♥ 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–not Universal Life internet credentials, which can be obtained by anyone! 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!
The last two weekend weddings involved beautiful historic chapels! There is something quaint about Springtime and chapels and, of course, getting to ring the bell in celebration after the newlyweds have been presented as husband and wife! We have performed weddings on several repeat occassions at various old chapels in Michigan and each one is unique!
The wedding was supposed to begin at 6 pm. At 5:55, no bride-no groom. The maid of honor and flowergirl were waiting for their dresses to arrive. The bride’s mom was frantically making phone calls. Panic was rising in the other attendants . . . . in walks the groom, which we tucked away to keep from seeing the bride. Minutes later, the bride arrives. Frenzy in the ladies room as dresses, shoes and flowers were passed out. Unbelievably, the wedding ceremony began less than 15 minutes later! After this beautiful bride and her new husband were pronounced — there were smiles all around. What an amazing blessing from God that all the chaos melted away when the ceremony began.
For some reason, winter isn’t the most popular time for weddings. However, those that are brave enough to weather the weather, it can be a beautiful background especially overlooking a white coated golf course, which our couple chose at Sycamore Hills in Macomb. It was a beautiful, sunny afternoon and the snow glistened over the green through the floor to ceiling windows creating a fairy tale appearance where these two great people committed their lives to each other. Such a wonderful day–thanks for the memories!
Ten years ago . . . on the BoardwalkJune 2011 at the same place This couple chose to renew their wedding vows at the same location that he first asked her to marry him. A gesture to let her know, he would do it all over again! What a romantic way to celebrate their first ten years together as husband and wife. . . . . . . Congratulations!
All was perfectly on schedule for this Memorial weekend wedding. The weather was alittle volitle, so the ceremony was brought indoors and went off without a hitch. However, the location was the beautiful Marriott at Eagle Crest. The lobby was a gorgeous setting for the wedding. How bad could that be? Right after the bride and groom signed their marriage license . . . the tornado sirens went off sending about 500 guests, staff, wedding attendees down into the tunnels to wait out the storm. The reception was delayed a bit, but a most unforgettable day for this awesome bride and groom! May that be the worst storm they have to weather as a couple.
This great couple had quite a tale to tell. What began as next door neighbors, turned to friendship, then love and on this day, marriage. Their biggest dilemma was which one would sell their house? They must’ve worked out the bugs on that one, as here they are, starting their lives together AS ONE. Congratulations!!!!! It wouldn’t have been complete, however, without a picture of the Dr. Suess “Man Trap” cake ~~~
We continue to be amazed at the incredible locations we have the privledge to perform wedding ceremonies at! This is the “ark” on the grounds of Grecian Center and it was just stunning. Speaking of stunning, so was the beautiful bride who held up on a very hot day and continued to be throughout the stifling heat. I was alittle distracted expecting someone to faint, but, as usual, God was gracious and everything was perfect. Congratulations to you and may God richly bless your life together now and forever!
This couple met on the Internet–yes, I’ve said it. Social websites are wonderful ways to meet new people and maybe even fall in love. This special couple met in a chat room, continued to chat, which led to phone calls, then meeting and finally marriage! It is possible to meet the spouse of your dreams with a stroke of the keys . . . .
Many couples have had their marriage declared INVALID because the minister of the wedding ceremony, who was “ordained” via the Internet by the Universal Life Church, failed to meet the qualifications of persons who are authorized to solemnize marriages.
Anyone can be “ordained” via the Internet by the Universal Life Church, and receive his certification “within five or ten minutes” by visiting the Universal Life Church website at http://ulc.net/ . The only criteria of receiving “credentials” through Universal Life Church is paying a fee! Many state laws specifically dismiss the validity of a marriage performed by an Internet ordained Universal Life Church minister.
Michigan specifically requests that you call: (517) 335-8666 before you secure a Universal Life Church “minister” for your ceremony to determine if they are legally certified to marry you.