WHAT’S THE PROCESS FOR BOOKING YOU AS OUR OFFICIANT?
Simply fill out the contact information on our Get In Touch tab to book an initial consultation with us. This will be a Zoom Meeting and will run for approximately 1 hour. Once we decide that we’re a match, you will then take the necessary steps to bring us on board as your Officiant.
Please carefully review my detailed pricing page before booking a consultation.
HOW FAR IN ADVANCE DO WE NEED TO BOOK YOU?
Planning your wedding day should ideally start with choosing a date, followed by a venue and then the Officiant. I often see couples waiting until the last minute to hire the Officiant. I urge you not to do this as you may be disappointed.
To be sure that I'm available on your date, I recommend you contact me as soon as you've selected your venue. Your signed service agreement and payment “locks in” your date/time so no other couple can have it.
IS THERE A SERVICE AGREEMENT OR CONTRACT?
Yes, we do require a straightforward Service Agreement that outlines the details of your ceremony and the terms of our agreement. This is designed to establish a clear written understanding of our services for your ceremony and to help everyone feel assured that all the details are covered.
WHAT IS YOUR PAYMENT POLICY?
Once you’ve had your initial consultation and you/we decide to move forward, 50% of your payment must be made within 24 hours to lock-in your ceremony date and time.
If you’ve had your consultation and we don’t hear back from you within 36 hours, your ceremony date/time is automatically released back to the open market so that another couple can have it.
WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?
We accept all electronic payments:
Via Zelle: 909-289-4224 (Preferred Method)
Via Cash App: $JarynGadeaBlessed
We do not accept personal checks or any other payment methods. Depending on your venue location, you may incur additional fees for mileage, gas, tolls and parking.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE LICENSE AND THE CERTIFICATE?
The marriage license is the document that authorizes you to get married and the marriage certificate is the document that proves you are married.