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Mother of the Bride: a Shared Blog

Mother of the Bride: a Shared Blog

Posted by on May 28, 2015 in Blog |

This is a fabulous share that every bride must read. Dr. Christian Northrup is the author of this blog written about her perspective of being a Mom whose daughter is getting married. I love Dr. Northrup and highly recommend her books, videos, and website. I am thrilled to share her wisdom with you! Mother of the Bride: an Ending and a New...

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Wedding Officiant in RI: In the News

Wedding Officiant in RI: In the News

Posted by on Mar 3, 2015 in Blog |

Click here to read an article that was written about me for the Cranston Herald on February 25, 2015. Back in November, I had been meeting with Claudia and Rosanne to discuss their wedding plans. Next to me was seated Pam Schiff from the Cranston Herald. After our meeting was concluded, Pam talked to me about my officiancy and what I love about the weddings...

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Flower Crown

Flower Crown

Posted by on Dec 20, 2014 in Blog |

A top wedding trend for 2015 is a Flower Crown. They have been a hit for a couple of years now, and are sure to continue throughout this season. Your creativity can provide endless inspiration from the multitude of flowers to choose from and your crown is sure to be one-of-a-kind! Your florist can guide you to seasonal and local blooms or find an exotic...

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Outdoors Inspired Wedding

Outdoors Inspired Wedding

Posted by on Dec 20, 2014 in Blog |

One of the hot wedding trends for 2015 is to have an outdoors inspired wedding. The natural backdrop and placement of the sun are welcome additions to your festivities as well as pictures. Nature can inspire your wedding theme, flowers, and ceremony symbolism. By the beach? Choose nautical pieces to accent your decor, placement cards, jewelry. Surrounded...

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Finding Quiet During the Holidays

Finding Quiet During the Holidays

Posted by on Dec 20, 2014 in Blog |

I have always enjoyed nighttime snow when all is still and the neighborhood plows have not yet been taken out. Each flake of snow can be heard as it lightly glides onto the pile on the ground as well as on to my nose. There is magic in that quiet. These moments are peaceful, thoughtless, and powerful. They have a permanence and quality that overcomes me...

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