Enchanted Ceremony at the Earhart Manor in Ann Arbor

Congratulations to Lori and George who were married at the Earhart Manor of Concordia University in Ann Arbor. It was a beautiful day for an outdoor wedding and the atmosphere was joyful. The mothers of the bride and groom were seated while we played Schubert’s Ave Maria. The bridal party, in spring green dresses, walked to Kanon with two sweet flower girls finishing the processional before the bride. Lori entered to Trumpet Voluntary carrying a gorgeous array of mango calla lilies. It’s worth mentioning that One Enchanted Evening did a superb job with the flowers. Lovely tangerine and white floral spheres lined the aisle and rose petals acted as the aisle cloth. We want to thank Joyce, the wedding coordinator, for her assistance throughout the day. Following the ceremony, we traveled to the Inn at St. John’s were we played a mix of nostalgic and contemporary romantic songs for the cocktail hour. We wish Lori and George the very best as they begin their live together.

One Enchanted Evening

Earhart Manor

The Inn at St. Johns

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