Wedding Officiant


Performing wedding ceremonies for the state of South Carolina Only

Our standard Ceremony Coverage


Phone or in-person meeting

Learn your story as a couple 

Signing of marriage license 

Welcome Statement
Your story
Reading (An excerpt from "The Art of a Good Marriage")
Unity (i.e. Unity candle, sand, tree, etc)

Declaration of Intent (This is when you two say "I Do")
Ring Exchange
Closing Remarks

Don't forget to add photography and videography coverage!

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Frequently asked questions

When should I get my marriage license?

As soon as possible. In South Carolina, there isn't an expiration date on your marriage license.

Where do you go to apply for your marriage license?

You can go to any South Carolina Probate Judge's office to apply for your marriage license. You do not have to get your marriage license in the same county that you plan to get married in.

Do you have to come to my rehearsal?

No, only if you want to or if you feel that you need us to. Honeslty, if you're planning on having a standard ceremony and already have us (or someone else) corodinating your wedding, it's really not necessary for you to have an officiant be at the rehearsal. If an officiant is booked for the rehearsal, we will loosely go over the ceremony points in an informal/relaxed fashion. We will not coordinate the rehearsal. If you require coordination, please reserve one of our day-of coordinators for that. Our purpose at your rehearsal is to go over the ceremony portion of your wedding.

Should I expect a travel fee?

Possibly. We only charge a fee if we are traveling outside of the greater Charleston area (Dorchester, Berkeley, Colleton and/or Charleston counties.) If you're unsure, please ask.

Can you officiant my wedding outside of South Carolina?

Unfortuantely no. Our officiants are only licensed for the state of South Carolina.

Will you help me write my vows?

You should really write your own vows... they are very personal and specific to your relationship, however, we can certainly give advice on how to structure them.