Your Rocking Wedding

Wedding Rings

What's Included:
  • Face to Face Complimentary Consultation (to make sure you like us)
  • Our experience and creative juices to help you discover what you want.
  • Custom created ceremony tailored to who you are as individuals and as a couple
  • Peace of mind knowing word for word what your officiant is going to say
  • Unlimited ceremony edits
  • Unlimited ceremony revisions
  • Continuous phone/email contact with your Officiant to ensure your ceremony is exactly what you want
  • Full control over the final draft
  • Access to our amazing network of Wedding Professionals
  • Coordination of your Rehearsal
  • Early arrival at your wedding to chat with the photographer and DJ to make sure all goes as planned
  • Performing and facilitation of your ceremony, of course
  • Fuel / travel to the rehearsal and ceremony within 50km of Officiants Residence
  • legal registration of your marriage
  • The Best Officiants in the Business
  • A large team of “back-up” Officiants incase your Officiant has an emergency and can’t make it
  • A ton of fun!
  • A ceremony you and your guests will remember for the rest of your life!

(Extra travel distances to weddings can be arranged. Just ask.)

Cost: $797 + HST

* We can also do Mandarin and Cantonese translated weddings (+$120)
* Whistler weddings are $997
In BC you have three options for getting legally married.

Justice of the Peace. JP’s, as they’re lovingly called, are completely regulated by the government and there is at least one per community in BC. They’re generally retired, friendly and do as many as 6-8 weddings on a given Saturday or Sunday.

Officiant. These folks are generally retired religious people who retired on friendly enough terms that they were able to keep their ordination and keep marrying people. They’re friendly, have some sort of religious background and have performed many a ceremony in their day.

Religious Organization. These are who you typically see in movies. Priests, Rabbi’s, Pastors, Fathers; you name it, they’re the ones up front usually dressed in religious outfits and reciting traditional speech.