Hired 30 times
21 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Credit card, Cash, Paypal
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Photos and Videos
18 photos and 2 videos
Type of ceremony
Service type (affiliation)
Non-denominational (mentions God),
Non-religious (no mention of God)
Rev Ron was everything we hoped for and more. He made us feel instantly at ease upon our very 1st meeting. He made sure to make the wedding about us and our kids and had great ideas on how to incorporate them in to the ceremony. He understood our want for the tradition as well as a little whimsy and worked with us at every turn. He truly helped make this a memorable day for all. Thank you so much. We will cherish these memories forever.Feb 20, 2018Verified
Great job Rev.RonOct 30, 2017Verified
Rev Ron made finding an officiant and planning the marriage ceremony a pleasant experience.Oct 19, 2017Verified
I really am glad we found Rev Ron. We will be hiring him again for our big wedding. He was perfect in every sense! And his wife is a woman who will remain in our hearts always. She took our pictures. Thank you both! ❤️Sep 23, 2017VerifiedRev Ron Weddings's reply
Thank you Christina for your kind words. Rev Ron and Debbie
Rev Ron was amazing! For us he was pretty last minute when our first plans fell through, but he made it not seem like it. He made sure to ask questions we didn't even think about and made the wedding custom to how we wanted it. My husband and I did a handfasting and Rev Ron knew exactly what it was and even went through the colors meaning which we did not even think about. Could not ask for a better ReverendJul 20, 2017
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My fees start at $150 for an elopement, plus travel fees if more than 50 miles one way. Standard wedding is $200 and up Mon-Thurs and $250 and up Fri-Sun. $25 active duty military only (does not apply to elopement).
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?During our consultation we get to know each other and discuss their ideas of what the ceremony should look like. We incorporate those ideas to reflect their beliefs, traditions and personalities. The topics we go over are the length of the ceremony, the style, personal readings, processional, recessional, personal vows, honoring passed loved ones, honoring the parents, and the ceremony outline. The ceremony script is approved in advance by the couple.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?The education and training of 80,000 couples married in Las Vegas. I spent close to 20 years there performing 100+ weddings a week, averaging 5,000 weddings per year in the marriage capitol of the world. Most ministers and officiants can only claim less than 500. The key question you must ask of all your vendors is, "How many weddings have you done?" An experienced officiant is one that can remain calm during the ceremony when babies cry, cell phones ring, a fire truck goes by, the bride faints, or the groom backs out during the ceremony. Yes, I've experienced all of that. An experienced officiant will confirm you have your personal vows, your cell phone ringer is off, the best man has the rings, and all the elements required for the ceremony are ready to go. It's more about prevention than reaction to something missed.