Blending tradition with imagination for the special moments in your life
Funeral Services & Memorials
Creating a ceremony that gives respect and honor to the life of your loved one.
I help those left behind to work through your own difficulties while assisting with creating a ceremony that gives respect and honor to the life of the deceased.
Create Your Own Memorial
If you know how you would like to be remembered, why not create your own memorial service right now?
One of the biggest concerns for those you leave behind is what kind of ceremony you should have – and a perfect final gift are instructions for the service you know that you want. It’s also a wonderful way to look at your life with honor – and spend thoughtful moments appreciating all the precious people and experiences of your life.
When you are not looking for a legal wedding ceremony.
A spiritual union, or public affirmation of vows, is a ceremony that is for those who, for one reason or another, choose not to make their ceremony legal. Often this is for couples who have already had a civil union, often privately, and who wish to celebrate their marriage openly and publicly with family and friends. Additionally, some couples also choose this type of ceremony for spiritual, and not legal, purposes.
Renew Your Vows
Renew the commitment to your life partner.
As you look back on the time you have spent with your partner, remember what first brought you together, and what gives new meaning to your relationship now. A vow renewal ceremony, public or private, will transform and deepen your relationship.
Welcome the new addition(s) to your family.
Such joy children bring to our lives! Honor your new family member with a ceremony that gives thanks for his or her life and prepares the new family for the joy and love that will come!
New Home Blessings
Bring meaning to your new purchase.
Bless your new purchase with a ceremony that will create the energy and space to bring years of happiness and success! Additionally, you may wish to “clear” a new home or land, or even one that has been with you for a while but has since gone through a major change such as renovation, new family member, or divorce, just to name a few examples.