PRIDE MONTH

How do I feel about same sex marriages? HAPPY PRIDE! LOVE IS LOVE! EQUALITY FOR ALL! This is how I feel! I know this is a sensitive subject for many people.  Being in the wedding industry for about 2 years, I realize this high level of sensitivity.  Same-sex marriages have been legally recognized by myContinue reading “PRIDE MONTH”

The Year 2020: Virtual Weddings

As we’ve recently endured (and are still witnessing) the events of 2020, that will undoubtedly go down in history, where does that leave wedding ceremonies?  We have all heard the phrase “BLANK is canceled” and to some, that may have meant the wedding of their dreams.  Some couples had to cancel and some rescheduled forContinue reading “The Year 2020: Virtual Weddings”

Happy Loving Day!

Today, June 12, is known as “Loving Day”!  What does that mean? Meet Mildred and Richard Loving: From Wikipedia: Loving Day is an annual celebration held on June 12, the anniversary of the 1967 United States Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia which struck down all anti-miscegenation laws remaining in sixteen U.S. states.  The remaining sixteen states were predominately in the south and when theContinue reading “Happy Loving Day!”

What is an “officiant”?

pronounced of·​fi·​ci·​ant | \ ə-ˈfi-shē-ənt From Marriam-Webster, the definition of an officiant is “someone (such as a priest) who officiates at a religious rite”. Over the years, the image of a wedding ceremony has completely evolved. Today, marriage or wedding officiants have moved beyond a priest or a minister; they are simply the officially licensed person who may perform marriageContinue reading “What is an “officiant”?”