Dr Kelsey Graham Alabama Gulf Coast, Atlanta, Mississippi, Tennessee, Nashville, Chatanooga
Your Wedding, Your Way The ceremony of your dreams just the way you want it
Services: Civil Union, Interfaith Ceremony, Non-religious...
Religious affliliations: Agnostic, Baha'i Faith, Buddhist, Christian (no...
I can be reached at 205-473-1932 or 228-229-7301
Remember: It is YOUR wedding. You deserve and have a right to have YOUR wedding YOUR way. WIth me you have 100% control over the ceremony. From the way I dress to the words I use- This celebration is about YOU not me.
A completely non-judgemental officaint who works with the bride and groom to provide the service they desire. From traditional to the most non-traditional I am able and willing to work with you under all circumstances at any time in order to ensure that you have the wedding of your dreams. Whether you are looking for a Civil Service, Spiritual, Religious, Non-religious, Pagan, Second Marriage, Themed Wedding, Interfaith Ceremony, Renewal of Vows, or a mix of everything (wink) we can work together to make your ceremony uniquely yours. As a minister and as a former bridal consultant Dr Kelsey will be able to give you a ceremony that suits your needs and make your Big Day as stress-free as possible.
Need a DJ? We have added DJ servces to our menu of services as well. My DJ site is http://abnormaldj.com.
Tune in each Monday night at http://alabamaweddingradio.com as I interview another wedding pro. Each Monday night at 7PM for two hours I interview musicians, wedding planners, photographers, caterers and more. And you can call in to ask them questions on the show.
In any form of wedding ceremony—whether traditional religious or agnostic—couples exchange marriage vows or promises. In traditional religious wedding ceremonies, wedding vows exchanged by the spouses are often prescribed by their church. However, in the unconventional forms of wedding ceremonies, wedding vows can be written by the bride and the groom, so as to give them a chance to express their personal commitment to each other Generally, a wedding ceremony is one way of defining the rights and obligations of the partners toward each other. However, whatever wedding ceremony the couple prefers to follow, be it the traditional religious ceremony or secular ceremony, the value of the occasion is embedded in the new beginning that the couple is about to face together.
. This is YOUR wedding, not mine. Presented in a professional manner that will make your wedding day what YOU want it to be.