Performed a custom wedding ceremony for a great couple at the Inn on Saturday. The wedding was Catholic based and featured a Unity Candle, The Lord’s Prayer, Passing of the Peace, and a couple of New Testament readings. The wedding was originally scheduled to be performed outside, and the weather cooperated on rehearsal day, Friday, with temps in the 60’s. But Saturday was, unfortunately, another story as damp, cool weather forced the ceremony inside. Nonetheless, the wedding was beautiful, and the Inn provided a warm, candlelit room for the ceremony. Congratulations Justin & Jennifer!
Performed a custom wedding ceremony for a great couple this past Saturday in front of the fireplace at Three Chimneys Inn. The fireplace mantle was beautifully decorated in candles. Wedding colors were navy, cobalt, and gold. Congratulations Bobby & Liz!
Presided over a brief spiritual ceremony in our Brentwood Ceremony Room on Friday afternoon. Best of luck Lisa & Alfonso!
Performed a Custom Wedding for a wonderful couple at the Inn on Saturday. The ceremony featured an Affirmation by the guests. An affirmation is the guest’s expression of support for the couple. I ask them if they are willing to support the couple in their marriage, and they respond by saying “I do!” This was a great group, and they responded resoundingly! Immediately after the ceremony, the couple, their wedding party and all the guests gathered on the lawn in the back of the ceremony area for a group picture. All-in-all, a fantastic ceremony! Congratulations Drew & Laureen!
Performed a Classic Wedding Ceremony for a fun couple at the Crowne Plaza on Friday. Color was burnt orange. The groomsmen were quite a handful – the wedding was at 6, and they started partying at 2! The wedding was just a continuation of the party! And, I’m sure, the party went on well after the ceremony and long into the night… and everyone had a great time. Congrats Sinan & Amanda!
Performed a wedding for a wonderful couple at Great Island Common in Newcastle this past Saturday. It was breezy and a little cool, but everyone enjoyed the ceremony. Just prior to the ceremony starting, a woman not associated with the wedding came to the Common with her new Black lab puppy – a very young pup – I would say close to eight weeks old, with small stubby legs – the cutest puppy I’ve seen in a while. Anyway, the puppy was sort of sniffing around, and then he noticed our wedding group! With all the speed he could muster (which wasn’t much by the way), he started to gallop toward us – like he wanted to be a part of the wedding! For a brief moment, we thought about making him the ring bearer, but then thought better of that. Our puppy friend would have to be content with just watching the wedding for now, but I’m sure he was taking notes for a future ring-bearer role! In any case, again, it was a great wedding! Congrats Katie & Dale!