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Jaclyn Amanda Schaffer

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The Wedding of Bryan Scott Prejsnar & Janet Lea Brockway

Officiated by Jaclyn Amanda Schaffer in Ohio on August 11th, 2018.

ABOUT THIS WEDDING

"Bryan came to me with so much enthusiasm. He and Janet had been together 14 years and were ready to make it official. I am always moved by true love. Part of why I do what I do is I love to see and celebrate love. Bryan and Janet wanted to get married their way. I was thrilled to learn they would be wearing matching tie dye outfits for the ceremony, and I could hear the excitement in their voices when I said I thought it would only be appropriate for us all to match and wore my own tie dye. Joining these two really felt good. They were so welcoming and made Mioara and I feel like we were part of the family, not just hired help. They opted to go with the option we offer where we bring the bride a bouquet, a photographer for the ceremony, and cake to share later. After the ceremony we took some family photos, shared a toast for the married couple and all enjoyed the cake. I am looking forward to staying in touch with this wonderful, fun, and kind couple and wish them the best on their new adventure within a familiar journey. "

Jaclyn Amanda Schaffer

WEDDING PHOTOS

Bryan Scott Prejsnar And Janet Lea Brockway’s Wedding Wedding Ceremony Script

Invocation

Today we have come together to witness the marriage of Bryan Scott Prejsnar & Janet Lea Brockway. A good marriage doesn’t happen because you get married it must be created, and maintained. It’s always being there for each other, it’s never being too old to hold hands. It’s remembering to say I love you every day, on every phone call, and showing it in new ways for the rest of your life.

Bryan & Janet you have spent the last 14 years building your life together, being each other’s best friends, supporting each other, teaching each other, sticking it out when things were hard, helping each other grow and be their best selves, You have watched the next generation of your family come into the world and together helped instill values and memories into your grandchildren that will live on as family stories and tales for years to come.

We are gathered here today not to mark the start of a relationship; we are here to recognize a bond that already exists, the love that started 14 years ago with two people who went out one night to be alone, and took a chance on a stranger.

Today is the day that we make it all official, Today is the day the State recognizes what the two of you have known in your hears for so long, your Marriage.

Declaration of Intent

Janet

Do you take Bryan to be your husband, to have and to hold, in sickness and in health, in good times and in bad, for richer or poorer, do you promise to love, cherish and protect him, to approach every day with respect and understanding, and treat him as your equal partner for as long as you both shall live?

Bryan

Do you take Janet to be your Wife, to have and to hold, in sickness and in health, in good times and in bad, for richer or poorer, do you promise to love, cherish and protect her, to approach every day with respect and understanding, and treat her as your equal partner for as long as you both shall live?

Ring Exchange

Now that you have both clearly stated you intention, there is only one thing left to do,

Do we have the rings?

These rings will seal the vows of your marriage, they represent a promise of your everlasting love to each other. The ends have been joined together, just as the two of you have been joined together since the day Janet slipped into the booth across from you and started your journey.

Janet, as you place the ring on Bryan’s finger repeat after me

Bryan, with this ring, I take you to be my husband. I promise to be faithful, honest, and respectful, and to never take our love for granted. I will cherish our friendship and continue to love you bunches today, tomorrow, and forever.

Bryan, as you place the ring on Janet’s finger repeat after me

Janet, with this ring, I take you to be my wife. I promise to be faithful, honest, and respectful, and to never take our love for granted. I will cherish our friendship and continue to love you bushels today, tomorrow, and forever.

Pronouncement

Bryan, Janet,

You have been through thick and thin, you’ve stuck together through the tough times. You have shared the pain of loss, and rejoiced in joy of new life together. You have built a strong and loving family, and grown a relationship so cohesive you finish each other’s sentences.

It is time for the state of Ohio to officially recognize you as the family you have always been. Next week on August 15th when you celebrate your 14th anniversary it will be as Husband and Wife.

It is with great honor that I now on the behalf of the state of Ohio pronounce you Husband and Wife, you may now kiss!




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