Roger had the honor of marrying Jeff & Carmay at the always so wonderful Old Ranch Country Club in Seal Beach. This venue is always a crowd favorite and they once again did just that. Everything was spot on and the wedding was an intimate, one of a kind ceremony.
Janet Reveles and Luis Morales were married in a gazebo at Roessler Point with a gorgeous vista from the cliffs of Palos Verdes. Not only did Great Officiants recommend to them this venue, they also recommended the ministry of Rev. Dr. Gary Barmore to plan with them and preside at their wedding. The nuptials were scheduled for sunset at 7:30. When it was 7:15 about twenty guests were present, but one or two had not arrived. Then another wedding group of ten showed up and their officiant asked if they could enter the gazebo for a “7 minute ceremony.” Luis and Janet — gracious all the way — said to go ahead. Then at 7:28 Rev Gary and the groom and immediate family entered the gazebo to commence the wedding event for this lovely couple. The bride’s father escorted her in just after the red-tinged sun had dropped out of sight in the west. Knowing the disappointment that might be there, Rev Gary said, “Luis and Evelyn, the sun on your wedding day has just set, but sunrise tomorrow will proclaim the oneness of the rest of your life on which will shine the blessings of God.”
Ashley and Philip chose the Rustic and quietly tucked away Temecula Creek Inn as the destination for their romantic wedding. Once guests arrived, they were taken in a shuttle to an even quieter and remote location, beautifully decorated and tranquil so their guests could truly enjoy themselves.
The ceremony was unplugged, so Wesley informed the guests to keep their phones put away and be present with Ashley and Philip as they were wed. Their genuine spark of love for each other was felt throughout the entire ceremony and on into the evening.
Pelican Hill Resort in Corona del Mar was a spectacular backdrop for the wedding of Jonathon Chang and Naomi Chou, celebrated the afternoon of December 23, 2018. Great Officiants recommended the ministerial services of Rev Dr. Gary Barmore, and after meeting at his home for planning, Jon and Naomi knew that they would experience a beautiful Christian marriage ceremony. At one point they turned toward their guests and after affirming “I do” they heard their family and friends promise an “I will” as to loving and supporting them through the years. They released two white doves, representing their new life together. Then, facing each other, they shared personal “love notes” and repeated traditional vows. As they kissed, more doves flew heavenward, and Mr. and Mrs. Jonathon Chang were presented to the world. All at the gigantic gazebo overlooking the vast Pacific Ocean.
I was more involved with them from the moment we met up until their ceremony than I normally am with other couples due to some family matters they went through and got to literally fall in love with them.
Like people say now-a-days #relationshipgoals !!!!!!
We did a beautiful ceremony in the gazebo at Quiet Cannon. Great venue!!!Share This Post: Follow Us On Social Media:
Wow what a hidden gem. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Lisa Smith of Great Officiants had the pleasure of performing the nuptials for DG and Mariah it was a very chilly misty day however everybody gathered under the gazebo and created a very warm environment for this lovely couple joined by family from the Bay Area and close friends DG and Mariah tied the knot. Both DG and Mariah are so in love, I don’t think they even knew anybody else was there. The ceremony was very heartfelt they chose to write their own very special vows . And just as I pronounce them husband-and-wife a beautiful cool breeze blew the clouds away and there was the sun wishing DG a Mariah a lifetime of love peace health and happiness congratulations to this happy couple.