Two Become One Ceremonies
All couples. All denominations
Serving Minnesota & North Dakota
"Two hearts united, and two shall become as one"
Professional Wedding Ceremony Officiant
My name is James Mulvihill and I am the founder and wedding Officiant/Minister of Two Become One Ceremonies. I started Two Become One Ceremonies in September, 2013 out of a passion for helping others who want a unique and memorable ceremony that is also enjoyable and fun. Through strategic partnerships formed over the years, I’ve learned to be flexible and accommodating to each client’s unique needs and preferences. I hope you’ll let me plan your next unforgettable wedding ceremony. You won’t regret it!
PRICE FOR OUR CEREMONIES
* Rehearsals & ceremonies outside the FM area subject to a mileage charge
* Pre-Wedding Questionnaire
* Sand, Rose, Hand Blessing, Wine, Etc., included in Ceremony
* Renew Vows in the Fargo-Moorhead area at NO CHARGE
* Cash, Check, Money Order or Credit Card Accepted
Minnesota Notary Public
* Background Check Completed on Officiant-Minister
* Letter of Good Standing
* Credentials of Ministry
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THE OFFICIANT-MINISTER FEE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:
Fee includes meetings, emails, phone calls & Skype. During our first meeting, we will discuss the Contract and Ceremony.
REHEARSAL AND CEREMONY:
Your personal ceremony will be written for the two of you. Religious or Non-Religious is up to the couple. You may have family or friends do readings, scriptures, prayers and songs. Rehearsals outside the Fargo-Moorhead area have an additional mileage fee.
FILING OF MARRIAGE LICENSE:
After the ceremony, your Marriage License will be completed and mailed out within 48 hours from your wedding day.
Types of Ceremonies
These are different types of ceremonies you can include into your main ceremony!!
The Family Medallion ceremony is a way to include children in the wedding ceremony. This is a great way to build a bond between step-parents and step-children. The recognition of children offers an opportunity for your guests to bear witness not only to your vows as husband and wife but your family commitment as well.
Veil, Cord or Coins:
A Veil symbolizes the oneness of marriage. A Cord symbolizes the unbreakable bond of marriage. Coins symbolize the stewardship of earthly possessions.
Jumping the Broom:
Jumping the broom is a phrase and custom where the couple jumps over a broom. The tradition of Jumping the Broom symbolizes sweeping away the old and welcoming the new–a symbol of a new beginning.
The bride and groom drink from a single glass of wine. This symbolizes drinking from the cup of life and sharing all of its experiences together, both bitter and sweet.
Lighting a Unity Candle during your wedding ceremony is a special way to symbolize your two lives joining together as one.
A Sand Ceremony or Blending of the Sand is a unique way to symbolize two lives becoming one in a wedding ceremony. This is also a great way to incorporate children or family into the wedding.
Unity Canvas Painting:
A fun alternative to the traditional unity candle ceremony or sand ceremony, the Unity Canvas Painting Ceremony lets the couple celebrate their unity ceremony in an artistic way that truly represents themselves.
A Rose/Flower ceremony is a romantic way for the bride and groom to exchange their first gifts as husband and wife.
Love Letter and Wine Box:
A Love Letter and Wine Box ceremony will serve as a lasting reminder of the commitments made to one another. Heartfelt letters, encapsulating your thoughts and feelings are locked away in a wine box to be revealed several years into your marriage. Whiskey, Scotch or Tequila can easily be switched out for the
Ribbons, Butterflies and Bubbles:
Ribbons, Butterflies and Bubbles are a fun way of ending the wedding ceremony. This takes place just before the bride and groom recess down the aisle as husband and wife.
The Mother’s Rose Ceremony is a great way of honoring the Bride & Groom’s mothers or other family members during a wedding ceremony.
The Rose or Flower:
Allows the bride and groom a way for them to show gratitude for the love bestowed upon them.
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