Love is patient. Love is kind. Love never fails.
Meghan & Austin
May 1, 2010
Photographs by Danielle McMillion
April spent a lot of time getting to know us as a couple and personalized our wedding to reflect our relationship. She made us feel important and gave lasting, sound advice. During out wedding, she honored our faith and our relationship with each other.
Jacquie & Larry
June 7, 2014
Photographs by Jordan Coiner
April took the time to listen to us and create a ceremony that connected to us both on a personal feel and also as a new couple. It was a combination of a traditional service with room to include our personalities.
Kathleen and Shawn
June 24, 2017
Photographs by Meredith Sledge Photography
April met with us several times in preparation for our wedding. Not only did this help us prepare for the commitment we were making, it also helped her get to know us as a couple. She artfully crafted a ceremony that told our story in a unique way. It made the day all the more special and memorable.
Jackie and Leslie
February 2, 2019
Photographs by Dave Fretz
When we thought we had no options besides a justice of the peace, a friend suggested we ask April to perform our same-gender wedding. April spent so much time getting to know us and finding out what we wanted our ceremony to look like. We knew it wasn't just a job to her, but an opportunity for her to help celebrate us.
Kaitlin and Justin
June 8, 2019
Photographs by JLA Photography
We could not have asked for a better officiant for our big day. April took extra time to meet with us, getting to know us as a couple and making sure we had discussed many of the important topics prior to our wedding day in regards to our faith and our future. She made our wedding personal to us and exactly what we had imagined and more.
Emily and Brian
June 29, 2019
Photographs by Ryan and Rach Photography
April’s beautiful and thoughtful meditation made our wedding ceremony so special and personal. April focused the meditation around the word “Selah,” which is a word in scripture that means to rest, stop, and reflect. April’s focus on the word “Selah” honored our wedding day and marriage as we wanted to focus on being present in the moment not only at our ceremony but throughout our lives. We were grateful to share a meal and quality time with April and her family prior to our wedding and for the opportunity to reflect on our relationship through April’s recommended readings and counseling session. Thank you, April, for your thoughtful insight and guidance which will greatly benefit us in this next chapter.
Laura and Andrew
July 4, 2020
Photographs by Joy Photography with Jennifer Kearney
April was genuinely interested in learning about our relationship, and blended that information into the ceremony. As an interfaith couple, she honored our families, our religious beliefs, and traditions. Her caring and inclusive manner made our wedding day very special to our family.