Charleston, SC Area Wedding Officiant Services:
(North Charleston, Moncks Corner, Summerville, Ladson, Goose Creek, Hanahan, Johns Island, Wadmalaw Island, James Island, Mt. Pleasant)
$300 (Monday – Thursday)
$350 (Friday – Sunday)
Outlying Charleston Areas: (Folly Beach, Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, Awendaw…); Monday – Thursday only; $350
Military Discount; $25
- Traditional and Non-denominational Wedding Vows
- Vows including your children
- Additional Ceremony options: Sand Unity, Hand Fasting, Jump The Broom… (materials not provided)
Ceremony Rehearsal / Pre-Wedding Meeting – $150
- Coordination for every element of your wedding ceremony.
- Rehearsals are usually held the day prior of your wedding day.
- A Pre-Wedding meeting is based on availability.
I will work closely with you to assist in choosing the best location for your Charleston, SC wedding.
I can even take care of filing your marriage license for you AFTER the ceremony if you’d like.
Elopement Ceremonies Charleston, SC
A big wedding isn’t for everyone. You may opt to elope because you have to postpone your wedding, or you don’t want to be the center of attention, or you are trying to save money for your life together. Regardless, just because you’re eloping doesn’t mean you can’t have a professional officiant do it.
Stephen Palmer Weddings offers elopement ceremonies in Charleston, SC. We are the right team to contact if you are planning to elope with the love of your life.
Factors To Consider Before You Elope
Below are some of the essential things you need to considerto help get you straight to your happily ever after with as little stress as possible.
Check The Law
Marriage laws vary in different states. Therefore you need to check the direction of your state before eloping. Do you need a license? How long will it take? What are the necessary credentials? Are witnesses required? These are questions you need to ask yourself if you want your elopement to go off without a problem. You should also book an officiant who can marry you unless you are getting married at a courthouse.
Book Your Travel And Find Your Vendors
It is essential to make travel arrangements as early as possible to save money and relieve stress. While your elopement destination doesn’t have to be an exotic faraway locale, it is something you should consider during planning. Consider the place that will be of significance for the two of you. The location should be memorable.
Plan The Ceremony
Although Elopements have fewer moving parts than a large wedding, there’s still a need for advanced ceremony planning. What will you wear? Where will the ceremony take place? Do you want a bouquet? As much as it is not a large wedding, you still want your elopement moment to be unique. An elopement is also a great way to steer away from tradition and pick an outfit that may be more streetwear.
Throw A Post Elopement Party
Eloping means it’s a private celebration, just you and your partner. But it is essential to invite a few friends and family to a reception after saying ‘I do’ to celebrate with you. Alternatively, you can postpone the celebration or do it on your first anniversary or something of the sort.
People Also Ask
What Is Eloping?
Eloping is getting married without telling anyone, especially your parents and relatives.
Is It Better To Elope Or Have A Wedding?
Elopement is cheaper than having a wedding ceremony. It only allows you to focus on your honeymoon.
Does Eloping Have To Be A Secret?
No, eloping doesn’t have to be a secret. Your marriage is essential to celebrate with the people who matter most to you, and that should include your family.
The Best Elopement Wedding Officiant In Charleston, SC
Do you want to keep your wedding simple and intimate just for your family and close friends? Stephen Palmer Weddings, the best wedding officiant in Charleston, SC, can help you achieve a quick and stress-free ceremony. On the day of your elopement, our professional officiant performs a standardized ceremony and takes care of signing and filing your marriage license. See? Stress-free!