Wedding Readings Your Way

Are you avoiding having wedding readings? When you think of readings for your ceremony, do you stop at “we don’t think we want readings, because we don’t want anything religious” or are you just tired of the same readings you’ve heard at all of your friends weddings? Did you know that readings actually can be anything […]

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How Wedding Readings Ruled in Megan and Johnnie’s Story-Filled Wedding

One of my favorite weddings from 2013 was Megan and Johnnie’s ceremony at the Sheraton Eatontown Hotel in Eatontown, New Jersey. Ceremony Details Words of Welcome Remembrance Greeting Johnnie’s parents over Skype Megan and Johnny’s Love Story (Part 1) Reading: A Lovely Love Story by Edward Monkton (Read by Linda) Love Story (Part 2) Celebrant Reading: I […]

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Celebrating Marriage Equality

I am thrilled whenever I read that yet another state has marriage equality. When I started my practice in 2006, I called it Inclusive Ceremonies as a clear signal that I wanted to serve all couples and it has been my privilege to serve the LGBTQ community, first through civil unions and then, finally, in legal […]

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Happy Mother’s Day!

There are lots of different types of moms in the world. Some are a constant presence in our lives. Some are a memory. Some hold their children for only a fleeting moment, but remain mother’s thereafter. Some open their hearts to children born of other mothers. Some are not known as mothers but mother those […]

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How certified Life-Cycle Celebrants are redefining wedding ceremonies

Having a certified Life-Cycle Celebrant® conduct your marriage ceremony can make a lasting impression on your life together, your family, and your guests. You may wonder, “What is a Life-Cycle Celebrant and why should I consider using one?” What’s the difference between a certified Life-Cycle Celebrant and other officiants? First, let me talk about celebrants. […]

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