Ceremonies of St. John

Stacy Mulcare is your best friend. You just don’t know it yet. If the thought of organizing a destination wedding makes you start to hyperventilate (where to have the ceremony, who to officiate, who to cater, what kind of music, and what about the marriage certificate’), then Stacy and her wedding planning company, Ceremonies of St. John, were put on this earth just for you.

The extremely personalized attention begins from first contact. When you call Ceremonies, Stacy is the one who answers the phone. She is the one who returns your messages and emails, she personally coordinates everything, and Stacy herself will be there with you on the big day lest anything goes awry. She does not try to act as minister, caterer, or photographer. She is there solely for YOU.

Stacy has lived and breathed wedding planning since 1986, and Ceremonies has been around for nearly 15 years, a feat in itself considering businesses come and go here with the blink of an eye. She’s fostered the kind of local connections one needs to make sure every detail of every wedding is exactly the way the bride wants it.

Stacy’s dedication to bridal couples has earned her plenty of recognition, including from the Travel Channel, which selected Ceremonies as the 2006 destination wedding planner for the Caribbean. She’s been featured in several national bridal magazines, and she ‘may’ have even worked with a certain St. John-loving famous country star, whose Love City marriage to an even more famous actress was over almost before it even started (hey, Stacy can’t guarantee that the marriage will go off as perfectly as the ceremony).

  • You won’t need to look far for a wedding cake. Stacy’s husband Seamus, a European-trained chef, has worked with the White House. Guess that means his cakes are pretty darn good.
  • Feel like you could never afford to hire someone to take care of every aspect of your wedding from start to finish’ Don’t be afraid to give Ceremonies a call. Stacy offers packages in all different price ranges.
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