Ceremony With Honor Promises One Stop Shopping For The Modern Bride

Baltimore, MD (PressExposure) April 24, 2008 -- In today's high-tech and fast paced world, new brides often assume they can take on the challenge of wedding planning on their own. Turning to the Internet, brides-to-be search tirelessly for vendors, advice, and tricks of the trade. As their once distant wedding dates approach and time slips away, brides scramble to make their wedding day dreams into reality.

While brides typically book their caterers and reception halls months or even years in advance, smaller, yet essential details are frequently overlooked, particularly when it comes to one of the wedding's key players, the wedding minister or officiant. An officiant can truly make or break your wedding day. While the investment in a minister or officiant is considerably lower than that for a photographer or florist, the officiant performs one of life's most sacred and highly anticipated rituals. Without him or her, a wedding cannot take place. Ceremony with Honor, founded by Reverend Honor Ahern, a licensed officiant serving Maryland, Delaware, and Southern Pennsylvania, not only offers individualized secular ceremonies for the discerning bride, but collaborates with engaged couples throughout the planning process in floral design, bridal beauty, vendor referral, and event coordination. Working with brides on every step of the planning process, Ceremony with Honor develops strong relationships with their clients, providing a sense of security and stability during one of life's most exciting, yet stressful occasions.

With its team of experienced wedding and special event professionals, Ceremony with Honor is truly a one stop shop for the modern bride. More than just a wedding officiant, Ceremony with Honor becomes an integral component of the entire event, managing the planning, preparation, and execution of wedding and reception time lines, vendor relations, floral arrangements, and even hair design. Reverend Honor Ahern, the company's founder, and her partner, Reverend Nicole Jones, come with 15 years of combined wedding industry experience. As a former event coordinator for Gramercy Mansion, Honor Ahern honed her organizational skills and design aesthetic, while cultivating an extensive list of vendor contacts within the industry. At Ceremony with Honor, she provides her wedding know-how and creative flair as a top notch wedding planner and rehearsal coordinator. Jones, also a non-denominational minister and one-time client of Ceremony with Honor, creates stunning floral arrangements to suit every taste, from simple to sublime. Utilizing Ahern's 12 years of hair design experience, Ceremony with Honor also offers on-site bridal beauty packages to ensure that every client looks as good as she feels on her special day.

From the time you pop the question to the moment you say "I do", Ceremony with Honor delivers a custom experience to all of its diverse clients. Whether planning a small garden ceremony or a lavish ballroom affair, Ceremony with Honor guides its clients each step of the way. Entrusted with the details of the big event, Ceremony with Honor allows couples to relax and focus on the most important part of their wedding: each other.

For more information, please visit our website at http://www.ceremonywithhonor.com or call Reverend Honor Ahern toll free at 1-866-992-9393

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About Ceremony with Honor

Ceremony with Honor delivers a custom experience to all of its diverse clients. Whether planning a small garden ceremony or a lavish ballroom affair, Ceremony with Honor guides its clients each step of the way. Entrusted with the details of the big event, Ceremony with Honor allows couples to relax and focus on the most important part of their wedding: each other.


Contact:


Reverend Honor Ahern
Ceremony with Honor
Baltimore, Maryland,
866-992-9393
ceremonywithhonor@ceremonywithhonor.com
http://www.ceremonywithhonor.com

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