Gabrielle was our officiant and she made our ceremony so personal and beautiful.
While Gabby loves working with couples of all backgrounds and traditions, she considers her own spirituality to be both personal and universal.
She has a bachelor of fine arts in theater and creative writing from Emerson College in Boston and has written and staged several original plays.
The ceremony ended up being beautiful, and people couldn’t stop talking about what a meaningful and unique ceremony it was.
Gabby was very professional, responded promptly to questions, and arrived prepared and on time.
Thank you also for the help with changing the name! Joe and I were so happy with the ceremony and wouldn’t change even one thing about it. Just wanted to say thank you again for being such a huge part of our wedding day one year ago today!!
Everyone at our wedding kept saying how impressed they were with you and said it was the best ceremony they have EVER been to. We are watching our wedding video right now and couldn’t help but to of course think about writing to you and thanking you. She made the whole process of creating and going through our ceremony so easy.The entire focus was on the couple and their love for one another. People told us all night how romantic and special and sincere the ceremony was and I owe that all to you!!! Hi Gabrielle, Thank you so much for being our officiant!We can’t say enough wonderful things about Gabby and are very grateful to have learned about Journeys of the Heart. Thank you for everything, you are truly amazing!!!!! Words cannot describe how wonderful you were yesterday!!!How special is it that you were with us by our side for both children! Please know we are deeply grateful for all you have done! She was so warm and easy to work with, and was very receptive to the interfaith ceremony that my husband and I wanted.She met with us about 6 months before the wedding to get our ideas for what we wanted from the ceremony.Gabby’s latest project combines her love of children, writing and cooking: the writing of a children’s cookbook.Our experience using Journeys of the Heart to officiate our wedding ceremony was absolutely wonderful.I HIGHLY recommend her, and Journeys of the Heart, for officiant services.Allison Amend’s latest novel is “Enchanted Islands,” (May 2016) about spies in pre-World War II Galápagos.We kept receiving comments from guests on how beautiful her words were. The ring warming ritual was such a good suggestion and really resonated with guests. She was sensitive and respectful to our needs as an interfaith family.The ceremony was absolutely beautiful and everyone felt comfortable which was our main concern. Jeff and I could not be more thrilled and thankful for you and all the hard work you did to make our ceremony so perfect.