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About this pro
We couldn't have asked for a better officiant for our wedding. She was very flexible with our needs and made our ceremony perfect!Jun 2, 2018VerifiedNicki P.'s reply
Thank you so much! I really enjoyed working with you! Hope you have a long and happy marriage!
Nicki was great to work with from the pre-marriage counseling sessions through the wedding ceremony! She is a very kind person who will work with you to create the ceremony you want. Many of our guest commented on how much they liked the non-traditional vows in the ceremony that Nicki created for us. Nicki was prompt and professional for the rehearsal and ceremony. We highly recommend Nicki!Sep 3, 2017
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge $225.00 for weddings outside of Williamsburg where I live but still in the Hampton Roads, Norfolk, Richmond area. $25 discount for students, veterans and military personnel I charge $350.00 to $700 for weddings in Northern Virginia and the D.C. area. Within Williamsburg I charge $150.00. For a simple courthouse wedding in Williamsburg, I charge $100.00. Premarital Counseling is $300.00 for three one hour sessions. Relationship Counseling is $75 per hour Packages Premium $800 Includes newly expanded 4 session Premarital Counseling; help in creating vows; mtgs. by phone and in person Rehearsal, wedding, paperwork, travel +150 to completely customize vows Deluxe $450 Includes initial meeting by phone or in person Individualized customized vows Rehearsal, Wedding, Paperwork, Travel Standard $225 Includes initial meeting by phone or in person Help creating vows Rehearsal, Wedding, Paperwork, Travel Simple Courthouse Style Wedding $100 Includes phone conversation Standard Civil or Religious vows Travel, Paperwork
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?After a couple responds to my bid, I talk with them on the phone. Typically we will have an in person meeting. I learn what type of ceremony they are interested in having. And I get to know them more as people which is important to the overall meaningfulness of the ceremony. I provide templates and suggestions for the actual ceremony. We then will email back and forth about the vows and any concerns they may have. I will show up and lead rehearsal, if needed. If a couple decides they want premarital counseling, we will meet at their home or on FaceTime for three sessions. I show up early on wedding day to complete paperwork and address any last minute concerns. It is important to me that couples don't worry about me showing up. I focus on the ceremony itself and the words I am saying as I speak to help them feel the seriousness of this action. Yet, it is also joyful and I try to convey that as well. I see officiating at weddings as a ministry. I hope to offer my loving presence at a greatly significant event/transition in a couple's lives.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am always looking for new literature to read in the field. I frequently check out the bookstore or library for new editions on the subject of marriage and premarital, marital counseling. I have discovered many rituals online that I preserve in my online library to suggest to future couples, for example: Sand Ceremony; Unity Candle; Hand Fasting Ceremony; Celtic Knot Ceremony; etc. I am a graduate of seminary with a Masters in Divinity. I have a license to perform marriages in the State of Virginia. I have a two year certificate from The Well Spiritual Direction School to provide Spiritual Direction also known as Life Coaching. I have a Stephen Ministry Certification obtained after six months of course work.