Nick and Shanan, Bali 2013
A wedding ceremony is made up of a series of rituals that express the story, meaning and celebration of your union as a couple. These rituals can range from old world traditions to new age values. My role as your officiant is to create a ceremony that speaks to the heart and spirit of your union while in the presence of your loved ones.
My ceremonies, whether large or intimate, are a sacred container for you, the couple, to truly steep in and enjoy the beauty of this incredible once in a lifetime moment. While I work alongside you to create the language and experience that reflects the nuances of your love and the vibration of your celebration it is in the holding of the sacred container where you are able to sit back and enjoy the rushing wild ride of your loving union!
Jinnifer and Adam Brooklyn NY, 2015
Having taught yoga and meditation for nearly 15 years allows me to effortlessly create an experience where everyone in the room feels connected and united with the bride and groom. Friends and family are being called to witness this divine right and in doing so should not only feel that they are watching but that they are experiencing this moment right along side you!
Emily and Eric Long Island NY, 2012
My services as an officiant include:
Free consultation to discuss the vision of your wedding and to ensure that we are the right fit.
Ceremony creation and script writing. A great option if you want a close friend to marry you and still want a fabulous written ceremony!
Elopement. There are many reasons to go this route. It is and can be carried out in a sacred manner.
Wedding Creation and Officiation. We create your special ceremony together until every word and action is exactly how you dreamed it would be. This includes a free consultation, a prescript in person reading, rehearsal with your wedding party, and the final show!
Destination Weddings. One of my favorite! You cover the cost of my transportation, room, board and professional fee. Further research will determine whether paperwork can be processes at the specific location.
Pre Wedding Yoga and Meditation. Take it from a professional, it can be a life saver to take 15 minutes prior to getting dressed with you and yours to seize in a little calm before the big moment. Some couples even felt like THIS was the main event because it was o deeply personal. This can happen together or separately as well as amongst the wedding party and especially can be woven in at destinations for a retreat like feel.
Andrea and Josh McGorlick Park Brooklyn NY 2012
“A champagne toast is a blessing wrapped in bubbles!”
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