Vallarta Living | Puerto Vallarta Weddings
|Rev. Lynn Rogers, Vallarta Wedding Officiant|
Ordained Interfaith Chaplain
Congratulations! If you are reading this, you are probably planning your dream wedding in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
|Rev. Lynn Rogers, PhD - Wedding Officiant, Ordained Interfaith Chaplain|
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico • Tel: (322) 221-6258 • Cell: 044-322-151-3639 • US Tel: (415) 456-0745
Email: LR(at)LynnRogers.com • Website: InterfaithChaplain.com
Rev. Lynn Rogers will work with you to create a ceremony that reflects your vision for your special day - from a barefoot wedding on the beach to a more formal event. The service might be long, short, religious or secular, funny, serious or romantic. You can be involved in all aspects of the process, or she will design a fabulous Puerto Vallarta wedding celebration for you.
Though the ceremony itself typically lasts only 20-30 minutes, it is the reason for all the other festivities, the heart of your wedding day. So before you decide on a celebrant, Lynn invites you to a complimentary telephone or in-person meeting to talk about a ceremony that will reflect your love for each other and the uniqueness of your relationship.
Offering two types of services:
Personalized Ceremony: Lynn creates a custom ceremony that reflects and honors your beliefs, values and wishes for your special day. She will send you a Ceremony Planning Kit that walks you through the traditional elements of a wedding.
Intimate Ceremonies Package: You're dreaming of getting married on a beach in a romantic ceremony with maybe a handful of guests. Photographer extraordinnaire Josef Kandoll W. and Lynn offer an affordable package that includes a specially selected beach location, personalized ceremony, photographs, flowers and bubbly. Click HERE for more information.
You may expect a peaceful, warm, professional and heartfelt presence to support you both on your wedding day.
Ordained interfaith chaplain Lynn Rogers creates ceremonies and celebrations to honor significant life passages and transitions.
For more information, contact Rev. Lynn at (415) 456-0745 (from U.S.) or in in Puerto Vallarta at (322) 221-6258 (land) or 044-322-151-3639 (cell), email her LR(at)LynnRogers.com or visit her website at InterfaithChaplain.com.
| C L I E N T S ' C O M M E N T S |
"Thank you again for such a fabulous and unforgettable experience!" - Ron and Dianne
"Thank you, thank you, thank you! When the best man was stuck in traffic and my grandmother wandered off ... well, you reminded us that, in the end, we would be married and in the presence of those who love us. On our honeymoon we laughed at the 'problems' and have wonderful stories to tell about that amazing day." - Lisa and Steven
"During our pre-wedding meetings, Lynn listened to who we are and wove the stories of our lives into a beautiful and personal ceremony. We've been married for two years and people still talk about that ceremony." - Michael and Christine
"Lynn was responsive, available and a soothing presence as we planned our wedding. On 'The Day,' she helped us stay calm and focused on the vows we were making to one another." - Jennifer and Michael
| B E L O W T H E F O L D |
Mexican Wedding Traditions for Your Vallarta Ceremony
Rev. Lynn Rogers
With so many romantic and picture-perfect venue options and a wide variety of cultural and culinary delights, Puerto Vallarta is a great choice for your dream wedding. As you plan your personalized ceremony, you might consider incorporating some local Mexican wedding traditions.
8 Reasons to Get Married in Vallarta
Rev. Lynn Rogers
When you are choosing a destination wedding and honeymoon location, you just can't find a more romantic destination than Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Interfaith Chaplain Reverend Lynn Rogers tells us eight reasons why you should choose to get married on the shores of Banderas Bay.
An Intimate Vallarta Wedding - Behind the Scenes
Rev. Lynn Rogers
While many people who choose a destination wedding in Puerto Vallarta work with a wedding planner, Alicia and David's plans for an intimate ceremony included a 'party of two' and a modest budget that didn't fit into the usual model.