|Sunday||12:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Monday||12:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Tuesday||12:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Wednesday||12:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Thursday||12:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Friday||12:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
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Your Wedding, Your Way
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Called him and left a message. It’s been almost a week but never got a call backJul 8, 2018Verified
Randy B.Jun 27, 2018Verified
Working with Sean was frustrating to the point that we decided to have a friend get ordained and perform the ceremony for us. We hired Sean a full year in advance, and after our first meeting Sean was unresponsive at best and unreliable at worst. About 6 months out, we started putting our ceremony together and requested a written contract from Sean and after 2 months of silence, we reached out to him a second time, this time getting a response. He responded saying he would get a contract to us ASAP. Another month goes by and we got tired of waiting, so we modified a template we found online and sent it to him, so that it was easier for him. Another month goes by (still no contract) and we call to meet with Sean again to go over our ceremony, since when we hired Sean originally, he agreed to meet with us to rehearse the ceremony since he would not be attending the rehearsal. After 2 weeks of calling and emailing him, he returns our call saying that he can’t meet with us since he moved out of state, but would be happy to come the rehearsal. 1 month out, we finally received our written contract signed. One week before the wedding, I call to confirm details to make sure that Sean knows when and where to show up for rehearsal, he drops us with “I can’t make it to the rehearsal, so I will meet up with you guys the morning of and run through everything “. Keep in mind that this is a bit of a destination wedding and would be a 4+ hr drive for Sean (which he was aware of on day 1). After talking through the problems with this, we eventually got Sean to agree to meet us the night before to go over the ceremony. At this point we were so frustrated with the whole situation that we decided to get a friend to fill in last minute and decided to save Sean the trouble. In summary, Sean may be an excellent officiant for all we know, but every step leading up to the ceremony was so painful and laborious that we decided to go another direction. Hire at your own risk.Sep 24, 2017
Sean has literally changed my life! He has been helpful, kind while still challenging me to be the best I can be. I would recommend him to anyone!Aug 9, 2016
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I will perform multiple weddings at the same time. I was once hired to marry a couple and one of their children at the same time. The daughter's groom decided he wanted his own wedding. So it did not happen. The only additional fees involve extra or extensive travelling and overnight stays. If I teach the wedding party to dance, and you are close, there will most likely be no additional charge for the lesson or lessons.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I have a form I use to interview the couple for the required legal and logistical information. Then I just listen to them and help them create their perfect wedding their way. I have written several entire weddings. I have also merely been asked to do only what is necessary to make the wedding legal and nothing more. I work for and with you.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have taught English at the college level since the 70's. I have published a great deal of poetry and prose. I love custom creating vows and ceremonies. I used to run the second largest ballroom dance club in the Capital region. I virtually have a Master's degree in Comparative Religion and Ceremony.