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- Taryn A.
I had some odd-job admin work from being out of town for weeks. I posted late, and she was one of the first to respond. Showed up on time the next am ready to tackle my list. She stayed busy, on task, and generally made my life easier. She even updated my clocks! I highly recommend Jacqueline for any job - she is through, trustworthy, personable, and I will absolutely use her again!! THANK YOU THUMBTACK :)Mar 23, 2016Verified
- Christina G.
Jacqueline performed a beautiful wedding ceremony. She was very eloquent and professional and her timing was perfect. I appreciate the fact that she drove 1.5 hours to my venue location. I would recommend her highly. Exceptional service we received.Oct 3, 2019Verified
- Reagan M.
We loved having Jacqueline for our big day! Even with all of the day-of chaos, she took the time to confirm details with me and make sure everything was ready to go. She was very well spoken and her words paired great with our written vows. Highly recommend!! Thank you again!Sep 28, 2019Verified
- Carolyn G.
I’m very thankful to her for such a taking my dog last minute she made it easy and helped me out tremendously. My doggy came back happy and bathed and healthy!Jul 19, 2019Verified
- Clint D.
Jacqueline is very professional and did a great job watching my cat while I was on vacation. I would recommend her highly.Jul 5, 2016Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My base price is $200 for ceremonies within a one hour radius from my home in Portland. A $25 fee is applied for ceremonies 1-3 away. There is a $50 fee for the ceremony rehearsal if it is on a different day.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I usually do an initial phone consult to discuss basic logistics and to see if we’d be a good fit, after which I bill to secure booking. I then meet with the couple (via videoconference these days) to go over details about their relationship and what they want their ceremony to feel like. From there, a script is drafted and shared for approval, though I reserve the right to make minor changes for ease of oration.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I was an event coordinator for a catering company in Austin and have been to hundreds of weddings. Then my best friend was asked to officiate her brother’s wedding and asked for my help creating the script and timeline; it was so fun and I loved the idea of facilitating a ceremony based on love and commitment!