It’s a hard time right now for all of us. But for those who have been planning their wedding day—often a time of much anticipation and desire to share with friends and family—this is especially hard. Couples are having to juggle the desire to have their ceremony now with the realization that their celebration is going to be defined by a real virus threat and the limits of social distancing, and not really knowing when it will be safe to gather again.
Most of us grew up hear
I spend more time preparing for a wedding by just sitting with my intuition. Because I do many out of town weddings, my communication depends much on email, telephone, and information forms. But it's the information that I learn in the first contact that is usually the most important. I learn the most at that time about the couple going into the wedding. This tells me more about the marriage than any other time. There is a power in making that contact which in turn becomes th
I guess this is a good place the begin by journey. Being a born & bred Catholic, I developed a deep desire to do ritual which bring people to a place that is sacred, a place that steps outside the normal part of life and expresses a rich meaning shared by all who participate. Being a woman, that meant stepping outside the box of my upbringing as Catholic. As I watched my daughter and son-in-law getting married, presided by a friend of theirs, I realized this may be the way. I