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ASK CHAPLAIN ROYAL… I was asked if I would “coach” someone’s friend, who went online and got ordained, to merry them.  I declined the offer, and this is why… An officiant is much more than a person who signs a document, legally.  This person is single handedly responsible for the rhythm of the ceremony, as

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Ask Chaplain Royal

ASK CHAPLAIN ROYAL… I have received a couple of emails asking, “What is a divorce ceremony?”  That is a good question, especially since we have not experienced many of them, here in the Mid-West. Coming together to form a union of love, trust and relationship involves more than just two people.  It also involves their

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Wedding Rehearsal Tips

I always tell couples, the week before the ceremony you need to realize that all the planning is now ready to put into place.  The professionals now have a job to do.  Let them do it!  Here are five tips that can help keep your rehearsal; productive, stress-free, and light hearted. 1. It is paramount

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Ask Chaplain Royal

A Question for Chaplain Royal… “What do we do if one of us wants to write our own vows and the other does not?” Your weddings vows are just that, YOUR vow, pledge, commitment to one-another.  As such, the words you share should be what resonates with you.  If one of you wants to write

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Ask Chaplain Royal

A Question for Chaplain Royal… “Who should we invite to the rehearsal dinner?”  Those whom should be included on the guest list are: the bride and groom, all attendants (bridesmaids and groomsman) and their spouses or partners, the couple’s immediate families, and the officiant/minister and spouse.  If the budget and seating allows, a nice gesture

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Out of Town Guests

Will you have out-of-town guests with you at your wedding ceremony?  Let’s talk about how you can help make it easy on those who are traveling long distances.  It is important to pay particular attention to your out-of-town guests. Traveling to you will cost the average guest between $500 to $1500 per person when you

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Your Omaha Wedding Officiant or Minister

“I wear many “hats” while serving you as your officiant/minister. My work in helping you co-author your ceremony will lead me to be a Producer, Director, Choreographer, Truth Teller, Teleprompter, and Stress Reduction Specialist so that you”

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Having a Friend Marry You Is Cheaper, Right?

Anyone can go on line and in a manner of minutes you are authorized to officiate weddings in most states and counties in the US.  You have a friend or family member who is willing to do that for you, so it only make sense right? I am sure there are many couples out there

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Physical Touch

Are you connecting by touch, enough.  Healthy relationships have all forms of physical touch.  And that touch is not always under the covers!   Physical Touch to some, is a very important aspect of the relationship.  It is about holding hands, snuggling on the sofa, piggy back rides, back pats, arm rubs, and…  We know

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Quality Time

Are you spending enough time together?  I don’t mean being in the same house or same room.  I don’t even mean sitting on the same sofa!  Are you fully present for your loved one when they need you?  That means no phones, no texting, no TV, no computers, no games…  It IS about eye contact,

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