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• Doesn’t read the entire ceremony at rehearsal; but focuses on the elements that involve movement, actions and people
• Makes sure the ceremony site is ready for your wedding (sand, candles or ritual ready to go)
• Can be heard by your guests and knows how to use a microphone and what to do if it doesn’t
• Dresses appropriately
• Arrives early to ensure everything is ready to go and works with your other vendors to create your vision
• Is flexible and personable
• Has fun!
• Helps you to de-stress and relax
• Has a great speaking voice
• Enjoys working with others
• Can provide you with lots and lots of options
• Takes control of the rehearsal and ceremony so you don’t have to
Weddings by Sandy will be at this event to help you understand what an officiant does and how we can help you create the wedding ceremony of your dreams!
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Here is a short list of questions I typically ask during a meeting with a couple. I think these are just some of the things your officiant might need to know to understand what you are looking for so they can create a meaningful, personalized and special wedding ceremony. It is best to be open, honest and allow your officiant to get to know you so that the process will be easier.
1. Tell me how you met.
2. Are you Religious, Spiritual or non-religious? What is your religious background? Is religion important to you?
3. Regarding religion; Is there anything you defiantly do or don’t want to include in the ceremony?
4. Describe your perfect officiant.
5. Speaking; are you comfortable speaking in public or do you want to keep it to a minimum?
6. Writing; do you want to write vows to one another? If you wish to write your vows but not read them to each other, you can repeat after the officiant.
7. Are you interested in any of the rituals that can go on during a wedding such as sand, rose’s exchange, wine sharing, candle lighting?
8. Are you planning to use a runner? Please note: these don’t work well on uneven surfaces such as grass or outside. Save your money and use rose petals instead…besides rose petals are prettier.
9. Are you including music? Such as a vocalist or music that will play while I am speaking. Please note: music and speaking don’t go well together, unless I use a microphone.
10. Is anyone doing a reading?
11. Describe your guests and your family. How many are planning to attend?
12. Have you worked out the processional? Will it include formal seating of parents and/or grandparents?
13. Describe your relationship – What do you think the key for you to live a long and happy life together will be?