Creating a ceremony should be writing about you as a couple, not about pleasing your family and friends. But...what if I told you that you can accomplish both and quiet easily? (trust me, you can and I will)
I hear from couples often that their families are religious but they are not or that their families would like them to include a unity candle but they would prefer a tree planting. Often times couples don't realize that their wedding ceremony is about them, it is about who they are as a couple. I want your guests to witness your joining as a couple as a celebration of who you are, not what you think your families want.
But...trust me when I tell you we will draft a ceremony that will be loved by both your guests and your family but will still be a reflection of who you are and what you want.
We will draft a ceremony that will leave your guests and family in awe and hopefully they will be talking about it at your reception. They will tell you how they loved that it was "about you" and that they loved hearing about your first date. They wont tell you that they really wished you would of done a unity candle or read a poem they liked - they will have forgotten all about that simply because they will be reminded that you two are so in love and that you two belong with each other.
Words are powerful and when drafted properly your ceremony has the power to please everyone, simply by putting yourselves first.