1.  How can I verify your credentials?

     Answer:  The Secretary of State maintains a list of marriage officiants in the state of Nevada who have been licensed and approved by the state's county clerks.  You can search the list by following this link:  http://www.nvsos.gov/MinisterPublicApp/SearchHome.aspx.

2.  Where do I obtain my marriage license?

The Clark County Marriage License Bureau is located in downtown Las Vegas.  More information can be found on their website:  https://weddings.vegas

3.  What is an elopement?

     Answer:  An elopement is often used to refer to marriage conducted in sudden and secretive fashion, usually involving hurried flight away from one's place of residence together with one's beloved with the intention of getting married.  Today the term "elopement" is colloquially used for any marriage performed in haste, with a limited public engagement period or without a public engagement period.  Find more information here:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elopement_(marriage).

4.  What is a marriage officiant?

     Answer:    A person who officiates at a wedding ceremony.  Their main responsibility is to receive and witness the consent of the intended spouses and to ensure the legal formalities, and hence the validity of the marriage or civil union, are observed.

5.  Do you officiate same-sex marriages?

     Answer:  Yes!

6.  What can I expect from you as my officiant?

     Answer:  I ask all of my clients to complete a questionnaire so I can get a better understanding of who you are as a couple.  I email you at least two ceremony options (you can decide the length of time, the word choice, the vows, etc.).  I provide you with a list of wedding day tips.  I can connect you with budget-friendly vendors.  I arrive early to your location.  I never book more than one wedding a day so you have my full attention and service.