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Make Your Wedding Day ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ The Perfect Day!! ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

♥     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!
 

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A Look Past . . .

OCTOBERFEST, FEAST & FUN!

This delightful couple planned all Spring and Summer to have their wedding ceremony at the property they had just purchased.  With it being a Fall wedding, they wanted to incorporate all the best of the season.  A beautiful autumn day smiled upon them for friends and family to gather for the fun.  How cute is their “Honeymoon Suite”?  Everyone had a wonderful time and we hope this couple will cherish the day that they exchanged their wedding vows.

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Double Delight at the Double Tree!

This vintage duo were so excited to tie the knot!  I thought the groom was going to burn himself right out with enthusiasm before these two said “I Do”  At the last minute, the couple were going to have their combined grandchildren walk up the aisle before them.  Since they did not have any prior coaching, the oldest, who was the leader of the pack started walking in to the left of the guests and all the little ones followed suit!  We finally got them on the right path to the front with a lot of smiles and giggles from the guest. Following the wedding, a lady came up to us to say her daughter was in the Freighters restaurant and that I had performed her wedding at the exact same place a few years past! 

What a small world. 

All in all, it was a beautiful day overlooking the St. Clair River and the twin bridges between the US and Canada . . .

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Trolley Trip Tradition!

What fun it was for this couple to be ushered from their Almont wedding to the Romeo reception! Scott and Laura Wedding Masonic Temple Aug 2 2014 019
 
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!  Scott and Laura Wedding Masonic Temple Aug 2 2014 011

Passing Up/Down the Wedding Gown!

Dan and Tracy in Lindon July 5th 2014 009As 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! Dan and Tracy in Lindon July 5th 2014 004 This fun backyard wedding involved a bonfire, music and fun guests and was a most perfect day for the newlyweds!

Five Times to Get IT Right!

Castle Wedding And Uris 041 (1)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!Party (1)

Calypso, Clouds and Geese?

This couple had a beautiful day for their Greystone wedding and a Steel Drum Band played while the family and friends were seated and the processional began. 

A cool breeze and sunny skies had all the makings of a perfect wedding, almost . . . that is until a gaggle of geese decided to fly directly over the ceremony honking like crazy!  Of course, having to stop the ceremony until they past was not the worst fear–thank God they did not decide to leave any “deposits” on the anxious guests!!

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Auctions and Weddings

Bill and Kathy at Goodles Chaple 018Bill and Kathy at Goodles Chaple 008Bill and Kathy at Goodles Chaple 016This couple decided that the Goodells Chapel was the place for them to tie the knot and have their reception on the grounds of the park.  It was a glorious summer day and all was just about perfect . . . except it was a day that an auction was going on in one of the barns by the chapel.  Other than the occasional competing against the auctioneer, the vehicles were quite a site filling the area surrounding the chapel.  All in all, a most unforgettable, great day!  The ringing of the bell is always a hi-lite!