Starting at $250
I can perform a wedding, baptism or funeral services.
Classic Wedding Ceremony ($400-$600)
Includes initial face to face get together to get better acquainted as well as discussing and planning your wedding ceremony. Time planning the wedding ceremony. Unlimited phone, text and email support. Includes day of the wedding. Marriage license filing. Note: Rehearsal not included.
Premium Wedding Ceremony ($600-$800)
Includes initial face to face get together to get better acquainted as well as discussing and planning your wedding ceremony. Time planning the wedding ceremony. Time at the rehearsal coordinating and working with the wedding party to assure a stress free wedding day. Unlimited phone, text and email support. Includes day of the wedding. Marriage license filing. Note: Rehearsal is held during an ‘off’ time, e.g. Thursday, Wednesday prior to weekend ceremony.
Elite Wedding Ceremony ($800-$1000)
Includes initial face to face get together to get better acquainted as well as discussing and planning your wedding ceremony. If requested, a second optional meeting to review and fine tune your ceremony. Time planning the wedding ceremony. Time at the rehearsal coordinating and working with the wedding party to assure a stress free wedding day. Unlimited phone, text and email support. Includes day of the wedding. Marriage license filing. Note: Rehearsal is held anytime of your choosing.
Elopement / Renewal Ceremony ($250-$350)
last minute arrangements, less than 10 guests, Phone, text and email support only, subject to availability, travel, location.
Certified Master Of Wicca High Priestess: starting at ($300)
Hands fasting ceremonies , Broom jumping, new homes blessings, An observance-based ritual, on the other hand, highlights a specific event ,such as a new moon or a religious anniversary with no express purpose other than to celebrate the event itself.
($250 for 1st child
$75 per each additional)
Certificate of Baptism
Unlimited planning time via e-mail and phone.
Ceremony Planning – special music, readings, candle and many more options.
Funeral Service:( free for End of Life clients or $350)
My role begins before the funeral. I’ll arrange a meeting with the family to talk about their unique expectations. I guide the family in planning the schedule for the service, and you might provide recommendations if needed.
Talk to the family - First, I talk to the family about their needs. This is typically done at the funeral home, but it can also be in the family’s home.
Religious requirements - If the family has any religious beliefs, I plan to include these in the ceremony. They might need to familiarize themselves with customs, prayers, and traditions. They might prepare funeral prayers or funeral poems.
Create a schedule - I use the family’s wishes to create a custom schedule for the service and memorial. This might just be for the funeral, but it could also include a repast, visitation, or graveside service.
Write a eulogy - In preparation for the funeral, it’s common to write a eulogy. A eulogy is an ode to someone. It’s typically written with high praise, and it highlights an individual's best qualities and accomplishments. This could be written in a personal way if I know the deceased themselves. It can also include the family’s thoughts from the first meeting.
During the service
Think of me as the leader of the service. I guide the entire event from start to finish, and this usually involves helping set up for the event.
Arrive early - I arrive early for the service, usually a few hours in advance. I might work with the family and walk them through the schedule. As you would expect, the funeral is hard on the family. I am a pillar of support and kindness at this time.
Lead the service - I lead the family and guests in the funeral service. This includes nay prayer, remembrance, eulogies, speeches, and other acknowledgments.
Provide emotional support - One of the biggest challenges of hosting a funeral is that emotions run high. I keep a respectful but strong demeanor. This helps your family focus on the service.
After the service
My role doesn’t come to a close after the service. They’re typically available to lead any post-service events or even just to provide additional support.
Assist with arrangements - If there are post-funeral arrangements such as a repast or graveside service, I invite guests formally.
Lead additional services - For families that have additional events and services after the funeral, I might lead these as well.
Give space - Unless I know the family personally, I typically excuse myself when it’s appropriate to give the family space to grieve.