I share my ceremonies with my couples using Google Docs. Every once in awhile I have a venue coordinator or wedding planner request access to the document, to which I normally deny access by kindly emailing them directly asking if I can help them out with anything specific. I kind of feel like there’s no reason for them to need to see the ceremony or have access, especially if it’s a venue I’ve been at a bunch of times. I would never request access to their day-of timeline they’ve created, that’s their business…
I also don’t love sharing an entire ceremony with someone who I don’t really know. I mean, really, my style and delivery are what couples hire me for, not reeeeally the words in a ceremony, but if I’ve spent all this time writing it, I don’t feel like I need to just hand it over to anyone who asks, especially someone in the local wedding market.
What do you think? Tell ’em to take a hike or ease up a bit, Jeff, and share away?
Obviously Josh is of no use for this question, because he doesn’t write a ceremony script, so this is Sarah’s view only!