This couple had gotten married the year before and then had second thoughts on wanting to renew their vows in a ceremony setting as they were not pleased with the way they did it initially. So, in front of family and friends, they said their vows again, and got to incorporate the bride’s daughter in the sand ceremony. They were so thrilled with the repeat performance, as they said their first wedding minister was awful and they were so happy they had found Wishing Well Weddings!
Through many trials and tribulations, this couple had to postpone their wedding for several months. They had a celebration last year in the anticipation of being able to legally become husband and wife. A few calls back and forth determined that they just wanted to get married without any fanfare, so we planned to meet in the park on a chilly March day for them to seal their vows. We looked around and found a perfect spot by the rushing river where the family gathered around for the ceremony. Sometimes the most simple of plans can turn out to be extraordinary as it was for this couple. Bottom line, this could not have been a more beautiful wedding!
We met this couple on their fifth wedding anniversary. They had rented a house on the beach to renew their vows. Just the two of them and the two of us and the waves lapping the rocks on a beautiful Memorial weekend day.
They cherished the time to reconnect and recommit leaving the world behind for just a few days. A lesson for all to step back and enjoy what God has joined together and keep your love fresh. As you can see, their renewal was a special moment for this special couple. Keep up the good work and continue to nurture your marriage and it will never let you down.