"Weddings by Christobel"
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San Antonio and Surrounding Areas, TX | map
Services: Civil Union, Interfaith Ceremony, Non-religious...
Religious affliliations: Agnostic, Christian (no denomination), Christian -...
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Mar 11, 2014
Frequently Asked Questions for Officiant
What officiant services do you provide?
Civil Union, Interfaith Ceremony, Non-religious Ceremony, Single Religion Ceremony
What religious affiliations do you serve?
Agnostic, Christian (no denomination), Christian - Anglican, Christian - Baptist, Christian - Catholic, Christian - Episcopalian, Christian - Lutheran, Christian - Methodist, Christian - Presbyterian, Evangelical
Can you accommodate the hearing impaired?
Are you willing to perform a ceremony at a non-religious site?
Do you want to marry your Sweetheart? Then I will be there!. I have performed weddings on the Comal Bridge, in a garden setting, in front of the river and several other locations. I work with my couples to help them fulfill the desires of their hearts.
What is your attire for the ceremony?
I usually wear a professional modest suit. The Officiate never outshines the Bride!
Are you flexible in the wording used throughout the ceremony, including the vows?
Absolutely. This is a celebration of love. Love is in the details. Words of love. I will work with my couples to create for them a wedding ceremony long to be rermembered.
Do you allow the couple to write their own vows, if desired?
Most definately. One of the most beautiful weddings that I Officiated at was where the Groom and Bride wrote their own vows which we included in the wedding ceremony.
Do you have a list of readings pre-selected, from which the couple must choose?
Yes and No. I have several Beautiful Weddings on computer. The couples may chose a template of their wedding ceremony from my wedding album and then choose which readings, vows, ring vows that they prefer from my list to add to their ceremony. They may also bring their own readings should they prefer.
How long are your ceremonies?
20 to 30 minutes, and that includes the Unity Sand, Unity Candle, Rose Ceremony and other added readings that my couples may chose.
Do you require that premarital counseling be done?
Are you willing to perform pre-ceremony rehearsals?
Do you supply a sound system?
Additional Answers & Advice:
Professional Assoc. of Wedding Officiants.
Member of United States Wedding Professionals
Persons authorized to perform weddings in Texas include licensed or ordained Christian ministers, priests, Jewish rabbis, officers authorized by religious organizations, justices of the supreme court, judges of the court of criminal appeals, justices of the courts of appeals, judges of the district, county, and probate courts, judges of the county courts at law, judges of the courts of domestic relations, judges of the juvenile courts, retired justices or judges, justices of the peace, retired justices of the peace, and judges or magistrates of a federal court of Texas.
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