Interview with 417 Bride

Hello all, make sure to check out the Winter edition of 417 Bride for an interview with Magick Weddings!

Published in: on November 29, 2010 at 5:01 pm  Leave a Comment  

Holy Cow!

So I have been really remiss in getting my fall wedding pictures up so in return I have something to share with you…

I see a lot of weddings. Not only the ones that I help plan and perform, but I often end up at other weddings helping friends in the industry so again, I see a LOT of weddings. I’ve seen brides do some really cool things that made their wedding eventful, memorable and unique the them but this…this takes some BIG wedding cake.

Check out this video

Her name is Sam and she is a Catholic music director and goodness…I got the chills watching that video. I think that moment, the look on the faces of her guests, is exactly what ever bride hopes her ceremony will be.

Check out more of Sam’s crazy-awesome wedding at: http://offbeatbride.com/2010/10/new-york-eccentric-wedding

Published in: on October 22, 2010 at 4:19 pm  Leave a Comment  

The non-ceremony wedding

There seems to be a trend cropping up in weddings this year that I am calling the non-ceremony wedding. This isn’t about eloping or just “deciding” to get married and finding the closest place to do it, but I believe it is more about saving money on a wedding by not having the big elaborate ceremony. These are not people that haven’t put a lot of thought into their ceremony, or people that are trying to run away and get married. They simply can’t or won’t pay for a large elaborate affair but still want something awesome. I have been seeing a lot of these couples this year.

There are a lot of great places around Springfield where you can have a low-cost wedding and not end up doing it at the court house (which I have it on good authority that Springfield Justices of the Peace will not marry people anymore). I have no problem meeting you out about town so that you can have a cheap-n-easy wedding and spend your money on more important things, like cake. 🙂 I usually charge $50 for this service and I have done weddings at parks, caves, Bass Pro, Sushi restaurants, your house or my home office.

One of these great places around town is now right in my back yard. For a lovely place to have your wedding right in the middle of the city:

The use of the Courtyard Garden is free to couples that are just wanting a quick ceremony with a few witnesses. If you would like to use the Garden for your wedding we can seat 20 guests for a lovely wedding by the Koi Pond. Please send an email to tiffany@magickweddings.com to discuss the details.

Contact me if you would like more information or to come see the Garden for yourself.

Published in: on September 8, 2010 at 10:48 pm  Comments (2)  

Adventure Weddings: Magick Weddings Will Travel

July was such a super busy month this year that I didn’t even have time to update my blog! One wedding in particular stands out because it is what I affectionately call an “adventure wedding” or one that requires me to travel a large distance.

On July 25th I drove out to this really cool cabin in Oklahoma, which was right on a really cool lake to do a wedding for the soon-to-be Kyle and Michele Burke.

It. Was. Fantastic!

It had to have been one of the most beautiful days we had all summer. With the breeze, the lake and the great families they both had, this was a wedding to remember. I haven’t had a wedding yet where I have put in a long distance (this was about 8 hours round trip) and regretted it. They are always great and I am always glad I could be there for them.

Congrats to the new Mr. and Mrs. Burke!

Published in: on September 8, 2010 at 10:26 pm  Leave a Comment  

Congrats to the Kowalks!

Did you know there is a very cool wedding chapel in Ridgedale, MO?
Its true.
It is called the Integrity Hills Chapel and it is beautiful:

Check it out if you are looking for an awesome place to get married. Which was perfect for the two awesome people that got married there last weekend! Congrats to the new Mr. and Mrs. Kowalk!

Published in: on September 1, 2010 at 10:08 pm  Comments (1)  

Congrats to the Carrs!

In a very pretty ceremony, Trisha and Brent tied the knot at the old firehouse on Commercial. This officially makes the 4th ceremony I have done there this year and I still think it is awesome.

Congrats Mr. and Mrs. Carr!

Published in: on August 20, 2010 at 10:15 pm  Leave a Comment  

Very busy = no updates

I know I have been very bad at updating my blog this summer but I have been SO BUSY! Not that I am complaining! I am also working on something really new and cool for Magick Weddings, so stay posted and I’ll give you some good stuff soon.

So, since I don’t have anything right now here is a neat article by Mint: Cutting Wedding Cake Costs (Without Sacrificing Quality)

Published in: on August 13, 2010 at 4:03 pm  Leave a Comment  

Weddings Everywhere!

I do a lot of “same-day” elope type weddings which usually take place in a park, a back yard or even my living room but today I married a couple in the Bass Pro Shops building in a quick ceremony by the waterfall. Very cute couple. Congrats to you!

Published in: on June 11, 2010 at 7:53 pm  Leave a Comment  

Congratulations to the Reeds!

Fayetteville Arkansas has some really neat places to do weddings and one of them is the Pratt Place Inn and Barn.

Barn

In a very pretty outdoor ceremony Allison and Pate said their vows

The barn was even all dressed up for the event:

Congrats guys, you are awesome!

Published in: on May 29, 2010 at 7:41 pm  Leave a Comment  

Congratulations to the Petrashes!

If you have never thought of doing your wedding in Arkansas you are missing out on some amazing places to have a wedding.

Thorncrown Chapel is located outside of Eureka Springs and is a marvel of architecture and beauty in the Ozarks woods.

Thorncrown Chapel

Thorncrown Chapel

In this beautiful setting Naomi Warren and Pete Petrash said their vows in a very whimsical ceremony that featured music out of Alice in Wonderland. Congrats you two!

Naomi and Pete

Naomi and Pete

Published in: on May 28, 2010 at 7:29 pm  Leave a Comment