STANDARD TRADITIONAL CEREMONY
STANDARD CEREMONY: $400
For many our standard ceremony is the beginning of the journey into marriage travels through the past by connecting with all or some traditional elements. A beautiful white dress, Pachelbel’s Canon, the giving of the bride, and a unity candle are just some of the elements that a traditional wedding ceremony entails. We will work with the couple to customize the ceremony to their desires and specifications – after all, it is your big day and we are here to serve you! We work hard to make sure that your ceremony reflects who you are as a couple. This is your wedding so it should be your ceremony too.
This ceremony can be traditional or non-traditional in nature. The main difference between a standard ceremony and an intimate ceremony is that in a standard ceremony you are using multiple vendors for your event. You may use a coordinator, DJ, photographer, caterer, and of course the location will be dedicated for your entire event. This service is more traditional in nature. The standard ceremony also tends to have more guests. An intimate ceremony will have a cap of 25 guests, but a standard ceremony can range from 40 guests to over 400 guests. If you are not following us on Instagram we have a few pictures there of standard ceremonies that we have performed.
Personal planning session with the couple
Unlimited email and phone consultation
Design overall layout and ﬂow of service
Customizing of ceremony options
Customizing vows, unity symbols, readings, etc.
Including your words & stories for a personal touch
Actual marriage ceremony
Finalization and filing of your marriage license
*Travel costs may apply outside San Diego County
**Photographer add $350 for (1) hour professional photography.
***Permits are required at Sunset Cliffs, Cuvier Park or Wedding Bowl, Calumet Park, La Jolla Cove, Torrey Pines, Scripps Park, Mission Beach, Mission Bay Park, Pacific Beach, and Carlsbad State Beach. You must have a permit to have a wedding of any size in these locations. If you are unsure be sure to check with the appropriate city to confirm.