Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Performing Weddings and Elopements in Oregon

The Sacred Union. Marriage is such a beautiful experience. Savor it, enjoy every day of it, grow with it. Every wedding couple is unique. Together we can create your personalized wedding ceremony that celebrates your special day, your way.
Performing weddings is very rewarding to me. It gives me the opportunity to meet a variety of people, assist them in creating their ceremony and then meeting their
family, friends and guests. I personally benefit from the words, inspirations and positive energy that comes from weddings.
I am a non-denominational officiant. I will make the couple the focus of the ceremony. I am not there to preach or evangelize. It is your special day and I will work with you to make your wedding a day to be remembered.
As an ordained Clergy I will solemnize your marriage, complete your marriage certificate and submit your license to the County Clerk. I can also assist in coordinating the events of the day. I also coordinate the entire rehearsal for you. I am very organized, punctual, friendly and persuasive. These are all qualities that are needed to pull off the big day. Choose from a variety of ceremony styles and vows.

I will perform a simple "elopement" ceremony to a traditional chapel ceremony. The choice of ceremony is yours entirely. Religious, Contemorary, Spiritual, or Non-religious ceremonies that are meaningful and beautiful to make your wedding memorable.
I have experience in photographing weddings, issuing marriage licenses and organizing rehearsals and ceremonies. Visit my website for details, ideas and photos. http://wwwtheradianttouch.com or email me at bmason@ccwebster.net


Unknown said...

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Why go to a courthouse. I have a lovely location in downtown Oregon City to perform elopements at. 7 days a week. Special Blogger price is only $75 if you mention this Blog. Regular $100-$125
call 971-570-5121 to schedule a time.
Beverly Mason

Steve Lents said...

How fun, an elopement ceremony. This sort of thing should be documented somehow.