Frequently Asked Questions

I understand you have questions and I am more than happy to answer them. Getting married is serious and one of, if not most important day of your life. I am a rather resourceful person and I will look forward to answering any questions you may have. ~ Travis

Do you work with ALL couples?

Yes!  I am honored to work with ALL couples in planning and officiating your special wedding moment!

Do you perform non-religious wedding ceremonies?

Yes, I work with couples of all faiths and traditions in planning your ceremony and making your special day exactly what you are envisioning.  I specialize in custom, unique ceremonies that reflect your specific desires and needs.

Do I have to apply for my Washington, DC marriage license in person?

No, as your officiant I am able to apply for and secure your marriage license and save you the time and hassle of going to the courthouse on two different occasions. In all other states you are required to apply in person.

How much advance notice is needed to secure my officiating services?

Typically, the more advance notice the better as to allow time to effectively plan and create a wedding ceremony unique to you as the couple. However, I am able to officiate your wedding or elopement with very little notice depending on my availability.

Can you meet with us in person, talk over the phone, FaceTime and/or Skype?

Yes, absolutely I am more than happy to meet with you in person if you are in the area. And if you are from out of town I am more than happy to talk with you over the phone or via FaceTime or Skype if you would prefer. I strongly believe meeting and getting to know each other assists in us working together in creating a wedding ceremony that reflects your love and happiness as the couple getting married!

Can you suggest locations that are free and do not require a permit for small, intimate weddings?

Yes, I am more than happy to suggest mostly outdoor locations that are free and do not require a permit for small, intimate weddings. I can further explain this option when we meet.

Do we need witnesses for our ceremony?

It is not required in most states to have a witness for your wedding ceremony.

Feel the Love?

I look forward to being a part of your journey of love when you Tie The Knot. Thank you in advance for your consideration and please feel free to contact me directly with any questions or concerns you may have!

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