I am taking reservations for 2019 weddings up to and including the 20th of October. The winter seriously affect my yard and garden so it is needing a lot of work and isn’t as attractive as usual but you are still more than welcome to come to my home, my dock or garden for small intimate weddings. As always short notice is OK depending on my availability. So give me a call or message me or email me and we can discuss your plans for your day. Kathleen
I’m having a little difficulty getting pictures posted here, but I am working on it. Hope to have them up soon
Amanda and Keven were married today on the shores of Long Lake in Port Orchard today with their close personal friends and family in attendence. While a few drops of rain fell prior to the ceremony, but it stopped as soon as it started. Wishing them much happiness in their life together.
I’m back from a great winter trip and ready to assist you with your wedding plans. I will be available to perform ceremonies from April 1, 2018 to October 31, 2018. The calendar gets quite busy as we get closer to summer so book early as possible. If you are unsure of your location I can give you some helpful suggestions and of course for very small groups you are welcome to come to my home.
After being together for over twenty years they decided this would be a good time to become husband and wife, so in the site of God and nature Bob and Elizabeth united in a very personal ceremony.
Beckie and Alex chose this lovely spot to celebrate their marriage with just close friends and family in attendance. The weather had cooled a bit making it a perfect evening for an outdoor wedding.
Island Lake was the setting for a lovely warm evening wedding of Ashley and Rashad Greene, attended by many friends and family.
I think this date is perfect for weddings because it is my wedding anniversary. I was happy to perform ceremonies for two couples that day.
Veronica and Rick opted to come to my home for a small, personal wedding. My camera didn’t work ( they don’t when you forget to charge the battery) so no picture of the lovely bride and her husband
Later on on this warm July afternoon on their lush property at Discovery Bay Trish Johnson became Mrs Kevin Campbell surrounded by nature and a large group of family and friends. The groom and his son appropriately dressed in their Scottish heritage clothing.
John and Xian (Gin) were united in an evening ceremony in the Grape Arbor on July 26th. John translated the vows for Xian as Xian only speaks Chinese. I gave them a copy of the ceremony so later in private John could translate the entire ceremony to Xian.
When Tim first called he asked if I could just sign their wedding license, they didn’t want a ceremony. When asked why they didn’t want a ceremony he said they did, but they just couldn’t do it all right now. I told them the price was the same and I could guarantee them a very short simple ceremony but with meaning. I explained that for a marriage to be legal in Washington State it was required that they both had to state that they wanted to be married to the other person and a ceremony would be adding just a few more sentences and it would be more meaningful and special. And I was sure his bride would appreciate it,( girls are like that.) So this young soldier arrived with his lovely bride Shreypov where they chose to be married on this sunny morning in the Grape Arbor before returning to work at Joint Base Lewis Mc Cord The ceremony was very short and to the point, but I think they were happier with it than they would have been just signing papers.