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Gust Bassianotis provides professional wedding ceremony services for couples seeking a Michigan Wedding Ceremony or Minister, Officiant, Clergy, Celebrant, Justice of The Peace or Reverend to perform their Wedding Ceremony, Wedding Vows, Interfaith Wedding Ceremony, Nondenominational Wedding Ceremony, Renewal of Vows or Elopement Ceremony. Gust is happy to be your Wedding Planning resource in West Michigan, Mid-Michigan, Metro-Detroit; anywhere throughout Michigan and Nationwide. ForeverTwogether, Wedding Ceremonies personalized to match you and your style.
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YOUR WEDDING OFFICIANT
Meet Gust Bassianotis the founder and owner of ForeverTwogether. Gust is one of Michigan's Premier Wedding Officiants.
Performing hundreds of weddings and officiating full-time; wedding ceremonies are his passion and expertise.
Wedding Ceremony News, Stories, Information & Insight from Gust the Wedding Officiant
Gust is always up to all sorts of interesting wedding-related fun and shares helpful insights with any couple planning their special day. Fresh help and information on wedding ceremony design, style, trends, events and of course planning and customizing your wedding ceremony. Visit the blog (featured posts are directly below) and the video gallery to learn even more!
Now and then I am sorry to receive a call from a bride or groom informing me that their wedding has been canceled. Although it is a difficult topic to address, I think it needs to be. The music stops, the smiles turn to tears, and most everyone is asking why? Bad questions to ask when it does happen. If you should ever get an announcement of a wedding cancellation do not ask the why question!
I love watching wedding trends and lately I have noticed that more then ever I'm being asked: "I'm planning my wedding and want to include my 'doggie' and wondered what questions should I be asking?” Well, besides asking your guests if they don't mind a little drool on their shoes, you can consider these helpful suggestions on wedding ceremony pet-etiquette
I am really enjoying my 2014 Wedding Ceremony Schedule and am so looking forward to the remaining 50 or so weddings on my schedule yet this year.
Emotionally it's a very exhilarating time for me and in many ways. However, I've noticed that too frequently, there are mothers who just cannot deal with wedding planning and preparation emotionally.
It seems every bride is waiting for that crying “this is the one” moment like we all see on TV, but in reality, not every bride has this experience; not every bride is the same.
If you’re a bride who tends to stress easily, our suggestion is to plan ahead. If you plan a good 10-12 months before your wedding date, this will significantly decrease your dress stress.
You've been invited to a wedding, but don't live in the same city or state as the couple getting married. I would like to share a few suggestions, I guess you might call them etiquette tips, that will make it easier for you to plan your trip. These tips will also help to get the couple's plans for the wedding and reception organized.