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Hello and thank you for reaching out to us regarding your special day. It is my honor to provide you with an Estimate based on the information you provide below. My commitment to you is to put together the best ceremony for both of you according to your wishes. In order to do so I will need some basic information so that I can get started. Please take a few minutes to answer the questions below.
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Email *
Your name. *
Your pronouns. *
Your partners name. *
Your partners pronouns. *
Your partners email
What is your mailing address? (Your information is safe and will not be shared with anyone.) *
Best number to reach you. (By providing your cell phone number you agree to receive text messages from MFE Services.) *
Do you have your marriage license? *
If you answered yes to the question above: did you get a public or confidential license? *
Ceremony address *
Will you be having a backyard wedding or will it take place at a wedding venue? *
What day is your wedding ceremony? *
What time? *
How many guests will be attending? *
Are you having a bridal party? *
Are you having a rehearsal, and would you like me to attend? Please note that additional fees may apply. *
Do you need recommendations for other vendors? *
Will you be writing your own vows? *
Do you want to include a unity ceremony? (sand, wine box, candle, etc) *
Will a microphone be available? *
I will need to schedule a zoom or in-person meeting with you. Ideally, this should take place at least 3-4 weeks before your wedding. What days/times work best for the both of you? You can also book an appointment here *
And finally, how did you hear about us? *
Please Note:
A typical wedding ceremony averages between 12-15 minutes. Depending on your personal preferences it might be shorter or longer, but usually only a few minutes either way. Remember that there are no wrong ideas or suggestions for things that you may want to include in your wedding ceremony. What you WANT is far more important than making sure you are following the “rules/traditions” of a wedding ceremony. It’s your day; it’s your ceremony; at the end of the day it should be your way.
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