Originally Posted by ReeRee
I have a few questions for you! Do they have a standard music for the wedding ceremony? Or did you bring yours and they'll play whatever you like for you?
Also was the minister speaking Spanish or can they speak English during the ceremony?
Also, would looove to look at your pictures!!
They do not have ANY music for your ceremony. Depending on the package you chose, you have the option of chosing a musician, and I'm sure they have some typical songs they could suggest. I ended up renting the sound equipment and brought an Ipod for our ceremony music. I picked 5 songs to play while people were sitting/waiting for the ceremony to start (background music). One song for the processional and one for the recessional. I did a legal ceremony, so there was a period of time in the middle of the ceremony where 4 witnesses and me and my groom had to each sign 5 pieces of paper....so if I would've known that, I would've had music for that as well. (That takes about 3-5 minutes).
I didn't have a religious ceremony, so we had a judge. She stuck to the script (which can be provided to you by Cecilia). She spoke English fairly well, but had a strong accent. I would make sure that you clarify with Cecilia that it is important that the minister/judge speak English, or that you at least have a translator.
Here is my full review if you want details/pictures: