Sonoma Wedding Chapel at Trinity
Do you perform a Renewal of Vows ceremony?
Absolutely, and it's simple! Renewal ceremonies are growing more and more popular. Basically, you can choose from any of our packages, as they are applicable to weddings and renewals. The only difference is, you do not need a marriage license and you don't need to bring your original.
Do you perform non-traditional ceremonies?
Yes, we can perform a range of ceremonies.
Where do you stand on same-sex weddings?
We embrace all couples, regardless of their gender.
Do you offer weddings outside the chapel?
Yes, we offer indoor or outdoor weddings.
How much is the Officiant’s fee?
The Officiant’s fee is included in the Large Wedding packages,
and in the Small Wedding packages, the fee is an additional $250.
When do I receive my marriage certificate?
After you are married, the Officiant will explain and hand you your original marriage certificate.
What is your deposit policy?
We require a 50% non-refundable deposit to confirm all reservations. The balance is due 4 weeks before the ceremony.
What if I need to cancel or reschedule my wedding?
If you choose to cancel or reschedule your wedding, we will apply your deposit to your new reservation. If you decide to cancel your reservation, the deposit is non-refundable.
When should I make reservations?
As soon as possible to ensure you will be able to schedule the desired date. Please contact Trinity Episcopal Church at 707/938.4846, or email email@example.com, for the most up-to-date information.
Can I make changes after I make reservations?
Yes, you can make changes to your reservation once it is confirmed. However, some items require a certain amount of time to organize, so please keep that in mind when making changes.
This will be our first trip to the Sonoma Wine Country. Can you point us to local resources that can provide tours?
Can we have our reception on the chapel grounds?
What do I need to get married in Sonoma?
Please see http://www.sonoma-county.org/clerk/marriage.htm for all information regarding obtaining a marriage license in Sonoma County.
Is pre-marriage counseling available?