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    A Bounty of Blessings: When one blessing leads to another

     As the sun reflects on the snow I am reminded of the pure love I feel when one blessing leads to another. Last June I had the joy to preside over the nuptials of two wonderful women.Looking out this same window where I now sit, Lisa noted all the birds at the bath and feeder. Rita went on about how her Italian family had welcomed Lisa as their own. At their wedding on Cape Cod Bay they vowed their love and celebrated in a big way.The following October I traveled to Connecticut. I was so touched to be asked to bless their baby girl. Held by her Godfather, with Godmother close by, all the famiy joined in the blessing. Rita's mother, Maria, also joined us as we blessed the house, calling on the archangels in each corner of their home. A bounty of blessings indeed! This family has such a big, bright, beautiful heart! The light of their love still radiates on this midwinter day.

    The True Love
    by David Whyte

    There's a faith in loving fiercely the one who is rightfully yours
    especially if you have waited years and especially if part of you never believed you could deserve this loved and beckoning hand held out to you this way.

                                                           WE ARE FAMILY! 




    Rhonwen Churchill Photography 



    The time has come to cross- Naturally Elegant Wedding Ceremonies

    Key Thresholds “It is wise in your own life to be able to recognize and acknowledge key thresholds: to take your time; to feel all the varieties of presence that accrue there; to listen inward with complete attention until you hear the inner voice calling you forward. The time has come to cross.”    John O’Donohue from 'To Bless the Space between Us'


    Cape Cod Weddings-What's with the Soulful?-Huppahs,Thresholds and Archways




    "Under the Huppah- a symbolic act of intimacy that demonstrates the couple's intention to create a new home and new life."  from the New Jewish Wedding, a book by Anita Diamant.

      This wedding shelter made from birch branches and adorned with white hydrangeas with a carpet of peach rose petals, provided a sacred space for Evan and Sarah to say, " I do."

    They wed in September at The Poppy'  Popponnessett Inn on Cape South Beach.


    What's with the Soulful?

    As this Cape Cod Wedding Officiant /Celebrant /Interfaith minister winds down her 2012 season (slowly for I am happy to say I have two weddings at Chatham Bars Inn coming up in December) I want  to thank all the wonderful couples who gave me the pleasure of presiding over their weddings this year.

     It has been a truly delightful wedding season and I wish everyone of you the very best of love! I will be traveling abroad from November 5th -19th so I wanted to take time to voice my appreciation.

    As the inquiries for 2013 begin, I thought I'd like to share with you the genesis of the name, Soulful Wedding Ceremonies. I am an ordained Interfaith Minister. I don't adhere to any one religion although I respect and honor all faith traditions. I was raised Irish Catholic and Celtic Spirituality is a part of my 'practice.' I truly love God but think God is actually too big and has too hilarious a sense of humor, to be contained in any one religion. Meher Baba summed up it up best when he wrote, "God is Love and Love must Love."

    'Soulful' is not a religious word to me. Actually growing up near Detroit and dancing to '60s Motown Sound may have more bearing on my concept of soul then any CCD class ever did. Soul to me  is felt deeply but acts without pretense. Soul has a great sense of the humor and humanity. Soul knows how to have a good time. Knows how to stand on ceremony without being stodgy.

    Enough of that for now I  had a couple who gave me feedback that the name might scare off some deliciously unchurchy couples. Rest assured you are safe with me. Now, let's look at some wedding shelters, archways and chuppahs all sacred thresholds for your wedding day.  This first do it yourself bedoin beach wedding shelter which was way out on Ballston Beach in Truro.This "Just the Two of Us" wedding was  colorful, simply soulful and sweet.

    The second archway just resounds with anticipation nestled at low tide on Chequessett Neck.

    Lots of sky and the Nantucket Sound meet at Chatham Bars Inn Boathouse where Laura and Chris wed beneath a simple white trellis.

     The last photo is of the wedding arch featured on my website. The bride's family built that arch over the course of the summer from driftwood on the bayside beach where Kathleen and Ben were wed in September 2010.

    These thresholds are just a small sample of the wedding archs, chuppahs, trellises that serve as holy shelters set out in the natural world. As John O'Donohue says "To be Natural is to be Holy."