"Yes" means you're going to do it.
"I Do" means you've done it.
Do it right... Do it your way
Select a Civil, Religious or Interfaith Ceremony
- Civil - Without religious connotation. Very similar to a religious
ceremony but without mention of god. Officiant wears a suit and black
- Religious - Non-denominational Christian. Has mention of God
and Jesus, scriptural readings, a blessing of the rings, sharing of
the wine and unity candle celebrations. Officiant wears a clerical collar
and a minister's robe.
- Interfaith - Usually Jewish and Christian. Has mention of God
but not Jesus, scriptural reading from the Old Testament, breaking of
the glass and unity candle (or sharing of the wine) celebrations. Officiant
wears a suit and black (judge's) robe. Wine, candles and glass are supplied
at no charge.
- Renewal - Either with civil or religious overtones, a renewal
ceremony celebrates the Wedding anniversary. Many couples renew their
vows at the traditional 25th and 50th year, but others do it any time
simply for the sake of reliving the moment of their original solemnization.
All religious beliefs accomodated.
Ceremonies also performed in Spanish.
All services include the following...