Posts Tagged: wedding

Five Questions To Ask Your Potential Wedding Officiant

Call me biased . . . because I am! I think one of the most important, overlooked, and underrated decisions you will make concerning your wedding day is who will perform your ceremony. Ideally this person helps set the tone for your wedding day, as well as equip you with some tools for the marriage… Read more »

It’s the Logo reveal, y’all!

If you’ve been following along, we’ve unveiled some new, cool things over here at our business. You’ve seen our new mood board, setting a nice, relaxed, yet classic vibe. You’ve learned our new name, Central Ceremonies, capturing our broader service offerings. And because we like to keep the exciting reveals going . . . today,… Read more »

Five Things Every Wedding Ceremony Needs

You are engaged. Now the work begins, right? The dress, the colors, the music, the food, the venue, the photographer. Then there is transportation, makeup and hair, guest lists, save-the-dates, invitations, seating arrangements. Oh! And a marriage license! And hey – probably someone to sign that license, too. We get it. The actual ceremony, the… Read more »

The Power of Pause in Marriage

Bride and Bridesmaid

My wedding rehearsals are full of little bits of instruction, trivia, announcements, and well – rehearsing. It’s not a science, but it does make life easier. One announcement I make is, of course, to not lock your knees.   Fainting isn’t fun, and dramatic moments are mostly overrated. I always tell the wedding party that I… Read more »