Customized Wedding Ceremonies
What is important for your marriage ceremony? How might different cultures and religious beliefs be mingled, so that your wedding experience is something reverent, fun and memorable? This is a chuppah for a wedding at Britannia Heritage Shipyards in Steveston. So, where would you like to be married?
Do you want a natural setting, something in your home or far away? I hold no gender bias or judgments and simply wish to celebrate with you the love that you have found. I am committed to working with you so that your wedding ceremony is personalized, special and exactly what you want.
The Premium Ceremony is for couples looking for something meaningful and unique. Let me help to create a customized ceremony that suits you and your commitment to one another. Every couple is different and may want their ceremony to reflect their love story and future dreams and goals. Perhaps there is a desire for an inter-faith ceremony that honors customs, cultures and faiths which is inclusive to everyone. We hold no gender bias and welcome all expressions of love.
This very special ceremony should be one that is meaningful and that at the end of the ceremony you feel your love is honored and your hearts are full.
Sliding scale depending on the complexity.
- Consultation and personal interview
- Ceremony Keepsake
- Filing documentation with Vital Statistics
- Transportation costs within Metro Vancouver (West Vancouver to Langley)
Not included: Additional transportation costs such as ferry, flights and hotel
The Star Ceremony is for couples looking for something meaningful yet very simple. The Star Ceremony is beautiful. It will be a memorable testament to your love and commitment.
Sliding scale depending on the complexity.
- Consultation (in person or by phone)
- Copy of ceremony for your review
- Transportation costs within Metro Vancouver
Not included: Rehearsal, additional transportation costs such as parking, ferry, flights and hotel
Neil & Joni were married at breakfast!
The couple were joined in marriage on Saturday October 12 at 10:00 a:m at Tsawwassen Springs Golf Club. The bride came into the circle of about 25 friends and family with her daughter. The Groom was supported by his son as his Best Man. Afterwards, we all enjoyed brunch with mimosas. The couple will honeymoon in Puerta Vallarta at the end of the month.
Congratulations to Neil & Joni for a long and happy married life!
Ghetto wedding with Kim and Jae
The “ghetto” wedding was so called as the couple said they did not want their wedding to be a huge expense for themselves or any of their guests. They simply wanted to celebrate their love. The ceremony for Kim and Jae was held at The Hall in East Vancouver and was a pot luck affair with lots to eat!
The couple had 250 guests and everyone was encouraged to wear fluorescent clothing. The music for the Processional was four or five bars of the traditional “Here Comes The Bride” which after a few bars was followed by Master Blaster “Powerful”! The Attendants (8) danced into the center just ahead of the couple.
Part of their ceremony included a Unity Candle Lighting as well as expressing their own vows and exchanging rings. When I asked the guests, “Who blesses this marriage?” they all responded in a thunderous chorus, of “We do”! You could feel the tremendous energy of love and support in the room. What an amazing experience and what an honor to officiate. Best wishes to these lovely women!
“When Jae and I decided we wanted to get married, there was only one person that came to my mind that would be perfect to conduct the ceremony. Having known Kim for a long time, I knew that I wanted her passion and her love for all that she does. When we met with Kim and told her what our ideas were, a Big Gay Neon themed Potluck, she smiled and immediately got excited with us!
From that day on she became closely involved with our process and even told us about the Neon Pink top she had in mind to wear. We felt like a family throughout.
We were given so many great options, most that hadn’t even crossed our minds, on how to best celebrate our love and make it significant and marking on our wedding day. The ceremony was beautiful and fun and Kim the way you spoke at the wedding had everyone loving every moment.
Thank you so much for being a part of our special day. It meant the world to us.”
Fiona And Tyler Tie The Knot Sunday June 24, 2018
It was an honor to officiate for Fiona and Tyler at Mayfair Lakes Golf & Country Club. The rain held off and the ceremony went beautifully albeit one hour later than planned. The couple forgot to bring the license! But thanks to a superhero friend the couple said their “I do’s” and the schedule went smoothly. The bride’s hair garland was matched with a beautiful bouquet and her gown which was an off-white satin had a short train.
Congratulations to this terrific couple and much happiness!
Amanda And Jamie Pledge Their Love At Mayfair Lakes Golf & Country Club
Amanda was stunning in an off-white Cinderella gown when she said her “I do’s” to her Groom, Jamie. Just moments before the rain began, they shared personal vows. Their ceremony was whimsical and light-hearted which fit the couple’s personalities perfectly. It was a pleasure to write this unique ceremony and pronounce them husband and wife! Best of everything to the happy couple!
Gabrielle And Dwight Tie The Knot!
On May 21, 2017 (the warmest day of the year so far), Dwight and Gabrielle said “I do”. The bride was stunning in a white gown which had a cutaway back and short train. The groom was so handsome in his deep blue tuxedo jacket. The were married at Westwood Plateau Golf & Country Club in front of about 70 friends and family.
Good luck to this lovely couple as they walk together as husband and wife!
Brandon and Caitlin married at the Heritage Hall
The couple and their attendants arrived at the Hall in a stretch limo in time for a 4:00 wedding. The interior decorations were in white and silver, stunning. Their two Flower Girls dutifully spread petals as the Bride was escorted in by her father. Brandon and Caitlin met in 2013 and the handsome couple exchanged rings on a beautiful sunny day.
Wishing you all the happiness your hearts can hold!
Andrea and Greyson say “I do” on the water
UBC Boathouse hosts another wedding ceremony. It was cookin’ hot but the lovely breeze off the river made it very pleasant. Andrea and Greyson stood on the dock at the Boathouse and shared beautiful vows before exchanging rings. There were 125 guests who later celebrated at the reception on the river.
Best wishes for a long and loving married life!
Tamiko and Yoshi tied the knot at London Farm
The bride was stunning in an ivory coloured gown, beaded bodice and soft, feathery ruffles and a train. The groom was overcome when he saw his bride come toward him! All of the parents gave their blessing for the union. Outside on a hot, sunny day but with plenty of shade trees – a perfect day to be wed!