Choosing to have a loved one perform your wedding ceremony is a trend that’s here to stay. It adds genuine depth and meaning to your memory and wedding experience. And it’s a great honor for your friend or family member.
But officiating a wedding is also a lot of work!
Choosing to have a loved one perform your wedding ceremony is a trend that’s here to stay. It adds genuine depth and meaning to your memory and wedding experience. And it’s a great honor for your friend or family member. But officiating a wedding is also a lot of work!
You didn't settle for your partner
Your don't have to settle for your ceremony either.
At Swoon Union, I believe that you shouldn’t have to choose between the comfort of a loved one AND the ease of a professional. Swoon Union’s Wedding Ceremony Writing service is everything but the officiant. It’s professionally written, pressure-free, and personally delivered.
It’s a custom, personalized wedding ceremony script written and designed by me, with your participation and voice, to be delivered by your loved one. It’s designed for your friend or family member to marry you with confidence, ease, and a joy – creating a ceremony and atmosphere that feels like YOU - not just a formality.
You need help writing and organizing a custom ceremony that’s as real and unique as your love story
You have an idea about what you do and don’t want, but aren’t sure how to accomplish it
You and your soon-to-be spouse have a friend or family member in mind to perform your marriage ceremony, but you don’t want your ceremony to become a burden for your loved one
You want a personalized wedding ceremony that’s: Lighthearted yet Reverent, Personalized AND Relatable, Non-religious yet spiritual, Warm AND Inclusive
– Darcy & Gunnar
“We both cherished that our families got to hear about the deepest parts of our relationship, in a way they never would have been able to without Swoon Union. So many ceremonies scratch the surface of a couple, but ours was personal in a way that felt really special to us. We also loved that our beloved cousin was the one to be the bearer of something so special!”
– Courtney & Kat
“Michelle was the perfect person to help us navigate the scary task of writing our own ceremony for our friend to perform. As an event planner, I can vouch for her professionalism and experience with crafting unique and intimate ceremonies. I highly recommend her to all people who are looking for genuine advice on how to connect with your partner during the stressful wedding process! Absolutely amazing experience with her.”
“We can’t say enough good things about Michelle! We would not have gotten through our wedding without her. She talked us through every step of the way and really made us feel comfortable and confident with every decision we made. Not only did she make us feel good on our wedding day but helped us connect with each other throughout the whole process which is priceless. Thanks, Michelle. We love you!”
– Jenna & Michael
“We dreamed of a meaningful, genuine, sentimental ceremony. Michelle helped us and my brother bring it to life. Working with her put us completely at ease because we knew the ceremony was going to be so unique, full of love, and special. We’re so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Michelle and highly recommend her!”
– Colleen & Patrick
“What can I say about Michelle except how amazing she is?! My husband and I were married in Scotland. While Michelle wasn’t able to marry us there, her magic ceremony writing was felt that day. Never before had I thought that we could have such a beautiful, meaningful ceremony! From the beginning she asked meaningful questions, all of which made the process enjoyable and easy. Thank you for everything, Michelle!”
– Lexi & Randy
“We worked with Michelle to write our ceremony for my sister to perform as our officiant. She wrote the most heartful, thoughtful and beautiful ceremony for us. She managed to show our individuality in the ceremony, while also showing our partnership. She weaved in our families and friends and she told our love-story in a way that allowed everyone else to step into it for a day. We could not have asked for anything more in a ceremony.”