You have complete freedom of choice to create a unique wedding ceremony, using the words that are most meaningful for you and your family.
First of all, I wish you and your beloved congratulations! You have an exciting journey ahead, one of stress yes, but a journey of a deepening of your connection and commitment to each other.
As an Interfaith Minister I will create and craft a wedding ceremony which reflects your dreams and hopes...I will encourage you to co-create with me a meaningful and authentic and spiritual day.
There are many options and themes we can explore together; you may have a strong sense of one already...perhaps pulling on a few ideas. From hand fasting elements, candle ceremony's...unique as you both.
Whichever you choose, I will support and guide you when needed, by phone, person or e-mail.
With a Civil or Humanist ceremony, you cannot use any words or elements that could be defined as religious or spiritual.
A Religious Minister might only be willing to hold weddings for you in his/her church with a particular structure or content or only be willing to use church doctrine, formal prayers, or language such as God.
What's wonderful about our ceremonies is that there are no restrictions over the content. You have complete freedom of choice to create a unique wedding ceremony, using the words that are most meaningful for you and your family.