Greg Trulson

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    When couples decide to use my services as a Justice of the Peace, I begin by emailing samples of ceremonies that I have written to help them start thinking about what they might want included as part of their ceremony. I make sure each couple has the opportunity to provide as much input they wish for their ceremony. The ceremony can be short and simple, or creative and unique. We include any words couples like to use and exclude any words they do not wish said. Usually couples have something special they want to share when it comes to vows, so I encourage them to write their own. However, I do have vows already written if couples prefer not to write their own. With the input couples give me, I use this as a starting point for creating their ceremony. I remind each couple, this is their ceremony, so we will create it including any traditions, readings or family members they wish to include. If couples choose not to provide input, that’s OK too, but I make sure everyone has the opportunity to make this ceremony their own.

    I travel throughout Vermont to officiate weddings at any location.

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Vendor Category: OfficiantsVendor Tags: celebrants, ceremony, justice of the peace, justices, ministers, officiating, pastors, vermont, Waterbury, and wedding officiants