Prose and Poetry Bring Unique Quality to Wedding in Bloomfield Hills

Best wishes to Maureen and Benjamin on their wedding last week at Birmingham Unitarian Church in Bloomfield Hills. Laura West of “Events That Impress” organized an elegant event that included candles along the aisle. The ceremony was led by Reverend Sherry from “A Joyful Celebration” and incorporated personal wedding vows and other elements that represented the uniqueness of this couple. The ceremony opened with a special reading, “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin” by Louis de Bernieres, which was read by Beatriz Herraro, Grandmother of the Bride. The bridal party, dressed in navy gowns with an ivory ribbon sash processed to “Trumpet Voluntary” while Maureen walked to the majestic “Queen of Sheba” by Handel. The ceremony was closed by Tommy Kogelschatz, brother of the bride, who read “Oh! The Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Seuss. Following the presentation of the couple, we performed a Beatles favorite, “Here Comes the Sun”. We send our best wishes to Benjamin and Maureen as they begin their life together.

Events That Impress
A Joyful Celebration
Birmingham Unitarian Church

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