Love Always Wins

It feels like the Covid-19 crisis has been going on for an eternity, but I know that isn’t true. Even within the last several weeks, I’ve been lucky to have some sweet weddings. I recently officiated a Simply Eloped couple, booklovers from Singapore. They were not only fun and cheerful, but they’d survived the Covid-19 scare in their own country, …

Magic Moments in Weddings, Big & Small

Every couple has their own beautiful romantic story, and now—after a decade of officiating weddings—I can honestly say that every wedding has its magical moments.  One never knows exactly where the emotional crescendo of a wedding may be—heartfelt original vows offered between the couple, a sentimental reading offered by a family member or friend, a deeply held cultural or religious …

Variations on a Wedding Theme

Years ago, I thought there was “one way” to officiate a ceremony. A couple would host a wedding—however that might look—and the individual conducting the ceremony signed the license. Alas, especially in a place like New York, that is not the case. There are numerous permutations that are appropriate for couples having different needs. Legal Ceremonies in NYC with Destination …

Winter Princess

One of the great things about a Celebrant-led wedding is that the ceremonies are breathtaking and spectacular in unexpected ways. Lately, it seems, there is an emerging interest in so-called theme weddings. The possibilities for these gatherings are only limited by the imagination. Winter happens to be a huge one for many couples. As such, I love officiating these events …

Wedding & the City (WATC)

Several years ago, dreaded news was delivered to many American women. This was when HBO announced that the groundbreaking program “Sex and the City” (SATC) which took place in New York would end production. In a retrospective of the show’s success, actress Sarah Jessica Parker and program creator Darren Star sat down. They speculated about the elements that distinguished SATC …