About: Annemarie Juhlian
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Wedding Dog! Wedding Dog! The Power of “Woof!” and Unconditional Love to Sparkle Up Your Wedding Ceremony…
If you know me, I’m a crazy dog lady. My husband and I work with special needs and/or older dogs and have done so, together, for more than 15 years. When I am not engaged, in my happy place with my wedding work, my other happy place is our Wigglebutt Farm, a 5-acre sanctuary for Continue Reading »
When I first met with the wonderful Jim and Stephanie, they did indeed tell me that the Huskies would be playing at UW on their wedding day, with kick-off near their wedding ceremony start time. So, knowing that their wedding was right next door, at the beautiful Graham Visitor’s Center at the Seattle Arboretum, had Continue Reading »
2 Beautiful Women. An Extravagant and Opulent Garden. An Incredible Wedding Day at The Salish Lodge.
In this work that I do, I’ve been to a lot of places. On Saturday afternoon, Wedding Planner Alissa Lawton of Gather Events, and her team, went above and beyond to create one of the most magnificent ceremony spaces I have been seen. Kudos to Thatch Seattle for installing the decor and flowers…seriously, such incredible Continue Reading »
Darlings, I’m deep in it! The ups and downs of all things weddings this summer season. Gratefully, a zillion more ups than downs. As I reflect back on the past few weeks, here is what I’d like to share… There is nothing I love better than the joy a dog brings to a wedding day. Continue Reading »
Written on June 27, 2018 at 10:06 am
Categories: Life as a Wedding Officiant
Tags: bastyr chapel wedding, marriedbyannemarie.com, the manor bainbridge island wedding, the museum of glass tacoma wedding, the salish lodge wedding
In this work that I do, I am intensely curiously about what brings two people together to marry. Over this past week, I married four beautiful, inspiring and very different couples, all setting out on the path to lifetime commitment. Niz and Emilia were married in an intimate ceremony for ‘2,’ with Niz’s sons in Continue Reading »
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