Wedding Ceremonies   Affirmation of Wedding Vows   Commitment Ceremony   Memorial Service   

Infusion Weddings/ Two Cultures 

An infusion interfaith wedding ceremony completely reflects you as a couple, the love you share,  your beliefs, your traditions , and your values. It is a creative way of recognizing the coming together of two people from different walks in life who bring their unique personality and religious or spiritual beliefs in a collaborative creation of your unique and meaningful wedding ceremony.

Wedding Ceremony

When two soul mates meet the universe celebrates. Every adventure, every experience and every step you have shared along the way, is your love story and the heart of your wedding ceremony.

Photo by Clint Bargen Photography, West Van Wedding Photographer

On your wedding day, I am the voice of your story.  As we move through the ceremony, and your lives begin to merge together in marriage, those present will understand your desire to marry and will also experience the deeper sense of commitment you share. Once pronounced and then introduced to your guests as a married couple….your new status and phase in life will begin.  

Excerpts from a wedding ceremony…


Destination Weddings 

Affirmation of Wedding Vows

Today you are once again committing your lives to one another as you travel on your life path. 

“Hand in hand… heart to heart, I once again commit my life to you as your best friend and loving partner”.

“The person you see standing before you today is because… (the rest is your love story).

Commitment Ceremony

A Commitment Ceremony is similar to a Wedding Ceremony but excludes legal documents.

Funeral, Memorial, Celebration of Life Service

A rite of passage. We are born, we live and we die. Knowing this does not take away from the pain of losing a loved one.  A Celebration of Life or a Memorial Service is for those who are left behind to grieve and in the hope of bringing some closure and some acceptance of the death. The deeper the love the deeper the grief. 

 As Certified Life-Cycle Funeral Celebrant, I come to the table with no agenda, no preconceived notion of what the ceremony should or must look like. Instead through careful interviewing and thoughtful process, elicits what is meaningful for each client.

  • Funerals
  • Memorials
  • Graveside service
  • Disposition of the ashes
  • Cremations  

I  meet with you in the comfort of your own home

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Excerpts from a Celebration of Life