Ceremony   1 comment


Our focus is the ceremony and vows we want to make  before God. When God put it in our hearts  to wed,  the desire was to stand before the Lord and commit ourselves to His purpose and plan for our lives. We both know God has a great work for us to do and He wants us to do it together. We knew from the time we met that this was the person designed by God for us to partner with in this world. The ceremony and vows are the most important part of this experience. We take this very seriously and have been steadily preparing ourselves for this moment and the next phase of our lives. We invite the Spirit of God to be present during this process and guide us to His purpose.  Our marriage is a blessing, a precious gift,  from our Creator and to Him be all the Glory. We know as people we will let each other down but we are training ourselves to see each other through the eyes of Jesus and this no easy task, but it is a necessary one. It is through our relationship that we will fully understand how to maneuver through this world. Jesus is the example set forth for us  to understand how to Love and Honor one another.  Our vows and ceremony will put this understanding into action to honor our Savior and His love sacrifice for humanity.


The Maitland Arts Center

231 W Packwood Ave Maitland, FL 32751-5553 – (407) 539-2181



The chapel is outlined with carvings of Jesus’ life and crucifixion. There are intricate sculpture carvings of angels and crosses guarding the entrance and chapel. We knew this was a perfect representation of commitment to each other through Jesus Christ.

The Maitland Art Center is dedicated to promoting knowledge and education in American art and artists. It provides changing exhibits of contemporary art in its galleries and outstanding instruction by professional artists in its studios. Its fine programs, unique architecture, and attractive grounds offer the stimulating creative atmosphere in which the fine arts flourish. MAC was originally built in 1937 by visionary American artist and architect Jules André Smith, as an Artist colony for promising artists. The Art Center is highly decorated with murals, bas-reliefs, and carvings done in an Aztec/Mayan motif. This ornamentation is an integral part of the buildings, making the compound itself a work of art.

  • Ceremony will be held in an outdoor Chapel followed by a prayer circle  in the adjacent courtyard.

Wedding Participants:

Minister-Yolanda Choser

Matron of  Honor- Sue Hanna

Best Man- Felix Gallardo

Wedding Party-Nicole Dohrman, Melisa Workman, Kristina Wilcox,Nicolas Hanna

Ushers-Hannah &  Olivia Zuk

Parking is available in front of Chapel and in the Germain Parking lot next door.

The average temperature is 72 degrees in December.



Posted September 13, 2010 by 1212ourday in Ceremony

Theme   Leave a comment

Our wedding theme is modern with a twist of vintage…let’s say it’s Modern Vintage with a splash of the creative.


We were inspired by post-modern art  and the use of vibrant colors.  Art is created by incorporating feeling mixed with spirit. In the process of creating  art, spirit motivates the direction and then the artist must be disciplined in directing that feeling/spirit with clarity, awareness, and understanding.

Our relationship is a work of art.

Color Theme:

The main colors are White and  Blue.

The accent colors are variations of Red,Silver,Purple, Orange, and Green.

The Bridal Party will be wearing White and Cream.

The Grooms Party will be wearing Dark and Light Blue.

In Spirit of the celebration we requests that  guests steer away from wearing all black.

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Posted September 13, 2010 by 1212ourday in Color & Theme