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It's Your Love Story

You've customized everything about your wedding from the colors and the florals to the music and the dessert. Why should your ceremony be cookie cutter and traditional? F*ck normal! let’s blend beer, tie a knot, paint a canvas or plant a tree, throw back a shot of your favorite whiskey and shout “PROST”!!! Yours is a love story for the ages and it deserves to be told!

 

That's why I write and deliver 100% custom ceremony scripts. 100% of the time.

Because that's defying normalcy & celebrating your story!

How do we get to 100%

By getting to know one another! My #1 goal is that when you walk down that aisle, you will see the love of your life and right beside him/her a friend. Someone you trust. Someone who knows (just a little bit) and values ( a whole lot) the power of this moment for the two of you.

My process involves four meetings, via video chat or in person during which we get to know each other. They are specially tailored to get to know all the special things about you and your sweetheart from your inside jokes to favorite foods to cook together and shows to binge. 

I always structure our meetings to be welcoming, like a conversation not an interview. And while I do ask some deeper level questions from time to time, my goal is not to counsel or criticize you or your love story. You love each other and you want to be together and you don't need anyone else to tell you when, how and where is the right time to make that decision. I genuinely love to get to know my couples and have, on more than one occasion, come out the other side with a true friendship. 

Some Sample Questions:

How & when did you meet?

Tell me about your first date?

Tell me about your favorite adventure together?

Who popped the question? Tell me the proposal story :)

Describe your fiancé to me :)

What is the most romantic thing he/she has done for you?

What’s something uniquely quirky about you two?

Whats something special about you two that you think most people don’t know?

What are three words you would use to describe your relationship?

What is something you would like to learn from your partner?

What is something you have learned about yourself through your relationship?

What is a challenge you overcame together?

What is your motto?
(It can be very helpful to discuss this sort of thing. I know it seems strange, but even in times of struggle, you can always come back to a shared agreement, a simple sentence. Something you have in common.)

What are you looking forward to most about your wedding?

What is something you must have in your wedding ceremony?

How do you want your wedding day to feel?