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Rev. Dr. Mike Dearing

Kentucky & Indiana Wedding Officiant

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Koors Farm Wedding Print E-mail


Rev. Kathy Dearing, an Indiana Wedding Officiant, assisted her niece, Molly Monday and Bradley Koors become husband and wife.  The ceremony took place at Bradley's Grandfather's farm near Millhousen IN.  The Ceremony was very unique.  Molly and Brad wrote their vows and orchestrated the Ceremony.

The outdoor wedding was very rural.  Bales of hay covered by quilts was used for seating the guests.  A special love seat hay bale was used for the parents.  The center pieces were handmade by Molly and her friends.

Molly and Brad gave each of the guest a jar of Slasa that she had canned herself.

I had so much fun at Molly and Brad's wedding.  Thanks so much for having me officiate for you.

Rev. Kathy Dearing

Mustard Seed Gardens Wedding Print E-mail



Rev. Dr. Mike Dearing, a Kentucky/ Southern Indiana Wedding Officiant, assisted Ashley Underwood and Benjamin Maupin become husband and wife.  The ceremony took place at the Mustard Seed Gardens in Noblesville IN.  Ashley and Ben modified the unique Ceremony of the Roses by writing and their own vows. Also they had a Tree Planting Ceremony instead of a Unity Candle. The Ceremony of the Roses is a romantic and spiritual ceremony.  It is unique because Rev. Mike assists the couple in marrying each other instead of Rev. Mike marrying them.

Mustard Seed Gardens is a great venue for weddings and special events with its large barn and outdoor gazebo and gardens.

Many of the vendors were members of the IWPN (Indianapolis Wedding Professional Network). It was great working with Marie Frey of FCCI Weddings; Pam Rowley and Terry Yeary who assisted Marie; Apryl Napier of Demensions Photography; Robin Herrington, the Wedding Lady and Jami Couch of Aadvanced Limo.

I had so much fun at Ashley and Ben's wedding.  Thanks so much for having me officiate for you.

Rev. Dr. Mike Dearing

Oscar Mayer Wienermobile Print E-mail

Over the years, one thing I have learned to do is to Stop and smell the roses. Friday, 9/11, I was returning home after directing a wedding rehearsal. Driving by Kroger, I spotted the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. I had to stop and get some pictures.  The irony is that the over 50 group took pictures and selfies while the younger one gave us strange looks.  Didn't bother me.  I'd do it again.  After all, how often do you get a chance to see an American Icon?

Rev. Dr. Mike Dearing



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