Wedding Ceremony Vows
Straight From the Heart


Wedding ceremony vows offer the opportunity to state the expression of love for your partner.

It can sound as if you are reading a love letter straight from your heart.

I am particularly well-suited to work with unique couples who want their personalities to shine through whether the wedding vows ceremonies are small and intimate, or grand and more formal.

Couples often ask for rituals that include sand and candles, among others.

Couples like this tell me they appreciate the level of service I provide for the very "heart and core" of their marriage day.

Wedding ceremony vows are the promises you swear to keep.

It is, afterall, a beautiful description of who you both are.

"Being able to stand before our parents, closest relatives and friends and be confident saying the words in our hearts was fabulous! Thank you for all your hard work and for uniting us in marriage!" Laura and Tony, Twin Maples, Summit, NJ

The unique couples I work with to create a custom script are the same ones who are willing to pay a little more for the peace of mind contracting with a noted officiant who comes with professional experience, public references, an inclusive approach, a kind and joyful spirit, and isn't stuffy!

Our work together is about celebrating and cherishing your unique and loving relationship.

The day you "plight your troth" you can say anything you wish that is fitting for your relationship.

Do you have a few lines from a favorite song? A sentence or two from family history? Don't be afraid to use them.

Express yourself in your pledge as you would like.

Here's a passage by Tom Robbins, Still Life With Woodpecker that can get you thinking about wedding ceremony vows.

“Who knows how to make love stay?

1. Tell love you are going to Junior's Deli on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn to pick up a cheesecake, and if loves stays, it can have half. It will stay.

2. Tell love you want a memento of it and obtain a lock of its hair. Burn the hair in a dime-store incense burner with yin/yang symbols on three sides. Face southwest. Talk fast over the burning hair in a convincingly exotic language. Remove the ashes of the burnt hair and use them to paint a moustache on your face. Find love. Tell it you are someone new. It will stay.

3. Wake love up in the middle of the night. Tell it the world is on fire. Dash to the bedroom window and tinkle out of it. Casually return to bed and assure love that everything is going to be all right. Fall asleep. Love will be there in the morning.”

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