Today’s consultation with a Bride getting married on Saturday, July 29, 2017 included conversation about what would happen should the wedding date be a rain-out. Many of the ceremonies I conduct happen impromptu, meaning, they are spur-of-the-moment ceremonies. The couple wants to get married, if not right at the moment, very soon. When you plan your ceremony ahead of time with me, you get added touches. For instance, coordination assistance, proper formatting and a rehearsal are all a plus when you are in the planning processes. Continue reading
“…a very special thanks to our Officiant Sonita, she is very professional and caring when it comes to her couples. She listens to what you want and delivers, making it very STRESS FREE. Anyone getting married in Greenville County, book her!! Thanks a million!” ~T’Shara Brown Continue reading
Many couples call on us to perform the ‘bare-bones’ minimum ceremony, which can be as simple as saying, “I do,” then, ” I do.” It’s usually not that short and sweet, but you get our drift. Some couples want to get the paperwork and legal side of the marriage out of the way without the all frills and thrills ceremony. That is okay with us here at GreenvilleNotary.com.
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Congratulations are in order for a couple married along the banks of the raging Reedy River. The rain has been ferocious in the past few months, where an approximate 23 inches have fallen. The weather outside had a nice crisp Fall warmth to … Continue reading