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Wedding Bands

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between a wedding coordinator and a wedding planner?
    What is the difference between a wedding planner and wedding coordinator? Great question! It's a bit tricky to explain in writing, but I'll do my best. Wedding planners are involved from day one in every aspect of the planning process. They bring vendors to couple, assist in finding venues, etc. A wedding coordinator steps in shortly before the ceremony to handle all aspects of the wedding day and make things as stress free for the couple as possible. A coordinator might recommend a vendor, but, for the most part, couples are finding their own vendors, making all of the plans etc. A coordinator will work with the vendors the day of the wedding to ensure everything goes as smoothly as possible.
  • Do you provide a free consultation?
    Yes, I do. In fact, I insist on a meeting, either in person or virtually, prior to hiring me so you can meet me and get a sense for my personality and for me to get to know you a little bit. It also gives you the chance to ask me any questions you have regarding my services.
  • Are you a LGTBQ+ ally?
    I am! I am a proud supporter of the LGTBQ+ community!
  • Do you charge for travel?
    No. My fees are all-inclusive.
  • What if we don't want any mention of religion in our ceremony?
    You can have as little or as much mention of religion in your ceremony as you desire. You can also have zero mention of religion. It's completely up to you.
  • Do you provide the marriage license?
    No. The couple must contact their local County Clerk's office to obtain a marriage license. Marriage licenses in California are valid for 90 days. If the marriage ceremony isn't conducted in that 90 day window, you will need to obtain a new license.
  • Who turns in the marriage license to the County Clerk after the ceremony?
    It is the officiant's responsibility to submit the completed marriage license to the County Clerk's office after the ceremony. However, the couple may turn it in themselves if they desire.
  • Do we need a witness?
    Yes, unless you obtain a Confidential Marriage license. While there is space for two witnesses to sign the license, only one witness signature is required by law.
  • Do you offer discounts?
    I do! I offer discounts for military, first responders and teachers.
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