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Maryland, District of Columbia, Washington DC, and Northern Virginia Ceremonies. Weather your ceremony is simple, elaborate, Christian, Spiritual, Same Sex, Native American, Celtic, Pagan, or Wicca, our ordained interfaith ministers and officiants design ceremonies filled with fun, joy, love, peace and healing. We work closely with all clients regardless of prior marital status, nationality, belief, or gender to make their dreams come true by conducting passionate, vibrant ceremonies.
We design beautifully crafted ceremonies in English or Spanish. Ceremonies include Weddings, Vow Renewal and Commitment Ceremonies, Baptisms, and Funerals. Additionally, we perform Mother “Blessing Way” Ceremonies; Baby Blessings & Naming; Rites of Passage; Rites of Healing and Transition; Divorce, Letting Go, and Moving on Ceremonies; and Blessing Ceremonies for Animals, Homes, and Boats. We travel to all ceremony sites such as homes, churches, parks, lakes, beaches, and mountains.
The Fast Wedding or Commitment Ceremony is short, performed for the couple only, and scheduled by appointment only in the officiant’s home or garden in Silver Spring, Maryland. A Montgomery County Marriage License is required. Fast Ceremony fees: $35.00 Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. After hours: $45. Weekends and holidays: $65.00.
The Simple Wedding or Commitment Ceremony has more flare, includes either a Unity Candle, Sand, or Celtic tradition, and incorporates a decorated lighted arch and bubbles in the service, and can be scheduled on short notice by appointment only in an officiant’s home or garden in Silver Spring, Maryland. Guests are strictly limited to eight (8) people inside and up to thirteen (13) outside. A Montgomery County Marriage License is required. Simple Ceremony fees: $75.00 Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. After hours: $85. Weekends and holidays: $100.
The Budget Ceremony is a beautiful ceremony filled with fun and joy and conducted at your chosen location. The fee is For the basic fee, the officiant is available for email or phone consultation, provides free ceremony samples and tips on ceremony planning, music, rehearsals, etc., conducts the ceremony, and signs the copies of the official marriage licenses and mails the court copy to the appropriate court clerk. Budget Ceremony fees: $175.00 for locations within 10 miles of Officiant's office, and $200 and up for other locations in the Maryland, DC, and Northern Virginia areas.
The Traditional Ceremony includes everything in the Budget Ceremony. In addition, the officiant will: prepare a wedding brochure, a workbook or worksheet with samples of readings and rituals; write the wedding vows according to the couple's wishes; attend the wedding rehearsal, and prepare a bound copy of the ceremony along with a keepsake marriage certificate. Traditional Ceremony: $530 to $645 within the Maryland, DC Metropolitan, and Northern Virginia areas.
Same Sex Fast and Budget Wedding Ceremonies are performed only in the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C. A Fast ceremony can be performed for $75.00 at North Portal Park, 16th. St. NW in the District of Columbia. Budget ceremonies are performed at DuPont Circle for $175.00 and for $225.00 at other downtown locations. Endorsed by Gayweddings.com.
Premarital counseling is not required but is available. Program goals are to improve interpersonal relationships and communication, listening, and conflict resolution skills.
Ceremonies are scheduled from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm daily including holidays.
For more information go to A Beatific Union of Two Souls website: www.gmartinjd.com. You may also contact Dr. Georgia A. Martin at [email protected] or by calling: (301)-237-4341.
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