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A beautiful Sunday afternoon in July was the perfect setting for Jim’s and Stacey’s wedding at Brightmoor Church in Novi, Michigan.  The stunning “glass cross” window at the entrance of the church, which holds special significance for the couple, was hand crafted by Jim.  Family and friends witnessed a very poignant ceremony uniting the couple and featured the Cord of Three Strands, a unique symbol of their commitment to God and each other.  The celebration with family and friends continued at the beautifully decorated Lyon Oaks Golf Club.  The couple and their guests enjoyed a delicious dinner, followed by dancing and the opportunity to create even more memories in the photo booth!

Jim and Stacey, you are a wonderful couple, and we are so glad we could join you for the most important day of your life.  We wish you all the best in the many years to come.

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One Comment

  1. Jim & Stacey, WOW, that short snippet of video brought a tear to my eye, just like the ceremony. I am so happy for the four of you. Stacey you have done much like what I did with Elysa, Josh & Brooke. I know you will do an incredible job making the family whole. Thank you both for allowing me to share in such a sacred & beautiful occasion, I feel truly honored to have been there. I can’t wait to see the whole video and live through the incredible moments again. Phenomenal ceremony for two phenomenal people, hope the honeymoon was fun & you have both recovered from the experience. Hope to see you both soon, God Bless, Uncle Alastair


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