Wednesday, November 09, 2005

The Confirmation Letter

Once you have decided to reserve a date and time, my first task is to draft you a confirmation letter.

I use information such as your first and last name, the first and last name of your fiancee, a postal address for one of you, and the location of your ceremony to create the letter.

I typically send the confirmation letter via postal mail within three days of confirming your ceremony, but I can send an electronic copy if you prefer.

Please review the time, date and location information upon recieving the confirmation letter, in order to confirm these critical details. Thank you.

Do you need to change the previously confirmed time or date of your wedding ceremony, wedding rehearsal or officiant working meeting?

Please send an email to with an electronic mail subject line that reads: “JP SCHEDULING – URGENT.”

This email will be responded to by either my scheduling office or myself in the form and combination of postal mail, electronic mail, and telephone communication as appropriate to best serve you.

David Barrett, Esq.
Massachusetts Justice of the Peace
Toll Free - 1-877-473-7852