♥ Isn’t that the whole idea? It is your day, your decisions, your memories, YOUR WEDDING. What is best for your individual circumstances? Where do you want to get married? Wishing Well Weddings will come to where you want to be married. We have done intimate home weddings as well as extravagant reception hall wedding ceremonies both inside and out any time of the year. Whether large or small, OUR PRICE IS THE SAME! No hidden “extras”. Why settle for a justice of the peace officiant or a cold and sterile judge’s office when you can get married in a meaningful and memorable place? The point is . . . you can be married wherever you want! You are only limited by your imagination and resources! From romantic to practical or for the convenience of having your reception and ceremony all in one place. That is what Wishing Well Weddings is all about. Why choose us? First of all, Rev. Tab is a REAL ordained wedding minister–for over 20 years! We care . . . we really do. There isn’t a wedding we do that is routine. We include FREE ceremony coordination services, if needed. Having a minister is great, but who helps you with the processional and all the last minute details? We try to make your BIG day as worry free as possible. Just read a few of our REVIEWS from our couples and you will know why Wishing Well Weddings is a cut above the rest. Below are several pages of some of the beautiful wedding ceremonies Rev. Tab has performed for your enjoyment . . . we look forward to the chance to meet you and hope to help you plan YOUR special day! ENJOY! 2014 has been spectacular –still some Fall dates available and we are now ready to book for 2015!
What fun it was for this couple to be ushered from their Almont wedding to the Romeo reception! Pure country at it’s finest. It was yet another beautiful summer day when this couple tied the knot. The organist accidentally started playing here comes the bride as the parents of the couple were being ushered down the aisle and everyone stood up! Melanie gently went in and motioned for everyone to sit down as the father of the bride yelled out–“you don’t stand for us–we’re already married”. The guests laughed, sat down, and got it right when the bride made her grand entrance. Never know what might happen from one wedding to the next, but that is what makes each and every one so special and unique!
The 4th of July is the bride’s favorite holiday. What better day than to also get married on your favorite day? The couple was planning on surprising everyone at the backyard BBQ with their wedding, but decided to spill the beans (not the baked beans : ) so that all would show up in time to celebrate this joyous occasion with them. The weather was perfect and the couple had known each other when they were younger. As happens, life sent them in different directions, but alas, they found each other again and knew that the fireworks were still there!
On this beautiful day in May at Boulder Pointe, each one of the bridesmaids walked the aisle to a different Disney Princess theme song. It was so unique and special as it ushered in the bride who truly looked like the ultimate Princess! The couple chose to put together the Unity Cross to seal their commitment to God and to each other. As this Princess married her Prince — may they live their fairytale happily ever after . . .
As I went to talk to the bride and was admiring her wedding gown, her daughter told me that her mom was wearing her wedding gown. That was a new twist! How great it was the mom was able to fit into her daughter’s gown and get another wearing for it. Maybe, when the granddaughter grows up, she can be part of the tradition and wear it also! This fun backyard wedding involved a bonfire, music and fun guests and was a most perfect day for the newlyweds!
It is summertime. He has a daughter, she has a daughter. What better way to start a family vacation, than a pre-trip wedding! The girls knew they were going on vacation, but they didn’t know their parents were going to marry the morning they were leaving. With the van packed, they all headed up north for a much needed and perfectly planned Honeymoon/Vacation Fun Trip!
It’s not what you think–this is not the fifth time this couple have been married, but it is the fifth time they were married to each other! It started as a joke, but then, it became a fun tradition. They got married in Vegas by an Elvis impersonator–twice at the Renaissance Festival and once by “Friar Tuck” at a costume party! It was such fun to pronounce them truly and legally married in the fifth and final ceremony! Since you two decided to tie the knot five times, I would say that you are going to make it last. Looking forward to their vow renewals in the future!