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Toledo Wedding Officiant Ceremony Questionaire. 

The following questionaire as completed by the Bride and Groom and returned to your Officiant will help the Officiant develop a script for your ceremony.  Wedding Scripts are reviewed with the Officiant and the Bride and Groom before final use.  This Questionaire is copyright 2013, Toledo Wedding Officiant.  All rights reserved.

  • Date of Ceremony -
  • Time of Ceremony -
  • Location of Ceremony -
  • Bride's maiden name, with middle name, if used in Ceremony -
  • Groom's name, with middle name is used in Ceremony -
  • If applicable, time and location of rehearsal-
  • Will there be pre-Ceremony music - 
  • Who is providing Ceremony music -
  • Will there be a seating of the mothers -
    • If yes, by whom -
    • Will there be a special song for this -
  • How many in the Bridal Party -
  • Is there a Ring Bearer and Flower Girl -
  • Is it Ok for the Best Man to hold the rings until needed in the Ceremony -
  • Will the Groomsmen walk up the aisle with the Bridesmaids -
    • If no, is it OK for the Groomsmen to cone in with the Groom and Officiant -
  • In what order are the Bridal Party people coming up the aisle -
  • Will there be a separate song for the Bridal Party to enter to -
    • If so, what song -
  • Will the Bride be escorted up the aisle -
    • If yes, by whom -
  • Will there be a separate song for the Bride's entrance -
    • If yes, what song -
  • Is the Bride's escort going to say anything when giving her away -
  • Is it OK for the Officiant to write the opening greeting -
    • If not, what is to be said -
  • Will there be a first reading -
    • If so, what is being read -
    • If so, who is reading -
  • Pick one or more options for the vows, or write something different -
    • The Bride and Groom write their own vows and read them to each other -
    • The Officiant will read vows for the Bride and Groom to repeat back to each other -
    • The Officiant will read vows that the Bride and Groom can answer, "I do" to -
  • Is there any specific verbiage to be used in the vows or should the Officiant select what is said -
  • Is there a sand or candle ceremony -
    • If yes, give details -
    • If yes, is it OK for the Officiant to write the verbiage for this or what do you want said -
  • Will there be a second reading -
    • If so, what is being read -
    • If so, who is reading -
  • Will there be a ring ceremony -
    • If yes, is it OK for the Officiant to write verbiage for this -
    • If yes, is it OK for the Officiant to give verbiage to the Bride and Groom to repeat back to each other -
    • If no, what verbiage is to be used -
  • Are there any other special events planned for this ceremony -
    • If yes, give the details -
  • How do the Bride and Groom wish to be formally announced at the end fo the ceremony -
  • Is there a recessional song being played -
    • If yes, what song -
  • Is there a receiving line at the end of the ceremony -
  • Should the Officiant release the rows of guests -
    • If no, who will -