This couple decided to get married on whatever date we had available. Now that IS flexibility! The wedding was put together in about 2 weeks and Aunt Sue’s lake house seemed like the perfect place to tie the knot. The family dogs were running around excited to be part of all the preparation. The day was alittle chilly, but during the ceremony, the sun came out and warmed the guests and wedding party for us all to enjoy the event!
We met this couple at a bridal show and they told us they were planning on getting married in Ruby, MI over the 4th of July weekend. A few weeks later, they contacted us to discuss their wedding plans and book their date. When we arrived, we walked down a path that opened up into a clearing with a pond in the middle surrounded by campers. It was an annual family gathering that this couple chose to share their wedding day with. With grills cooking and children playing, this wedding took place upon a hill in front of the family and guests. We love all the surprises we get to experience along the way and this was, definitely a very pleasant one! The best to the two of you!
What a good time had by all at the Good Tymes Barn wedding. All the wedding party wore cowboy boots to kick up their heels at the reception and I made sure I had my boots on. The sky was menacing prior to the ceremony, but as always, God is good and staved off the rain on this very hot July afternoon. This country scene was perfect for this country couple. May they continue to love, laugh and enjoy each other!
This second picture is of Melanie’s great aunt getting married beside their new car. I guess they had outdoor weddings long before we did! They must’ve been in a hurry to get on with their married lives!
Apple Mountain Chapel
Almont New Church AssemblyThe 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!