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Let me share what I've learned!
Here's what I've learned in 20+ years of creating wedding ceremonies, boiled down to two pages of bullet points:
When we start planning your ceremony, I'll share scripts from weddings developed for other couples. You may find ideas for readings, rituals or other elements to incorporate into your own service.
I believe every couple would benefit from one or more sessions with Rachel Lamson. Premarital coaching is an opportunity to get to know one another deeply and explore hypothetical situations to avoid future marital pitfalls. Even couples with a close rapport benefit from delving into conversations they may never consider until a problem emerges.
Nothing sets the tone for your wedding as much as the surroundings you choose. Here are some of my favorites among the many places I've experienced.
You only get one chance for photos and videos of your wedding. Make sure you have someone with skill, experience and a style that matches your vision.
Here are some pros I can recommend from experience. You'll find some of their work on this website and gallery.
Musicians & Audio Services
My first involvement with weddings was as a musician (classical and folk guitar). I learned how live music can enhance a special occasion, and I'm happy to recommend these pros for your consideration.
Flowers appeal to multiple senses and are an essential part of the event. Here's my go-to vendor for all things floral.