Working Together

You have booked an Officiant to perform your wedding ceremony - now what? Here are some important things we recommend in order for you to have the best possible wedding day experience.

Communicate with your Officiant: Your Officiant will be happy to answer any questions you have as you prepare for your wedding day. They are here to help.

Consult your Officiant before making changes: If you decide to change the date, time or location of your ceremony, please contact your Officiant first to confirm availability. Because of other bookings your Officiant may not be able to accommodate your change.

Select your ceremony content: Remember to choose your wedding ceremony content at least 4 weeks before your wedding day. You may forward this using our online template or in the body of an email or in a word document.

Be Creative: The great thing about weddings today is that almost anything goes. We encourage you to create a ceremony that reflects your values, style and personality as a couple - not just common wedding traditions, or even the wishes of someone else. We have many great ideas. Feel free to ask for your Officiant's suggestions on how to make your day memorable and magical.

Set up a second meeting: Contact your Officiant to set up a second meeting to review your ceremony content, confirm the details for your ceremony, and provide your balance owing (if needed). This meeting can be done over the phone or in person and should be held 2 weeks before your wedding date.

Trust your Officiant's experience: Over the years we have accumulated much experience and expertise. We know the industry, the other wedding professionals, and how to guide you through the entire process. Ask for help with anything our experience.

Know that things happen: Sometimes situations happen that are beyond anyone's control. Be assured that in every circumstance, we will strive for excellence and do whatever we can to ensure that your wedding day experience with us will be extraordinary.

We marry a lot of couples: We marry many couples every year. When you contact us always give your full name, wedding date, time, and location. This will allow us to serve you quickly and efficiently.

Wedding day expectations: Your Officiant will plan to arrive 20-30 minutes before your ceremony. Upon arrival, your Officiant will connect with the groom and groomsmen, make sure the license and rings are in place, and speak with the other wedding professionals (musicians, photographer, etc.). If there is no wedding coordinator we will take on that responsibility. We will coordinate the details of the processional and confidently conduct the ceremony. Be assured, you are in good hands.

We are looking forward to working together with you.