Idaho Wedding Officiant

Idaho Wedding Officiant

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M. Victoria Prouty
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Sunday, September 15, 2013

All Roads Lead to Home | Jen and Eric

Jennifer Fish and Eric Liles found true love, and were joined in marriage on a sunny Sunday afternoon.  Jen and Eric exchanged their vows in an outdoor garden wedding at the beautiful home of her aunt and uncle, Jan and Bob Kimbrough, in Kuna.  There weren't too many dry eyes during the ceremony (including mine), and it was my privilege and honor to officiate at their sweet ceremony.  Jen is my lovely niece, and along with her parents Susan and Arg White, we all welcomed Eric into the family with open arms.

The day were speculator!  Loving words, big hugs, meaningful toasts, all for a wonderful couple ready for their beach honeymoon to Mexico!

Congratulations to a very special couple!

 The Wedding Wine Selection
Cindy, Jennifer, Michelle 
Noelle, Isabella and Alexandria
 Jen's maternal grandmother Betty Wood and Jen
 Mother of the Bride Susan, Bride Jennifer and Sister of the Bride Michelle
Vicky the Wedding Officiant, Eric the Groom, Jennifer the Bride, 
Suzanne the Bride's Cousin, and Jeff, Suzanne's Husband
 Susan, Jennifer, Vicky and Janie
 Jennifer and her niece, Isabella
 It's Official!  Eric and Jen are Mr. and Mrs.!
Awesome sign!

Saturday, September 7, 2013

McCall Wedding for Alana Meyer and Nate Burke

A breathtaking bride and her handsome groom were married on the afternoon of September 7th at a beach front wedding at the home of the bride's parents in McCall, Idaho.  The Altar was a large tree stump the three of us stood on, beautifully decorated and on the water's edge.  Alana and Nate incorporated the "Seven Spices of Life" ceremony.  Each family member poured layers of spices and herbs which represented a symbolic meaning for each spice.

First Layer - Alana, the Bride.  Salt - The Foundation
Second Layer - Marco, Bride's Father.  Rosemary - Long Life-Prosperity
Third Layer - Ellen, Bride's Mother.  Basil - Good Fortune, Wealth, Happiness
Fourth Layer - Alyssa, Bride's Sister.  Curry - To Protect Family
Fifth Layer - Megan, Groom's Sister.  Poppy Seed - The Fulfill Dreams
Sixth Layer - Barbara, Groom's Mother.  Paprika - Passion
Seventh Layer - Lauren, Groom's Sister.  Thyme - Strength and Courage
Eight Layer - Cam, Groom's Father.  Oregano - The Joy in Life
Final Layer -  Nate, the Groom.  Final Layer of Salt to signifying Unity.

The music was provided by Trish Williams, a friend of the bride, and was incredible.  Trish set the mood for a festive party.  The food, flowers, desserts, photographs and the beautiful sun peaking through the pines took my breath away.  The love between the family members celebrating the marriage of Alana and Nate was in every detail, and I was truly honored to be a part of this family's celebration.  A special shout-out to Marco and Ellen, and Cam and Barbara!


Officiant Vicky Prouty, Nate and Alana Burke
Meyer ~ Burke Wedding on Payette Lake 
The Altar - Tree Base
 Seven Spices of Life Ceremony
 Seven Spices of Life Vessel 
Filled with herbs and spices 
filled by family members
 Beautiful Bride - Alana Meyer Burke

 Guest tables complimented the colors of the water
Bride and Groom Table
 Family
Trish, Whitney and Steve Williams | Trish provided Sunset Sounds
Cocktail Hour
Guests at the water's edge
 Photographers Tina and her Assist Thelma (moms make great assistants!)
The Wedding Program

Friday, September 6, 2013

Red Roses for a Beautiful Bride | Joni Roy and Homer Allen

Joni Roy and Homer Allen invited their immediate family and a few special friends to witness their wedding vows in their beautiful backyard in Kuna.   It was a celebration of love uniting these two great people who fell in love and sealed their vows on a warm September night. Congratulations!
Joni and Homer Allen, and Officiant Vicky Prouty
Joni tosses her bridal bouquet!
A toast to the newly married Mr. and Mrs. Homer Allen!