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Rain symbolizes blessings, cleansing, unity, and a new day. In some cultures it is also a symbol of
Congratulations to the absolutely wonderful couple of Elvis García and Christopher Saale. These two sweethearts were married at an on location wedding venue by Rev. Pam on July 16th 2016 at 6 o’clock pm during an on location wedding at the McCormick Bridge house Chicago River Museum. Their guests had a wonderful time celebrating the love shared between these two.
I had a wonderful time yesterday marring a couple who have fast become some of my favorite people. Congratulations to Elvis García and Christopher Saale who I married last night at the McCormick Bridge house Chicago River Museum.
Why do people go on honeymoons? After the wedding bells have rung, the cake has been eaten, the vows have been made, and the guests have gone, what is left to do? Honeymoon of course. Couples go on a honeymoon as a celebration of their marriage. It can be seen as the grand finale or […]
The custom of the groom carrying the bride over the threshold is a very old one. As rumor would have it, traditional European weddings were followed by bride kidnappings. So it was customary for the groom to whisk away with his bride and to hold her close so that no one could kidnap her.
Having a ring warming in your wedding is a wonderful way to involve all of your guests in your wedding ceremony. A ring warming is when each of your guests gets the opportunity to hold your wedding bands and bless it with a prayer for a long and healthy marriage. This loving tradition dates back […]
It is traditional for the bride to throw her bouquet at the reception and for all single women in attendance to try to catching it. Tradition states that the lucky woman who catches the bouquet is said to be the next in line to get married.
Congratulations to Cynthia Cohen & Allan Roy. Who were joined together as one through marriage at Pine Manor by Rev Pam on April 21, 2016 at 1 o’clock pm. They had the courthouse alternative package which included a personalized ceremony and oath of marriage as well as a ceremony keepsake and a certificate of commitment.
The rice toss originated as a way to wish the newlywed couple a good harvest, but there are so many other creative, fun, and eco-friendly ways to revamp the tradition. Here are some ideas for your guests to send you off after you and your new spouse say “I do.”