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2021 Couples We Married

Filed in Wedding — January 20, 2022

I am incredibly appreciative of all the ceremonies that Koru Ceremony performed this year. Despite the pandemic that caused some cancellations and postponements, we still officiated 91 weddings, three baptisms, and one memorial service. The joy of being a part of these important transitional moments in people’s lives is always an honor and a privilege. We believe a ceremony performed with intention and great care makes the memories even richer and more significant.

I am exceedingly grateful to the officiants that work with Koru: Reverends Amy Gile, Sarah Harrison, Peter Leidy, and Rachel Tatge. Each of them receives rave reviews from the wedding couples they work with, and I am thankful for having such dedicated and caring officiants.

The attached photos are from many of the wedding couples we worked with, although not all. If I knew who the photographer was, I have given them photo credit. Those photos that don’t have a photo credit were taken by an officiant, or I have not been able to figure out who took the image. I would be happy to add the photographer’s names if you want to pass them on to me. Or, if I did not include a photo from your wedding, I would be happy to add it.

Thank you for a wonderful year, and Koru looks forward to what 2022 brings. Happy New Year!

 

 

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KORU (kor-roo) is the Maori word for “loop.” For the indigenous people of New Zealand, the koru spiral represents a fern frond beginning to unfurl. The koru symbol embodies new beginnings, a new phase of life, renewal, hope for the future, positive change, personal growth, working in harmony, bringing people together, and being mindful of the good things in life.

At Koru Ceremony, we strive to personify these ideals and celebrate a new beginning through ceremony and ritual.

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