One Year Later . . . .


Wedding cake“Greetings!

I wanted to take a moment on this day to thank you and your wife for marrying my husband and I a year ago. This year truly has been amazing for us. I apologize on not getting these photos to you sooner. We actually didn’t get them until about 5 months ago ourselves. We have been blessed to welcome our first child into this world in October so we’ve been pretty busy.

I hope you and your wife are doing well and will enjoy the holiday season. Thank you again and feel free to use these pictures on your website.

Best wishes,

Kristin & Michael
p.s. here’s a photo of our daughter Makenzie Ann :)”

Thank you ssssssssssooooooooooooooo much! 

This is why we do what we do! Here are some of the photos from that awesome day!miniature bridesmaidVows 2011an officer


Getting to Know YOU

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 . . . .           Fern Hills       

UPDATE:  Even as the years go by, we still hear from our wonderful couples!  Here is an updated picture of their blended family and their beautiful daughter who arrived just about a year following their ceremony!  We couldn’t be prouder seeing the families grow over the years!ZACHARY AND jASMINE

Our Two 12/12/12 weddings!

12 12 12 007 to send to Kandie (2)The first wedding was at 12:00 on 12/12/12 on the boardwalk in Port Huron near the bridges.  Our chilly couple shed a few icicle tears, but didn’t let the temperature effect their happiness.  Congratulations and may God’s Blessings be on you both! We also received an awesome email from the delighted couple a few days later:

“Rev Tab,
  Brian and myself would like to give you our heartfilled thanks for providing us with such a unique ceremony that fit our personalites to a “T”. The day weather wise was perfect,  the sun was out, the sounds of the water so perfect.  It was more than we could have hoped for. That day, at the same exact time we cried tears of happiness together.  We are excited to see pictures so we may look at them daily as a reminder of how beautiful our day was.

You are truly a God send.  Groom and Bride 12/12/12″



The second lovely couple decided that the best location for their small wedding was the assisted living home where she worked.  How touching  and selfless to share their most intimate day with those who would otherwise be unable to attend. 12 12 12Kristie n David (2) The contrast was a warm indoor with the fireplace and Christmas tree, but both weddings were amazingly beautiful!  Congratuations and thank you for allowing me to be a part of your 12/12/12 wedding!   

Wonderful Weekend of Weddings!

Every once in a while, it just all comes together to be able to help several couples have their dream weddings all on the same weekend . . . so, here are FOUR that just were perfectly orchestrated time wise to all work out.  There was a few tense moments when we encountered a detour, but God worked it out. Each one was as beautiful as the one before and we were so blessed that these couples chose us to share their wedding day with us!  Congratulations!!!!!!!

Wedding in the Woods

Last weekend, we arrive at our destination for a home wedding.  It was to be in the gazebo–we didn’t see one anywhere?? The beautiful young bride told us that it was in the woods about an eighth of a mile behind the house.  This is going to be interesting, we thought.  We took the trek out and were awestruck!  This location was incredible.  Even the bugs stayed away while this wonderful couple took their vows in this unforgettable place.  Again, we are so blessed to be used by God for such an occassion as this. 


The Long and Winding Road . . .

that leads to the wedding . . .

For those of you who have had a chance to visit the relatively new George George Park, you know that it has this beautiful pavillion for wedding ceremonies.  However, it is a rather long walk for the bride when she is making her grand entrance from the parking lot. We witnessed the bride exit the limo and the porocessional began . . . and ended . . .  but, where is the bride?  There is a section where the trees and fountain hide the path–that’s where our bride was making some necessary adjustments to continue her walk down the aisle!  A few curious moments passed, but Rev. assured everyone, there was a bride on the way–and as you can see, she made her meeting with her groom!  Congratulations, you two, and much happiness!!!

It’s A Small World After All!

We are always amazed at life connections and how interesting we find them out!  We were at this lovely couple’s wedding.  The bride is thanking all the guests during the toasting of the happy newlyweds and we hear that they met at one of our favorite restaurants that they both worked at.  Our ears perked up as we know of another bride and close friend that had also worked there in the past. Sure enough–they had worked together for years and our friend had watched the two of the fall in love while working there!  We hope these two spend many a romantic dinner at the place where it all began. 

Best wishes and have a wonderful life as husband and wife.