I have been an ordained minister since 2004, but I would describe myself as "not that kind of minister" you know, the stodgy, stuffy, preachy kind of minister. I have officiated weddings in barrooms, on the beach at sunset, on the side of a hill in New Hampshire dressed in 18th-century minister's clothing complete with tricorn hat, and I have officiated weddings in some of the most beautiful places you can imagine.
Something that sets me apart from other officiants is the time I spend getting to know the couples that I will be working with. I want to get to know you and to hear your love story as it has unfolded thus far in your lives whether you have been together since high school or if you have only known each other for a short period.
Your wedding day begins with the ceremony, that moment when the two become one is very sacred, not just in the spiritual or religious sense of the meaning, but as an intimate moment shared between two people and I want to make sure I capture that moment and its significance in the service I create for your special day. Your wedding is not just a legal contract but a covenant between two people to love and cherish each other for the rest of their days and that moment should be unique.
My philosophy is simple; I want to provide you with a warm and dignified wedding ceremony that you will remember long after the champagne and music has ended. After all, the ceremony is the wedding everything else is the reception.