South Sound Manor
Tin Can Alley

Waypoint Ceremonies

Bellevue, WA 98006

Waypoint Ceremonies

For all the myriad details that weddings inspire, the ceremonious touches are the ones that deserve to live timelessly. As a certified Master Life-Cycle Celebrant and non-denominational officiant, I’m all about helping you show and tell your ceremony your way. Whether it’s a simple, silly, soulful or superlative ceremony you desire, our work together remains consultative.

You share your story, wildest wedding wishes, and willingness to own your day. In turn, I’ll bring my wide-open ears and heart, intuitive sensibilities, lyrical wordsmithing, right-brain creativity, and veritable toolkit of wedding whisperer resources and experiences.

I’ll shape your wishes by writing and telling your love story, naming and theming your ceremony, and working in tandem with to tailor readings and rituals to suit your shared interests. Together we’ll co-craft a heartfelt and uncommon ceremony that celebrates and honors your individual journeys, how you’ve both refined and redefined love, and what you most value as a couple.

I’m based in the Puget Sound and yes, I will most happily travel to your mountain trail, desert oasis or ocean beach wedding locale throughout Western Washington and beyond.

Not sure how to say your special moment RITE? Call me for a no-fee consultation meeting.

 

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