On Veterans Day I officiated Scott and Sheila’s wedding ceremony in Quincy Florida.
Our family team of Wedding Officiants thanks all active military and veterans for their service. We truly appreciate your sacrifice and commitment to our country. Our very own George Sr. is a Veteran and we appreciate his service very much. To show a small token of our appreciation, we are happy to give active military bride or groom a discount on our services.
Scott and Sheila had their Veterans Day wedding ceremony in Quincy Florida at a Scott’s Dad’s house. The ceremony was at 7pm so it was dark. They had beautiful lights strung up all around. It was so romantic.
White lights decorated the property for Scott and Sheila’s Veterans Day Wedding Ceremony in Quincy Florida
The ceremony included a unity sand ceremony.
Unity Sand Ceremony setup
Sheila emailed me over the ceremony and after a few days of thinking about it I emailed her and ask, “Is anyone attending your wedding in the military or a Veteran? If yes, would you like me to say a thank you being that your wedding ceremony is on Veterans Day?” She emailed back and said her husband-to-be, Scott, is a Veteran and another guest is a Veteran. She was so happy and appreciative that I made this recommendation.
After the I welcomed guests to the wedding, I said “Being that today is Veteran’s Day and our very own groom, Scott, is a Veteran as well as guest John Blackburn we would like to take a moment to recognize and thank them for their bravery, hard work, and dedication to our country.”
We THANK YOU!
Sheila and Scott, and all the guests, thanked me for saying that. It made me very happy to recognize the Veterans present and recognize Veterans Day.
Me with the newly married Sheila and Scott at their Veterans Day Wedding Ceremony in Quincy Florida
Congratulations, Scott and Sheila!!!