Did you receive an invitation or two (or four) to any weddings earlier this year? Maybe a few ‘Save the Date” cards last fall?
If so, more than likely any sizable receptions or large group gatherings were postponed or even cancelled.
The weddings themselves however continued to remain on the docket for most.
An unusual year to be sure and, one hopes, a year that will be an anomaly so we can go back to indulging in banquets, buffets, speeches, enthusiastic DJ’s,, the occasional open bar that can make folks believe they can dance, varied interactions with relatives we rarely see at any other time, and, of course, cake.
In the meantime,despite all the changes brought to our lives with any number of plans being scrapped or modified, people continue to fall in love and continue to sign up and commit to the relationship by obtaining a license to marry.
These couples recently made their way to the Newaygo County Clerks office in White Cloud.
Amanda Gordon, Casnovia and Jacob Stover, Rockford
Krystal Jacques, Lorain,Ohio and Christer Majors, Muskegon
Johanna Herrington, Rockford and Eric Klein, Sparta
Jessica Alvarado, White Cloud and Kyle Sutton, White Cloud
Amy Gunnels, White Cloud and Brent Krueger, White Cloud
Karla Whela Tjapkes, Newaygo and Scott Shippy, Newaygo
Elizabeth Lawson, Grant and Ryan Crandall, Grant
Randy Pekel, Fremont and Courtney Dupras, Fremont
Amanda Haner, White Cloud and Mickey Rodriguez, Conroe, Texas
“It is such a happiness when good people get together -- and they always do.”- Jane Austen, Emma