Fees

Current Fees for Wedding Services:

$300 – Renewal of Vows

$800 – Officiate a Personalized Ceremony and Conduct Rehearsal

Starting at $1200 – Destination weddings (requiring travel of more than a few hours drive)  Holiday weddings (Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s).

$400 – Prepare Enrich Marriage Preparation Program and Pastoral Counseling

*All fees include a $50 non-refundable deposit required to book me and reserve the date of your wedding.

Pay with Credit Card Using PayPal
Pay with Credit Card Using PayPal

My fees are based on my professional training, my professional experience, my time, travel costs, and demand for my wedding ministry.  When you hire me as your wedding officiant you are investing in more than just someone to officiate your ceremony, you are paying for:

  • My wedding planning resources and my attention to every detail of your personalized ceremony.
  • My pastoral presence and counsel from the day you book me to the time I submit your marriage license. This includes my availability via text, phone, and video chat for any questions, concerns or other conversation.
  • My professional coordination of the ceremony with all other people and vendors involved, such as a wedding planner or venue host, musicians and singers or DJs, Photographers and Videographers.
  • My conducting the ceremony (and the rehearsal).

Before I accept a deposit and book your wedding, I require a signed and dated “Letter of Agreement,” which I will send to you when you are ready to book your wedding.

 

 

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