Ceremonies That Give
Your Love a Voice

Whatever wedding style you imagine from elegantly traditional to utterly unique and unconventional, let’s set the tone for your marriage, and make your wedding celebration meaningful and memorable.

Highlight your love with a half-dozen exquisite prewritten ceremonies that we can change to suit you; with your unique relationship stories woven in to celebrate who you are as a couple. This fully engages your family and friends in your wedding ceremony. 

Or let me create a custom ceremony with every word written just for the two of you. This can reflect your special theme, beliefs, and vows from your heart.

Past Custom Ceremony Samples

Highlights from a Destination Wedding

“Taylor & Kris share a deep love and appreciation for the outdoors. They are adventurers that have come together to experience one of the most intimate adventures of all, that of marriage.

This union is blessed already with a strong foundation of kindness, compassion, care and trust. They have supported each other through the most stressful times and already have built a bond through the sharing of over a decade together.

See the juniper trees that grow on this point of land? The elements of rain, snow, wind, and blistering sun & freezing temperatures assault these trees, and yet their roots are deep so that some stand here for hundreds of years in this rugged landscape.

Kris & Taylor’s relationship has deep roots. They have weathered the distance of miles in the beginning of their relationship that could have kept them apart. They have stood together through years of challenges and hard work, playful adventures, love & laughter.”
Highlights from a Personalized Ceremony

“Tim & Kira have a history that goes back to childhood. They met in middle school and became friends easily. Although their lives took each of them down different paths, they remained connected as friends throughout the years. They supported each other through hard times, celebrated together during good times, and visited each other’s families on occasion.

It wasn’t until reaching adulthood, and each of them experiencing their own trials in life, that their paths veered from friendship and they crashed headlong into love. It is one of the most natural things for them to be together.

They both believe that their love is special, how it came to be, the foundation and the ease of love felt for each other. Their love is built on friendship, respect, laughter, support, encouragement and family. And this doesn’t mean they don’t have challenges that other couples do. What gives their relationship this special status is how they hold each other as precious. The unique qualities each brings to the table is valued by the other. They are the rare partnership that works as a team, which creates a deep sense of belonging together.”
Highlights from a “Love Story Ceremony”

“Reese and Chris’ love story began in the mountains of Utah and grew in the deserts of Arizona. They both have had the rare opportunity to experience the other’s home state and see first hand the surroundings and loved ones that shaped them as individuals.

In his late 20s, Utah was Chris’ first experience living away from home, and as their relationship began to blossom, Reese’s family and friends became his… and she was his support.

When Chris ended up back in Arizona, Reese was courageous enough to pull up roots and join him there. At 30, Arizona was her first experience living away from home, and as their relationship matured and grew, his family and friends became her family and friends… and Chris was her support. Reese said, ‘This is something we will always deeply cherish about our relationship. We are grateful for the growth we both experienced as individuals and as a couple during these significant times in our lives. It’s not easy moving to a new place, being away from your family and friends, and feeling alone… but we had each other and we each got to see the other go through the challenges and rewards of the experience while all at the same time developing a strong bond with one another’.”