WHAT IS A
I am non-denominational wedding minister, ordained by American Marriage Ministries, an IRS 501c3 Certified Church that empowers individuals to perform marriages. I chose this organization because I deeply respect and agree with it's three major tenents:
All people, regardless of race, gender, or
sexual orientation, have the right to marry.
It is the right of every couple to choose
who will solemnize their marriage.
All people have the right to solemnize marriage.
Personally, I was raised Roman Catholic but consider myself more of a spiritual person as an adult. In creating ceremonies, we'll include whatever level of spirituality suits you best.
What I'm mainly interested in is your story and helping you experience a wedding ceremony that puts you at the heart and center of the day!
We can incorporate your special traditions, honor specific family members and welcome speakers to make this moment perfect.
Your wedding officiant services include:
Unlimited phone calls, texts, emails and questions
Provide list of other available vendors, if needed
Basic recorded interview to capture your story,
(your choice of audio or video)
Custom ceremony script, created from your interview
Assist in choosing readings, if needed
Incorporate additional special element like a Sand Ceremony, Hand Fasting, Ring Blessing or invent your own!
Phone rehearsal one week before ceremony
Officiate your wedding ceremony
Sign and file marriage license with appropriate town clerk’s office
Send your recorded interview on your 1 year anniversary
Inquire about prices and options!
WHY WE RECORD YOUR STORY
Kathy Vass, ordained minister with
American Marriage Ministries
We believe in the importance of a good story to celebrate life's biggest occasions. But we also believe in being present in the moment. Your love story interview is recorded to allow us to be really focused on you and not distracted by a lot of hasty note-taking. Later, it serves as a helpful tool to craft the perfect ceremony script.
The first year of marriage can fly by so I feel this is a good time for couples to take a moment and look back on the words they shared with me before they got married. Consider it an anniversary gift you're giving to your future selves!