One of the most requested Officiants in Connecticut is now officiating in Massachusetts.
My style as an officiant is one of making you feel relaxed. I meet with both of you right before the ceremony to go over any questions you may have. I only see the three of us during the ceremony, and that bond between us is key to your enjoyment of the ceremony.
Being a Justice of the Peace has brought me great joy. Over the years, many of my couples have become good friends. I enjoy constructing a ceremony that is personal and meaningful. I want my couples to relax and enjoy their ceremony and I believe I am able to do just that.
I have been a JP since 1998. This is your special day…together we will create the perfect ceremony reflecting your love and commitment to each other.
Many couples choose to have a private ceremony and a bigger event later. There will be no “wedding day” jitters since you will be officially married beforehand. Just relax & enjoy your…
Weddings are meant to be special: to embody the love and commitment you feel for each other. My goal as the solemnizer of your marriage is to help ensure your day is special.
The vows you say to each other put words to that love and commitment. We can use the traditional vows or ones you write to each other. Finding a location for your ceremony…
I am a sincere and enthusiastic Justice of the Peace located in Amherst, MA. My goal is to work with you to create a meaningful wedding ceremony that feels “just right!” Short notice, interfaith and same-sex marriages are welcome! I am very supportive, quick to respond, and promise to give you my best!
Ceremonies are performed throughout the Commonwealth. Enjoy the unusual, eg. skydiving, water ceremonies, etc. Over 24 years as a Justice of the Peace. Will accommodate last-minute ceremonies if the schedule permits. Active military discount.
FOR THE DO’S, DONT’S AND I DO’S OF YOUR WEDDING.
I am as committed as you are to making your special day one you will always remember. Please call me any time to set up your wedding date and to discuss the type of ceremony you would like.