After 14 years of marriage, and after five years with their incredible daughter, Adelyn, Jaime's romantic husband, Darrell, surprised her with the opportunity to renew their vows at the oldest cathedral in the Western Hemisphere, which just so happens to be our own Holy Trinity here in Bermuda. Rev. Stow was not only gracious enough to allow the family into his congregation at the beautiful waterside church over looking Harrington Sound, but he also blessed the couple and documented their vow renewal ceremony in the official Church Registry. With both double doors open on either side of the Pulpit, and the Bermuda breeze blowing in throughout the ceremony, the family couldn't have been happier.
Adelyn held a sweet pint sized bouquet of pink lilies and the ring pillow, while her mama held a beautiful bride version of the same blooms.
A highlight was when Rev. Stow allowed Adelyn to ring the cathedral bells after the ceremony. You could hear them from miles away as the sounds reverberated across the water.
Darrell wanted to copy a photo his father in law had done at their wedding 14 years earlier in reference to what the wedding had done to his pockets - emptied them out!!
It was a fairy tale day from start to finish. They all loved ever moment, from getting ready at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess where the lovely bouquets were delivered, to the gorgeous drive around Harrington Sound to the church, to a wonderful lunch and then hiking through the Crystal caves. The family can't wait to visit beautiful Bermuda again soon. They are so thankful they were given this chance to make their dreams come true.
Congratulations on 14 years of well deserved happiness - hope to see you in Bermuda again very soon. xxxx