Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Congratulations to all Valentine's Day Engagements

"The Wedding Affair"  - is looking for the Signature Bride and Groom for  -12-12-12 Unbelizeable Belize -

For all our couples that have not registered for "The Wedding Affair" please go to

"The Wedding Affair" is looking for that special couple - to go to "Romantic Belize" 12-12-12...ask us why? December 2012 will mark the end of the 5,126 year era of the Mayan Calendar and is a time of renewal, rebirth, renaissance and new beginnings. In honor of this historic and spiritual moment,   adventurous, fortunate and spiritually motivated couples along with their closest friends and family will partake in an exclusive and unique Mayan Marriage of Many wedding celebration in Belize (staged on an ancient Maya Temple at the 3200 year old Mayan City of Cahal Pech) on December 12, 2012.

Our first couple who announced their engagement on Valentine's Day is very dear  to AtUrBest Special Events.  .  Little did we know that we have been searching for that Signature Couple to go to Unbelizeable Romantic Belize. - Since this one special couple does not qualify because the bride is a family member.   The bride and groom are  is disqualified for entering any contest. As this is only fair to others who enter.

 "Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sherman and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hogan are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, L-Cpl., Janee Sherman and  Mr. Philip Hogan," both from Charlotte, NC .

L-Cpl., Janee E. Sherman  -  who is currently station at Camp Pendleton, CA (USMC)  & Mr. Philip E. Hogan (CNA) at Carolina Medical Center. 

Janee's best friend (Camille) Philips's sister introduce the couple to each other. They met 7 years ago. What started out to be a friendship later turned into a whirlwind romance story.  On the night before Valentine's Day Philip came over to The Sherman's house and asked Janee's father for her hand in marriage.  Upon her father's approval Philip later on Valentine's Day proposed to Janee which followed an engagement celebration breakfast with The Hogan Family.  

Melissa Brack Powell and Joseph Worth Smith announce their engagement.  The wedding is planned for May 26, 2012, at Shelby City Park Thompson's Garden.

About the bride-elect: Melissa is the daughter of Adolph and Regenia Brack of Polkville. She is the granddaughter of Kathleen Brack and the late Eugene Brack of Polkville, the late Irene Beaver of Shelby and the late Evans Lankford of Polkville. She is a 1996 graduate of Burns High School. She is employed by First Baptist Church in the child development center.
About the future bridegroom: Joseph is the son of John and Judy Smith of Connelly Springs. He is the grandson of Franklin Smith and the late Ruth Smith and the late Gaither and Pauline McMahon. He is employed by Buckner Steel.

Mallory Herbold of Jacksonville and Brendan Kennedy of Shreveport, La., will exchange wedding vows on Dec. 29 in New Bern.  The bride-to-be is the daughter of Gary and Mary Herbold of Jacksonville. The prospective groom is the son of Jay and Catherine Kennedy of Long Island, N.Y.

Anna Lynn Newton of Jacksonville and Todd Brandon Goldstein of Elk Grove Village, Ill., will exchange wedding vows at 4 p.m. March 31 at Wilmington Convention Center in Wilmington.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Howard Newton of Jacksonville. The prospective groom is the son of Mrs. Joann Goldstein of Elk Grove Village, Ill.

Congratulations on your engagement. What a wonderful time this is for you both.

Wishes for the newly engaged couple of a beautiful life together.

Embrace life and love in this new step in togetherness.

A wonderful today means an even more wonderful future.

Treasure this moment, s it will be a moment you will never forget.

Engagement is the time between two people that makes them truly realize how 

important they  are to each other. This is the time to treasure.

May your dreams of love and happiness together be fulfilled with nothing but the best.

My advice to you both is, always love first, ask later! May your love be strong and 

understanding to each other.

You’ve started with the engagement and now its time for the wedding planning. 

Wishing you both patience to get to that special day, and love to last a lifetime!

Growing old with the love of your life has got to be the best feeling in the world.

Love is just a word until someone comes along and give its meaning. 

You both have meaning and that is to love each other unconditionally!

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