Congratulations Heather and Edward!

Congratulations Heather and Edward on your wedding at home! We are calling this their wedding at home because this delightfully happy couple was already married in Spain this spring. Their first ceremony took place on the beach, but this one took place next to a beautiful tree in a lovely garden at Long Meadow Farm in Waupaca. This ceremony was to share their love and happiness with their family and friends.

The ceremony was performed by Rev. Kelly of Heartfelt Ministries, dinner was made on site by a good friend of the couple, and the cake was provided by the The Backdoor Bakery at the Green Fountain Inn, also in Waupaca. It was a wonderful day.

Heather and Ed were a really fun couple to work with. They chose some completely unique elements for their ceremony. The above picture highlights how they chose to share their vows. Instead of the traditional repeat after me format, they each said a line of their vows and went back and forth so their vows created this intricate promise that they both agreed to. In addition to be unique, this keeps guests from getting board since the vows are always different.

We did run into a snafu with the ring exchange. All of us forgot that they were already wearing their rings from the first ceremony in Spain. So when it came time to exchange rings, they had to take them off, give them to each other and the put them back in place in the traditional way. All the guests had a chuckle over our “technical issue.”

The other unique element of the ceremony was the rose exchange. We wove how Heather’s mom love roses and kept them in her home as a symbol of love and life into the traditional rose exchange. It really made the ceremony personal and something no one had seen before.

Congratulations Heather and Edward! We hope you are always as happy as this.


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