Wedding in the Woods Escapes the Threat of Rain at Stony Creek Metropark

IMG_0991IMG_0993Congratulations to Jessica and Stephen on their wedding at Stony Creek Metropark. We were concerned about this outdoor wedding in a wooded Pinegrove as there had been thunderstorms earlier in the day. However, a fortunate break in the weather allowed for a charming wedding in the woods. Metropolitan Shuttle transported guests from the reception tent by the boat launch to the chapel in the woods. The flower bouquets were especially lovely and we were not surprised to discover that they were the work of Viviano’s Florist. They always prepare phenomenal arrangements. The couple chose “Colors of the Wind” for the mother’s seating. Officiant John MacDonald directed a spiritual service. We had the pleasure of working with two talented musicians. Jeff Acton, pianist at The Woods Church in Warren, performed “Come Thou Font” with us for the processional. Fortunately for us, Brett Cummins of Motor City HDJ was on hand and helped us and Jeff with a power source and speaker system. He was indispensable and we send our thanks out to him! The guests enjoyed the Motor City sounds during the reception. During the sand ceremony and communion, Joey Ramirez, a college friend of Jessica’s, played a beautiful Christian song. The couple recessed to “When You Wish Upon a Star” and was transported back to the tent for an evening’s reception. We send our best wishes to Jessica and Stephen as they begin married life together.
Stony Creek Metropark Weddings
Motor City HDJ
The Woods Church of Warren
Viviano’s Florist
Metropolitan Shuttle

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