Keisha Marries Kyle

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On Saturday, July 21, 2012, I was able to officiate at the wedding of Keisha Ollivierre and Kyle Van Nort. This wedding took place at a delightful Savannah venue, The Marshall House. This is the oldest hotel in Savannah. It was built in 1851 and opened as a hotel that year by Mary L. Marshall. It served as a hospital for soldiers in the Civil War, and it was home to Joel Harris (author of the famous Uncle Remus stories). Original features of the building remain to this day! This location also has its share of ghosts. Click here to see The Marshall House website!

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The beautiful courtyard of this venue is covered and air conditioned. As such, it provides the outdoor feeling with the comforts and rain protection of the indoors.

Keisha and Kyle had a beautiful ceremony. One of the most moving parts of the ceremony was when the bride’s father sang a heartfelt song he had written to the couple. There was a great feeling of love and warmth at this wedding.

Of course, much of the success of this wedding was due to the wonderful care the celebration received from First City Events. Bonnie and her capable staff see to every detail of the wedding, and it is always a pleasure for me to work with them. Click here for First City Events’ website!

Keisha and Kyle, I want to thank you for letting me share this special moment in your life. Congratulations, Kyle and Keisha Van Nort!

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