Start your own tradition by having your wedding, your way! To help couples plan their ceremonies, Clergy 211 offers couples access to many ceremonial templates, working pages, and other resources. These resources allow the couple to play a significant role in creating their own ceremony.
We serve couples from any religious or non-religious backgrounds and from all walks of life. We are able to customize and personalize ceremonies by blending traditions and customs and by creating new traditions.
Our goal is to ensure that all the important details are covered to make your event special, unique, and memorable. To help you plan your ceremony, the concierge will on your behalf:
Couples often spend a great amount of time in the planning for their wedding day, but seldom do they take the time to develop a strategic and long-term plan for their life together and for the many challenges and opportunities that marriage often presents.
Premarital counseling can provide a couple with insights into many relationship dynamics, by either highlighting behaviors that support a healthy relationship, or bringing awareness to behaviors that may be damaging to the relationship. Couples will be encouraged to explore their dreams, goals, differences, fears, and expectations so that the path is made clear toward a successful marriage. Couples will receive a couple's report through:
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Commitment ceremonies mean many different things to different people. It can be a highly symbolized wedding event or just a big audacious party that celebrates your love and commitment. A commitment ceremony can look just like a wedding, complete with church, wedding gown, and hundreds of guests — but without the marriage license. Whatever your pleasure, Clergy 211 offers you a ritualized ceremony and a public declaration that honors your relationship and your commitment to one another.
Vow renewal or reaffirmation ceremonies are important observances for a number of reasons, the first one's being to make a pubic re-declaration of the marriage vows taken years prior. Saying “I do” again can be a wonderful new beginning for the next phase in a couple's marital life and a beautiful and memorable experience for all those present. Clergy 211 ministers help guide couples to create a wonderful commemorative ceremony that best reflects their life and the hopes for a promising future together!
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