Great Officiants

COVID GUIDELINES

for our Wedding Ceremonies:

During these unprecedented times, safety is still the most important issue.

We take our safety and the safety of you and your friends and family seriously during these times and follow the required guidelines set forth by the CDC and State orders.

As of June 15 2021 the guidance for masks had been updated.

All of our Officiants have been fully vaxed.

If getting Married at a Venue their requirements are what is to be followed.

NOTE: Presenting false vaccine documents or lying about vaccine status is unlawfull and puts others in jeopardy. Please be honest.

On Location (venues, homes etc)

FOR OUTDOOR CEREMONIES

Guests who have been “fully vaxed” are NOT required to wear a mask.  If the guests have NOT been fully vaxed, it is recommended that they wear one.

We are not the mask police on this, and it is YOUR responsibility to communicate the current mask requirements to your guests.

FOR INDOOR CEREMONIES

Guests who have been “fully vaxed” are NOT required to wear a mask.  If the guests have NOT been fully vaxed it is STRONGLY recommended that they wear one.

We are not the mask police on this, and it is YOUR responsibility to communicate the current mask requirements to your guests.

AT OUR WEDDING CHAPELS

Indoor Chapel:

The Wedding Couple and ALL Guests (5 or older) MUST show valid Proof of Vaccination to enter Chapel. No proof - no entry - no exceptions.

All guests over 2 years old MUST wear a mask at all times covering their nose and mouth. If their mask is worn improperly falling below their nose or mouth they will be asked to leave. The Couple may remove their mask during the ceremony. If the couple or guests do not comply with these requests the wedding will end.

Outdoor Tropical Terrace:

Masks are recommended but not required.

Marriage License Issuing:

The Couple MUST BE MASKED AT ALL TIMES

REMEMBER

All masks should be properly worn covering the nose and mouth. If your guests who are required to wear a mask remove their masks during the ceremony, the officiant is instructed to stop the ceremony until they re-mask appropriately.

If at any time the Officiant feels that they are in an unsafe environment, they have been instructed to stop the ceremony process and try to resolve any safety issues or leave the location if unsafe.

We understand that no one really wants to wear a mask and that you might not want masks in your pictures, but we are still in a pandemic and special precautions must be followed.

We thank you for your very kind understanding and for helping us follow these guidelines to keep everyone safe.

If you have any questions let us know.

This will be updated as conditions change.