Weddings with Doyle
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Robert Doyle McDaniel
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
My pricing has more to do with time of preparation, travel to location, whether I have to rent a tux or not, rehearsal etc. As each wedding is different and customized so also is the wedding quote. It is difficult to quote until we know all the details.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
My goal is to provide as many telephone and in person consultations as the customer feels necessary to plan their wedding to their satisfaction. After all, it is they who are getting married and it ought to be a happy, joyous occasion without any hitches, that is, of course, only memorable ones.?
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
At my age, I have matriculated in "the University of Life, College of Hard Knocks." Besides life experience as a pastor, publication executive, husband, father, grandfather and even a great grandfather, I hold a BA degree with a Major in English and minor in Psychology as well as a Master of Divinity degree from Seminary. I was ordained to the ministry August 28, 1958. I perform non religious and non denominational Christian ceremonies. I have performed ceremonies for Roman Catholics, Orthodox, Baptist, Presbyterian, Lutheran and several other Christian denominations. I have done ceremonies for couples of mixed religious heritages. I have worked with a translator to do my first Spanish and English ceremony. That Mexican couple were very happy with the results. I have done marriages of mixed nationalities. Korean, Serbian, Mexican, African-American. People deserve a meaningful, ceremony of their design executed in a warm, heart felt manner. That is what makes an interview so important.