The ceremony part of your wedding day can and should be more than just the "check-the-box" social requirement that it has become for many people. By being intentional and honoring your truth as a couple, it can be a sacred moment that sets a loving and celebratory tone: both for the reception party and the lifetime you're preparing to spend together.
Proudly offering licensed officiation for heterosexual, homosexual, monogamous, and non-monogamous ceremonies.
Take it to the next level with focused one-on-one attention. We'd love to help you develop a spiritual practice that makes sense for you, or help you find that missing piece in a relationship that’s struggling (or one that is brand new).
Plan an event that is designed to strengthen & clarify intentions across relationships in a group or team. If you need to motivate your people, there's no better way than to just get real with them and work with a guide to set expectations clearly, one human to another.
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"Jennifer's compassion is unparalleled. Her clear and effective use of language inspired me to grow in my own communication skills. And she truly is guided by no agenda other than love."
- Joshua, male, 36; non-monogamy & marital coaching
"When you pick someone to officiate your wedding, their words will impact the entire mood of the room. Jennifer crafted a beautiful, heartfelt ceremony filled with laughs, tears, hope, and of course all the love I could ever imagine."
- Kyla, female, 27; heterosexual, monogamous wedding ceremony
"There was not a dry eye in that room!! We wanted a small, intimate ceremony and that’s exactly what she gave us. She was more than our officiant, she felt like a friend and family member. Multiple people asked if she really was!? That's how great and amazing she is!"
- Chastity, female, 22; heterosexual, monogamous wedding ceremony
"Jennifer got to know me and my fiancé as who we are. She exactly knew how to incorporate us into our ceremony. From the remembrance of my stepfather to our unity candle and including everyone in our ceremony. She made everyone feel welcome and a part of the ceremony. Everyone enjoyed it."
- Dorothy, female, 28, monogamous wedding ceremony