Jennifer Johnson, Wedding Officiant, Minister, & Notary
will preside over your Wedding, Vow Renewal,
or Commitment Ceremony at any location in:
Volusia County, Flagler County, Lake County or Seminole County
Customer Vows, Tailored to each of my Couples,
A Keepsake of your Vows, Venue Recommendation, and Photography
Many of todays couples desire a more spiritual rather than religious ceremony.
There are no two couples alike and your wedding ceremony should be as special as the two of you.
I will help assist you in the planning of your very special day with different ideas and venues
and the personalization of your wedding vows.
I am local and am extremely easy to work with, my intention is to complement the two of you
and make your day very, very special
One of the many choices of "A Ceremony within a Ceremony" you can include into your Wedding Vows:
The Unity Sand Ceremony: Perfect for a Beach Wedding. The Wedding Sand Ceremony has become a popular way to celebrate the joining of two lives. Colored sand is poured by each of you from a special vase into one personalized, custom etched, heart-shaped vase, symbolizing your two lives becoming one. At the end of the ceremony the vase, which is sealed with a cork, is yours to take home and display, symbolizing the start of your new life together
Family Unity Sand Ceremony: Allows your children to take part in your wedding ceremony by adding additional color sands into the vase.
Unity Heart Sand Ceremony: The bride and groom say their vows to each other standing inside a heart in the sand, filled with fresh rose petals.
Unity Candle Ceremony: In celebrating the union of the bride and groom, this "unity" ceremony symbolically represents, not only their becoming united in marriage, but also the coming together of all their friends and family
Hand Fasting or 'tying the knot": Is a Celtic wedding ritual which involves the tying of hands together to symbolize the coming together and remaining together.
Rock Ceremony: A beautiful "unity" ceremony that includes everyone who attends the couple's wedding. Although small, polished stones are usually used, the couple may choose to use any other token they desire... seashells, glass or crystal, etc. The guests make a wish for the couple's happiness and then the tokens are collected into a single, Keepsake container... each rock representing a wish for the couple's happiness. Some couples even have small markers for each guest so they may write their name or sentiment on the rock. Some couples combine the elements of other 'unity' ceremonies and pour sand or water over the collected tokens.
Rose Ceremony: A simple exchange of a single rose between the bride and groom - Representing the giving of the gift of unconditional love... not just on the couples wedding day, but for the future of their marriage.
Vow Renewal Ceremony: For couples who want to renew their wedding vows and reaffirm their commitment to each other, whether it be your 5th, 25th or 50th wedding anniversary
Commitment Ceremony for Couples of the Same Sex: Allows Same Sex Couples to declare their love and commitment each to the other in a beautiful setting.