Senior Weddings by Tampa Notary Justice of the Peace Wedding Officiate

Senior Weddings by Tampa Notary Justice of the Peace Wedding Officiate

Senior Weddings by Tampa Notary Justice of the Peace Wedding Officiate….It’s never to late to fall in love.

We love our seniors, and our seniors love weddings. Some seniors are on a fixed income, but can still have a their special day, and share it with those that mean the most to them.
We officiated, Michelle & William’s wedding on  4/5/14. The wedding was at their mobile home community function room in Tarpon Springs. Michelle decorated the tables with purple clothes and had flower arrangements on all the tables. All the friends, mostly seniors, came and were ready for a great time. Everyone chanted “Here comes the bride!” as Michelle walked down aisle.  They were both tearful when saying their vows and we could really see the love they have for each other.
Congratulations, Michelle and William!

Congratulations, Michelle and William!

We married, Elizabeth & James  on 3/22/14 at their beachfront home in Treasure Island. They had family & friends join them to celebrate their special day. They have been together for a number of years and decided it was time to make it legal. See image above.
We also recently married, Marny & Ray. The only guest they wanted was their small dog, and they wanted him to carry a flower and wear a tuxedo. They were married at sunset on Honeymoon Island State Park in Dunedin at the dog beach. George Sr. took beautiful sunset pictures of them– and their guest 🙂
Congratulations Marny and Ray! Photo by George Sr.

Congratulations Marny and Ray! Photo by George Sr.

Each of our senior couples celebrated their weddings in meaningful ways to them. We were thankful to be a part of these
special days and that they continue to believe in love and married in their senior years. We wish them all MANY years of happiness together.
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