The newly wedded Kelly and Christine!



Here is Kelly and Christine who married at Winvian Farm, a bucolic farm resort in CT, in front of fruit laded apple trees.   When they first came to me,  I could not but help notice how their hands were always tenderly holding, touching, caressing.   Not surprisingly, they chose the anointing and blessing of the hands as a focal point for their ceremony.  I got to know them.  The ceremony was personal and completely reflective of who they are, how they feel.  I laced their words throughout the ceremony.  The light of their love was felt by all!   It was an honor to stand by their sides.   Afterwards, Christine sent me this email which touched my heart.

Thank you so much Rev. Susanna.

I wanted to let you know how incredibly happy we are with how our wedding day turned out, we can’t thank you enough. It was a truly magical day from beginning to end.

You were SO wonderful and we have gotten calls, texts, emails, notes, still coming in about how blown away everyone was with the ceremony (apparently there wasn’t a dry eye in the place!), including my parents and family.  They all said they have never experienced anything like it, so special and intimate and engaging.  My parents are still talking about it, and everyone is asking about you and how we found you and how we put together such a ceremony.

We kept kept talking about how we think people have been a little changed since that day.  We are so thankful the universe sent us in your direction.  The ceremony was nothing short of incredible, but you also gave invaluable tools and advice on our relationship, current and future, that we will remember and use forever.  You helped us, me especially, to be more open and to see how important it is to show everyone what we have, and also to celebrate that.  I could go on and on, but you’ve been a true blessing and we are so grateful.

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