Rich & Liza

Vow Muse Service: Custom Ceremony, Officiating

Probably the most welcoming people imaginable, Rich and Liza wanted a ceremony that described their joy in hosting, but even more so, their joy in the small pleasure of life.

An excerpt from their custom written wedding ceremony that was officiated by Angie  in Half Moon Bay California on September 9, 2012:

The random acts of kindness (and pizza!) that Rich and Liza derive delight from is indicative of one of their stunningly unique attributes as a couple: a true zest for life and an ability to see the world for all the possibility it holds. I’d like to share a short reading with you from one of the couple’s favorite authors, Roald Dahl, that encapsulates how these two live:

     ‘I began to realize how important it was to be an enthusiast in life. If you are interested in something, no matter what it is, go at it at full speed ahead. Embrace it with both arms, hug it, love it and above all become passionate about it. Lukewarm is no good. Hot is no good either. White hot and passionate is the only thing to be.’

Separately, Rich and Liza both embrace their interests, poking around in them and engaging in hands-on interaction. But together, they enhance this curiosity in one another, bringing it to the forefront, letting it shine – because together, they have someone with whom to explore the world, investigate its cunning mystique, and discuss all the wonders that exist. Whether they are embarking on ‘living together lite’ by spending two months hotel hopping in local lodgings or taking an impromptu trip out of town to simply see what is to be seen, experiences are theirs to have together.

An engineer by trade, Angie is a writer at heart whose well woven words can be seen in her innovative food and travel blogging when she’s not penning wedding vows and ceremonies. Her supreme attention to detail, organized mind, and communicatively affirming nature make it easy to be open with her throughout the collaborative process. Read More About Angie

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