Pricing & Process
Straightforward pricing for down-to-earth couples.
Peak dates: $650
Off peak dates: $350
My fee includes everything to get you legally married: writing and conducting the ceremony, my travel to and from the ceremony, submitting your license, and coordinating with any other vendors supporting the wedding.
One of the ways I'm able to offer reasonable flat fees is that my service area is limited to Boston proper and some adjoining towns. Please confirm your ceremony city or town when you get in touch.
If Boston is a destination wedding or elopement for you, I also have deep lists of outdoor locations, photographers, florists, and a wide range of restaurants and dessert spots if you want splash out for your wedding day. The vendors I recommend represent Boston's real diversity, and are allies of the Black, BIPOC, and LGBTQ+ experiences.
Adventure locations are possible (just ask!) and may incur additional fees. Boston Harbor Island weddings are awesome, for instance, and are an additional $295 flat fee to cover travel time and expenses.
Saturdays + Sundays in May, June, July, August, September, and October, plus holidays and special calendar events.
Off Peak Dates
Saturdays + Sundays in November, December, January, February, March, and April, plus Monday through Friday year round, and excluding holidays and special calendar events.
June 12, Pride Day, is discounted for LGBTQIA couples.
June 19th, and all of February, are discounted for Black/BIPOC couples.
Get in touch so I can check my availability. Or set up a complimentary call if you want to make sure we click.
Confirm your date by signing a booking form and paying a retainer.
Fill out just one questionnaire with a few key questions and some multiple choice. It's an easy assignment.
Have a plan for getting your marriage license. (I'll send you a reminder, too.)
Show up for your wedding and get married!
Yeah, that's it.
It isn't rocket science. It's you two, standing vulnerably and boldly in front of your community to express your love and commitment to each other.
I refuse to over-complicate it!
Or check out the FAQ if you want allllll the details.