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New York Proposal

But it could have happened in North Carolina as well.

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Floating Honeymoon

 Wedding on a BoatEddi and Marv had both been previously married for many years. When they met it was through a divorce recovery class where they discovered they both enjoyed sailing. They didn't want a formal wedding, but a different ceremony, on a sailboat, wearing the clothes of the area in which they were planning their honeymoon. So it was Hawaiian attire for all that attended. The Honorable Sande Lynne helped the couple write the ceremony, which told of their love for sailing, all things Hawaiian and most of all, for one another. Sande happily wed Eddi and Marv in her Hawaiian perot, incorporating many of the Hawaiian traditions she had researched, which included the exchanging of floral leis.

Horses on the Trail

Wedding on a HorseSydney and Dex met at the stables. It was inevitable. They were both avid riders and had been all their lives. Dex was new to Sydney's town and one of the first things he sought out was a place to board his horse. Not only did he find an excellent facility, he found Sydney there as well. They became fast friends, the friendship soon developed into a serious relationship and when they decided to marry, of course, they wanted their ceremony to be on horseback. They struggled to find an officiant who would perform the ceremony they dreamed of until a friend of Sydney's told her about The Honorable Sande Lynne. Not only was Sande excited about this idea, she helped write the ceremony, traveled up the trail on horseback, wore her cowboy clothes to fit into the wedding party and it became one of her most memorable marriages.

Chef in the Kitchen

Chef marries in the KitchenIt was love at first sight for Lisa and Mark. They met at work and knew in an instant they were meant to be together. But each was involved with another, and besides, workplace romances rarely develop into anything worthwhile. Or so they thought. Over the months they became fast friends, still not moving on any of the feelings they had for each other. To each other's delight, they both broke it off with their significant others, which led them to their first kiss, sealing their destiny. They were eventually married by the honorable Sande Lynne in the restaurant in which Mark is the executive chef.


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