine that magical moment when you say “I do” and your life changes forever. Who could be better than your best friend to join you in marriage?
Are you sure about that?
In recent years, some states have relaxed the rules for who can
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