Congratulations to the Medellin’s!

Language these days is becoming more of a barrier. This wedding that I performed for Blanca and Martin was unusual because Martin does not speak English, but Spanish.

Blanca and Martin

Luckily, we were able to get an interpreter who repeated the ceremony so that Martin could say his vows and his family members could follow the ceremony as well.

Overall, this is a great couple that picked a wonderful spot, The Washington Park on the North side of Springfield, to tie the knot. Congrats guys!

Congrats

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Published in: on July 26, 2009 at 2:15 pm  Leave a Comment  

The McElfresh wedding

You may remember my post about Brenna and Matt McElfresh (if not scroll down to read it!). Two awesome people that I married in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Brenna sent me the best message a minister could get yesterday:

Reverend Archer was the perfect person to officiate our wedding. She met with us long before the ceremony and took some time getting to know us and figuring out what type of ceremony we really wanted. She worked with us on the exact wording of the ceremony, too. When the weekend of the wedding came, she took charge of both the rehearsal and the ceremony to help them flow smoothly. Her overall demeanor and knowledge helped calm the groom and me. She also took her time talking to family members at the rehearsal dinner and reception. Everyone that met her remarked to me later on how much they liked her. I couldn’t imagine anyone but Tiffany leading us through the vows. It was all perfect.
Brenna McElfresh
Married: May 30, 2009

She also sent me the great pictures that are below! Congrats again to Brenna and Matt!

Tiffany pic 2

Tiffany pic 2

Published in: on July 20, 2009 at 2:38 pm  Leave a Comment  

Congratulations to the Hazels!

“No ceremony too small” should be the motto of Magick Weddings! Small weddings make things less stressful and more intimate. In a very nice wedding in the town of Roby, MO Sharon Lester and Joshua Hazel tied the knot and was able to have friends and family be a part of their ceremony.

Congrats guys!

Published in: on July 17, 2009 at 3:49 pm  Leave a Comment