A Memorable Wedding


On Saturday, September 8, 2012, I officiated at the wedding of Erika Diven and Ben Greco. They had a beautiful wedding which left a lasting impression on me.

The wedding took place at Savannah’s Charles Morris Center. This venue has special historical significance. It is located at the Garden planted by the original Georgia colonists in 1734. Click here to see their website!

The adjacent Pirates House Restaurant has welcomed seafarers and pirates since that time. It remains a great restaurant to this day! Pirates’ House Website!

This wedding made use if the significance of its location. For their unity ceremony, they did a Unity Flower Ceremony (see my earlier post here which describes this).

At this wedding Erika and Ben had a Parent Honoring Ceremony. It was a surprise to their parents and totally unexpected. Because of this, it made a strong emotional impact. Erika and Ben thanked their own parents for bringing them to this day. Then they took a moment to thank the parents of their spouse for the love-able qualities each instilled in that spouse. It was a touching and meaningful way to begin the ceremony.




Erika and Ben had a beautiful wedding ceremony. Immediately after the ceremony, the photographer whisked them off for photographs.

As they posed for their photograph overlooking the bluff, a beautiful rainbow arched overhead.


Erika and Ben, thank you for letting me be a part of your special day! Thank you for the touching memory! Thank you for almost making me a Clemson fan.

Congratulations, Mr and Mrs Ben and Erika Greco!



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  1. Like the reflections in the floor and of course the rainbow. Look like a nice couple.

    • Thanks for your comment! And yes, Ben and Erika are a delightful couple. I’m wondering, though, if there was a pot of gold at the end of that rainbow!

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