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Blessing of the Brides and Grooms in Central Park

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Engaged couples are invited to join us for our annual Wedding Goddess Blessing of the Brides and Grooms in Central Park on June 14, 2008, at 4 PM.

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This is the only event of its kind for engaged couples in New York City. Brides and their grooms, of all faiths and backgrounds, join us each year in one of the most sacred parts of Central Park. The blessing is in a place blessed by the hundreds of weddings that are held their each year.

Space is limited so you must RSVP to let us know you want to attend, and for location information.

The Blessing of the Brides and Grooms is a ceremony before your ceremony, to help you feel more relaxed, centered and confident …show you how to visualize your wedding going your way … and empower you to be present and there for one another on your big day!

It is a blessing meant to help give your marriage the best possible start.

The Blessing of the Brides and Grooms is offered by husband and wife officiants, Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway and Rev. Vic Fuhrman.

Our wish for all brides and grooms is that your journey to the altar be magical and blessed! And that their marriages have the best start ever.

This blessing is our gift to you each year!

PLEASE RSVP to Rev. Laurie Sue ASAP!

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