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Wedding Ceremony: Paying a Wedding Soloist?

I asked an acquaintance from my church if he would sing during my wedding ceremony, and when he said he'd do me the honor he never mentioned being paid. Now I don't want to insult him by offering to pay, but I do want to acknowledge my gratitude. Would a gift certificate to a nice restaurant along with a thank-you note be acceptable?

Wedding Vendors: Paying a Wedding Soloist?

If you ask an acquaintance from your church to sing a solo during the wedding, is it expected that he will be paid? If so, how do you determine the amount? When I asked him if he would do me the honor, he never mentioned being paid. Now I don't want to insult him by offering payment. Would a gift certificate to a nice restaurant along with a wedding thank-you note be acceptable?