It's the question I get asked most...Do I have to have religion in the ceremony?
No, the short answer is no, you don't have to have religion in your ceremony. In fact, it's the reason I began this career path as a wedding Officiant.
Many couples today are mixed faith or more spiritual than religious or have developed their own personal relationship with faith that they don't necessarily want it to be the center of their wedding ceremony.
I aim to write a wedding ceremony that is personal to your relationship, a wedding ceremony that speaks about your love and draws attention to how you got to be standing in front of each other...getting married!
I will work with you to talk about all the options for your wedding ceremony and to help you determine the voice of your ceremony and the tone we should take, be it light hearted with a few laughs, romantic and swoon worthy or short and sweet.
The simple fact is, it is your wedding day and I want you to be the focus, I want your guests to leave the ceremony knowing that your relationship is the most important thing and that your love is the focus of the day.
Eloping in the winter can be just as easy as choosing a free park in the summer.
For a small fee you can rent a room at the Fenton Community Center, it's located in the heart of downtown Fenton. After our intimate elopement ceremony you could walk or take a short car ride to one of the many surrounding restaurants to celebrate with a great meal or just a cocktail!
Check out this featured location here Fenton Community Center: Located in the heart of downtown Fenton the community center offers A great selection of rooms for rent at the right price! It's a wonderful solution to the winter cold weather and questionable rain or snow.