Your Ceremony
Prepared and Celebrated
by a Professional Officiant

Because the secular ceremony is a personal choice, I propose to make it a unique moment just like you.

So that your ceremony is truly a reflection of your love and that it remains forever unforgettable, we will relive together the highlights of your meeting, the story of your love.Then you will choose the ritual and the musics as well as the guest speakers.

Then, I will write the text of your ceremony from A to Z by harmonizing all its key moments as well as the speeches of your relatives, whom I will be happy to help if they wish.

Finally, I will be there on D-Day to transmit with benevolence the values and history of your couple by orchestrating the interventions of your loved ones, the possible rituals and music.

But that's not all. After D-Day, I will offer you the book of your ceremony, both printed and digital, which will include the texts of the ceremony and speeches, the questionnaires and our preparation correspondence as well as some surprises ... so that your memory becomes the memory of a lifetime.

How to Give your Ceremony
More Dimension

Aware that singing mixed with the spoken word raises the message far beyond words, I propose to celebrate your ceremony in song.

From your entrances to your exit, through the exchange of your vows and rings, and perhaps during a ritual, I will sing the songs you have chosen by adapting my voice to the desired style.

In all simplicity, my singing will bring a more spiritual, moving, funny, or participative dimension. You choose . Whatever your choice, songs will come to support and reinforce every moment of your ceremony for your pleasure and of your guests'...

Listen to some samples sung by Eric...

Your Ceremony celebrated
by a Close Friend or Relative
under my Coaching

Have you already chosen among your loved ones who will celebrate your ceremony?

But this is not their job and a little help would be welcome ?

I propose to guide your officiant and prepare him or her through each step of the preparation so that they feel comfortable on D-day, as structured and at ease as a "pro ".