On your wedding day how do you want to feel as you stand before friends and family publically opening your heart to each other and to those in attendance?

Calm Excited Joyful
Captivated Centered Enchanted
Loved Confident

Selecting the person who will stand with you as you pledge your love and commitment to each other is as important as the flowers, cake and music. That person will set the tone for your ceremony and be your source of calm; enabling you to open your heart and express your love for each other.

At that special moment, when I connect with the essence and spirit of the couple standing before me, I experience joy and gratification. I delight in being a participant in a couples new and exciting journey and look forward to facilitating the beginning of a flourishing union between the two of you. I feel blessed when a couple selects me to officiate their most special day. Very often I find myself shedding a tear.

Intimate Wedding Experiences

Are you looking for a venue for a simple ceremony that is unique for you? Maybe just the two of you or a few friends or family.

Quaint Old Town Warrenton Experience. Choose the front porch or cozy sitting room. Up to six attendees. License can often be picked up and filed same day. Starting at $150.

A Country Affair. What is your fancy? Elegant porches, grand foyer, overlook the pond, charming gazebo or nestle in the woods or along the creek. Add a champagne toast or bring a picnic. Up to 12 attendees. Starting at $250.

For a Photographer, Cake or Flowers:
Ciao Bella Photographer: ciaobellaphotos.com
Gateau Cakes: 1gateau.com
Flowers: shelleysfloral.com

For a free resource with ideas for planning your wedding ceremony, click below.


“Now we feel no rain, for each of us will be shelter to the other.
Now we will feel no cold, for each of us will be warmth to the other.
Now there is no loneliness for us.
Now we are two bodies, but only one life.
We go now to our dwelling place, to enter into the days of our togetherness.
May our days be good and long upon this Earth.”
Native American Verse