Officiant role:Justice Of The Peace
As a writer and event planner I bring understanding and insight to your ceremony and add sincerity and humor to your memorable day. It would be my privilege to perform your service, large or small.
I’ve spent 25 years as an event planner and writer and five years as a Justice of the Peace. I bring a wealth of understanding and insight into relationships. My credentials also include many years of marriage and 18 years of motherhood.
I believe that choosing that person to officiate at this very personal moment is more important than the invitations you select, the food you serve or the music you choose.
Spending your time to sum up in a conversation the details of your romance, the hopes and dreams you share is indeed very personal business. Just like the chemistry in finding your life partner, finding the right person to officiate is of special consideration.
For me, the right combination of seriousness, humor and understanding makes the partnership comfortable and exciting, and the ceremony enjoyable and memorable.
If it feels right, everything flows from there. After meeting with you, I write your ceremony and help you choose the words for your vows. And whether a large or intimate wedding, I can assist you in navigating the process.
For more details about how I work, tips for planning your wedding, and frequently asked questions, please Contact me and visit my website. Please be in touch and let’s explore the possibilities.
The cost for my services is dependent on the specific services requested e.g. a pre-ceremony interview, attendance at the rehearsal, assistance in writing your vows, additional meetings, selecting your venue or to simply officiate at your ceremony.
I have many ceremonies to choose from. If you are feeling creative, it can be gratifying to write your own. I like to combine sincerity, integrity and humor in my ceremonies. I can also assist with the writing of it.
There are many ways to add a special touch to your ceremony including sand ceremonies, unity candle ceremonies and wine box ceremonies. A way to add uniqueness to your ceremony, a sand or unity candle ceremony represents the blending of two different beings into a single, inseparable unit.
A wine box ceremony creates a timeless keepsake where you lock away love letters to each other sharing hopes and dreams for the future to be opened on your 10th anniversary.
To learn more, fill out Contact JP form and visit my website.
FAVORITE VENUES IN FARFIELD COUNTY
- Traditional Weddings
- Vow Renewals
- Civil Unions
- Same Sex Marriages
- Commitment Ceremonies
There are so many wonderful places to get married in Fairfield County, Connecticut. These are some of my favorites :
- The Inn at Longshore, Westport, http://www.innatlongshore.com
- The Stamford Arboretum, Stamford, http://www.bartlettarboretum.org
- Weston Town Hall, Weston
- The Beaches, Westport, Fairfield, Norwalk
- Tashua Knolls, Trumbull, http://www.tashuaknolls.com