Don't let COVID-19 stop you from getting married.
With two witnesses (or more), the couple, and myself (the officiant) we can have a virtual wedding that is heartfelt, personal, and certainly memorable! I can help you with the legal details and provide a wonderful ceremony using Zoom, FaceTime, or Skype.
"Under the circumstances, yes, I would consider that to be a legitimate wedding. The requirements are that the witnesses observe the couple signing the marriage certificate, and that they sign the certificate saying that they did so. That means that the witnesses must observe – potentially, electronically – the couple signing; and that the certificate would need to be mailed to the witnesses and/or officiant, whoever is participating in a location other than where the couple are, for signing. The fully signed certificate would then have to come back to the Auditor’s Office for recording." San Juan County Auditor
"We are so grateful for your willing spirit and adventurous attitude in officiating our zoom wedding yesterday. The result was an unforgettable beginning to our life together!"---content bride
“We were very happy with the service Didier performed on our wedding day. I was most impressed with his desire to make the ceremony what we wanted and his sensitivity to our preferences. I would recommend him to any couple looking for an officiant."
To schedule an appointment for a free complementary consult, text or call 360.298.0362 or orcasdidier (@) gmail.com
See one of my elopement ceremonies at Mt. Constitution, Moran State Park on Orcas Island.
When we husband our relationship, the fruits of the harvest are friendship, love, support, connection, and so much more.
Sunset at Lopez Island