Monthly Archive: May 2012

Sand ceremony, Sandy Beach and true love

It’s a beautiful Wednesday afternoon and IM barefoot on the beach at point dume again to do a wedding ceremony.

They set up a little arch and we get a sand ceremony and a wine box and love letter ceremony. It was the perfect day surrounded by their family with the waves crashing in the background. And you can see the love in the air.

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A secret ceremony surrounded by heavenly bodies

When Alice and Chris approached me about doing a wedding someplace different I was all over it.

We decided on the planetarium in Griffith Park. I knew other special spot on the backside overlooking the city.

Just the two of them and their parents and it does not so onlookers from above watch the skillfully and by the requests likely to form a loving and fun ceremony.

I hope their marriage is out of this world!!

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Two Beach Weddings, Same Beach, One Hour Apart OH YEAH!

Today was a lucky day for two couples and a lucky day for me. Both couples were staying at the Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort Huntington Beach. Both couples wanted a beach wedding, both from out of the area, one from Sacramento, and the other from the East Coast. But it was their desire to get married on the beach, and as it work out for me, it was on the same day, same beach! The first couple had a joyous Catholic Lite ceremony.

 

 

The second couple a nice Christian ceremony. While both couples ceremonies were so different in so many ways, the love they shared for each other, was so obvious, and evident. I love being barefoot in the sand helping couples exchange their vows, that’s what being a great Officiant is all about.

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