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Dan Jenkins

Chaplain Dan Jenkins is a former pastor and the current owner of Heaven's Touch Weddings. He has earned a liberal arts degree, and degrees in ministry and theology. A Vietnam combat veteran in the US Army; former Instructor with the Dale Carnegie Course; and has worked extensively in Haiti, as well as with Haitians in the USA. Dan loves cross-cultural situations, which has worked well for him in the wedding ministry he now does full time. You can find out more information on Chaplain Dan's business at www.HeavensTouchWeddings.com.
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Personalizing Vows

The part of the ceremony where the Bride and Groom respond "I Do" is called the Questions of Intent. It was originally designed to make sure the Bride and Groom were there of their own free will, and that they actually intend to get married.

Wedding Etiquette - Stand For The Bride

My experience in officiating as many as 12 weddings in a month has given me a unique insight into wedding etiquette. Some of the trends today concern me, because it appears that people are not very interested in showing respect to other people in ordinary social situations. Either that, or they just have not been made aware of how their behavior impacts other people. I've heard it said that when courtesy is eroded, civilizations decline. That is an interesting thought.

Paying Wedding Vendors

Many wedding vendors, including myself, require payment in advance. The main reason why I require advance payment is that I do not want the wedding marred by having to deal with business.

Tips On Tips

Yesterday the bride handed me a tip after the wedding ceremony. As an officiant, I do not expect tips. I build all my costs into my fee, and I know the couple is having to put out so much money, that it is unreasonable to expect more money via a tip. I accepted the tip yesterday because it would have been ungracious to not accept it, and I received it as it was meant: a high compliment from the bride and groom.

Choosing A Wedding Officiant

Price and availability may be a great way to choose a rental car, but they should not be top priorities in choosing a clergyman to officiate your wedding. Personality, creative abilities, ceremony flexibility, experience, dependability, integrity, and other factors are really more important.




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