Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. The Wedding Ceremony I perform does not reference any particular religion or spiritual belief. If you select the Classic Ceremony, I can include elements from different religions, spiritual beliefs or cultural practices if requested.
I accept e-transfers or PayPal.
A deposit of $120 is required at the time of booking. The balance is due one week before the Wedding day.
Yes. The Classic Ceremony allows you the opportunity to customize and personalize your wedding vows. If needed, I can assist by providing materials that will help you write your vows.
Typically we would schedule a meeting at the time of booking your ceremony, or shortly thereafter. The weeks and months leading up to your wedding will be busy, so booking our meeting as early as possible is the best option. I prefer to meet all couples in person; ideally at my home whenever possible. If a face to face meeting is not possible, then we would meet via SKYPE or FaceTime.
Yes, a friend can perform a symbolic ceremony for you; however this ceremony is not legally binding and cannot be registered with the Province. In order to have a legal marriage, you need to have your wedding ceremony performed by a licensed Wedding Officiant. I can help you with this. It is important that all elements of the wedding ceremony, as prescribed by The Marriage Act, are conducted by the licensed Wedding Officiant. We can arrange a meeting prior to your Wedding day to conduct the Streamlined Legal ceremony; this ceremony only takes only a few minutes and will satisfy all requirements of the Marriage Act. You are then free to have your friend perform a public Symbolic ceremony on your wedding day.
Yes, I am happy to perform a wedding ceremony for any two people who wish to be married, and are legally entitled to do so.
Life happens, and unforeseen circumstances arise. I belong to a network of Licensed Wedding professionals and would work to secure a substitute Wedding Officiant on your behalf. All monies you had paid to me would be forwarded to the Substitute Officiant to cover their fees.