Three Ceremony Stories
Here are wedding ceremony examples.
Three completely different places and people,
all joining two hearts in marriage.
I love what I do.




Wedding at Drumbeg Park
About the ceremony:
Graeme is the son of a close friend of mine and I remember the day he was born. What a thrill and a true pleasure to be able to create a wedding that captured the story of love and adventure for Graeme and his amazing bride Sophie. I woke up the day after the wedding wishing we could do the ceremony all over again. So much love on a sunny day in August.
A quote from the ceremony:
Sophie and Graeme. On one side of you is your Sea of Love, the waters of the Salish Sea. You also have a Sea of Love who has traveled from all around the world to witness your vows of marriage and to celebrate the decision that your lives belong together. Choosing this place for a wedding ceremony recognizes the appreciation you both have for the Litherland family vision of island living, growing families and appreciating nature. Sophie chose this exact rock that she is standing on right now, I think from now on we can call it The Wedding Rock."



A Fall Wedding beside the Beach
Two thank you notes to me from Jay and Kathy: 
~"Jane, thank you so much for yesterday. You truly are a dream come true. Everyone was so very happy that we had chosen you to marry us. Seriously Jane, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you!"
~"We want to thank you, Jane for taking the time to make everything so perfect for our wedding day, the only day it didn't rain that week. ;-) You shared our love story with family & friends better than anyone could. Your professionalism is surpassed only for your dedication to making sure that the room was filled with so much love, smiles & laughter. "
Thank you so much Jane.'' Love J & Kathy




The Garden Wedding

I loved helping Rhonda and Bob plan an intimate wedding ceremony in their garden at home. Being asked to plan and officiate this wedding was special for me as it was my very first wedding. Working side by side to prepare their garden for the wedding, Ruth and Bill kept their wedding very small, there were only 15 people present. As Ruth walked through the garden, escorted by her two close friends, she greeted her guests who each had a flower they had chosen from the garden to present to her. The collection of flowers became her bridal bouquet.
A quote from the ceremony:
"What better way to be married than in the midst of nature and these beautiful trees, flowers and vegetables. Natural beauty reminds us of all that is good and pure and right in this world. Families grow and are nurtured in outdoor spaces. Every year as Mother Earth gives re-birth to all the plants around us, Rhonda and Bob, will remember today and the people who came to celebrate this marriage with them."