Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What does "Officiant" mean?
A: Someone who is legally authorized to preside over/perform a couple's wedding ceremony.
Q: What kind of Officiants are
A: Modern nondenominational minister/civil officiants. "Officiants" are known and called by many different
names: wedding officiant, wedding minister, wedding
officiator, marriage officiator, marriage minister, marriage
officiant, marriage official, wedding clergy, marriage clergy,
wedding celebrant, celebrant, wedding officiate, justice of the
peace, JP, civil officiant and reverend. We are legally ordained
through the Universal Life Church.
Q: What is the Universal Life Church?
The Universal Life Church & ULC Seminary, Inc., is a
non-denominational church that believes that we are all spirits
in bodies, seeking and discovering our own personal truth in
our own unique way.
many of us, that truth is found through Jesus Christ, Buddha, or The
still others find their truth through examining life and the
experiences we all have. All of these paths and more are welcomed
and explored. We value all the viewpoints of our ministers and
congregation, however varied and controversial they might be.
Q: Can I write my own vows? Do you help with that?
A: The answer to both of those questions
is absolutely! We encourage couples to make their own unique personal
vows to each other and we are happy to help create you them as needed.
Q: What is your cancellation policy?
A: Up to 30 days before the ceremony, 50% of your total is refundable.
Less than 30 days before the ceremony, none of the balance due is
refundable unless the inability to perform officiating or coordination
services for the date booked falls on We Do ~ I Do's.
Q: How long do your typical ceremonies run?
A: I would say that typically our ceremonies tend to run around 15-20 minutes.