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Thursday
Sep142017

Elopement on Mackinac Island

 

I am thankful for a job that has brought me to Mackinac Island. Because it’s kind of like a dream here. Except it’s not. It’s real. There really are horse drawn carriages, amazing flowers, an 8 mile road with only bikes riding around it, and people walking around with large smiles at all times. People always seem to want to know how Mark and I ended up on this quaint little island, and my answer in a nutshell is curiosity. “What would it be like to work one wedding a year on Mackinac Island?” As a girl who grew up “down-state” in another quaint little town called Northville, I have always loved the little island and the magic you feel every time you step off that ferry boat. Has it always been easy? Has it always made sense? Has it always been a clear path? Of course not. Like I said, this island is real, and so is life living in on it. But, curiosity will lead you down many amazing paths in life, and don’t we owe it to ourselves to follow them?

A big shout out to Carole Erble, for helping this beautiful elopement go off perfectly!!!

 

Wedding Coordinator: For the Love of Mackinac

Wedding Flowers: Margaret's Garden, Grand Hotel

Wedding Photography:  McCoy Made
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Mackinac Island Wedding CarriageA perfect day for a Mackinac Island elopement, followed by a carriage ride around the island!
Mackinac Island ElopementI love when a bride and groom take time in their day for each other, and for pictures around the island! So fun, and relaxing for them!!

 

 

 

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