Hello! Thanks for visiting!! My name is Rev. Joe Dawal (Ordained by the Universal Life Church) and I reside in Sacramento, Ca. I specialize in performing non-denominational, traditional, and same sex wedding ceremonies customized to your personal tastes and beliefs. I don't believe in "cookie cutter" weddings and feel the wedding should reflect the unique personality of each couple. You can write your own vows or I can write them for you. Whether it's a sunset wedding on the beach, in the park where you shared your first kiss, or at your home, I can help your dreams come true! Your wedding...Your way!!
"Joe performed the wedding ceremony for my daughter and her now husband. The ceremony was beautiful. It was everything my daughter and her husband wanted. Joe is very professional and punctual. I would recommend Rev. Joe to anyone who is detail oriented."
Thank you Joe!!!
August 14, 2010
"Reverend Joe was simply amazing! Prior to the "big day" Joe helped us customize our ceremony to fit our personalities. Additionally, he came to our rehearsal party simply to meet and connect with our friends and family. Throughout the ceremony, my fiance and I were at ease largely because of Joe's confidence, preparation, and professionalism. Our ceremony was absolutely beautiful. I recommend Reverend Joe with the utmost enthusiasm!"
Married on July 5, 2008
"Joe did a great job. We met with him once and he just hung out and talked to us to get a feel for our personalities. He sent us our vows ahead of time to review and he really captured us. We're not serious at all; the vows were light and fun. We had people laughing at the ceremony. He did a great job with the readings and was very professional handling the marriage license and signatures. If your looking for something different from the usual clergy type officiant, Joe is a good choice!!"
Tim and Annette Kahn
Married on Sept. 12, 2009
"I just wanted to thank you again for making yesterday perfect for us. The ceremony was just what we wanted. Thanks again Joe for everything!
Married on Oct. 10, 2009