Hiring Rev. Fuller
The documents linked below contain a wealth of information about my services and officiating in general. Most people are understandably, first and foremost, concerned with their budget. I provide a thorough explanation of my fees immediately below.
Finding out if I'm right for your ceremony is as easy as making an inquiry. I'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
If you see a Red thumbtack with the words "Contract Pending" on the calendar linked above, the date and time may still be available. If you see such a conflict, I will be happy to contact the couple to see if they intend to confirm their booking.
As the state of Florida authorizes notaries public to solemnize marriages, I am fortunate to be able to offer assistance to couples who prefer a secular officiant or do not mind having a notary perform their ceremony when I am unavailable to do so.
What Won't You Do?
Hopefully you have seen there is an awful lot I can do to help make your wedding or commitment ceremony uniquely meaningful. You might be thinking, "Sounds great, but what's the catch? Where does this lady draw the line?" Fair enough, this document tells you exactly where I draw the line.
Your Officiant Matters
How To Find an Officiant You Adore
Some people are surprised when I recommend they speak to a number of officiants before deciding whom to hire. After all, I should be trying to grab their business, right? I have good reasons for this and try to explain why your officiant matters. I am confident I can do a phenomenal job for you, but that is your decision to make and it should be an informed one.
Most bridal couples are concerned with the cost of their nuptials so understandably their first question is generally regarding fees. I completely sympathize. I explain my fees in detail and believe in open, fair and consistent pricing policies. Everyone should have access to professional and competent officiating, so I am willing to work with a couples on tight budgets to make it happen.
In order for you and your officiant to work together to make sure your wedding is as close to perfect as possible, it is important to know what is reasonable to expect of one another.
Frequently Asked Questions
This document may contain much more information than you think you will ever need, but it does cover questions I receive on a fairly regular basis so it probably is worth scrolling through to see if anything applies to your situation.