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September, 2008 in Wyoming, Michigan

Ceremony: Christ Lutheran Church
Reception: Johnson Park


Christ Lutheran Church

2350 44th St SW
Wyoming, MI, United States


Johnson Park


Baymont Inn & Suites

8282 Pfeiffer Farms Dr SW
Byron Center, MI, United States


River Town Crossings Mall

3700 Rivertown Pkwy SW
Grandville, MI, United States

"A great place to catch up on some of the great sales in town. There is everything that you could possible want here! The surrounding area offers dining and more as well...Some place else to check out!!!"


Frederik Meijer Gardens Scuptu

1000 E Beltline Ave NE
Grand Rapids, MI, United States

"If you are looking for a bit of entertainment, stop by the gardens. They are beautiful and there is an amazing scuplture park here as well. A good time to be had by all."


Grand Rapids Art Museum

101 Monroe Ctr NW
Grand Rapids, MI, United States

"A number of national caliber exhibits and regionally distinctive exhibits are housed at this museum. In addition, they have a collection that spans from the Renaissance era to the modern art era. The museum is open daily except for Mondays."


Grand Rapids Griffins

130 East Fulton Street
Grand Rapids, MI, United States

"The Grand Rapids Griffins are our own IHL Hockey team. The schedule has yet to be posted, but catching a Friday night hockey game, may be the "ice breaker" that is needed before the big day. What a fun and affordable way to spend some down time."


National Archives and Records Administration: Gerald R Ford Museum

303 Pearl St NW
Grand Rapids, MI, United States

"Since West Michigan lost it's Presidental son, this has been a favorite attraction. See history in person and stop to meditate at the resting place of America's 38th President."


Voigt House Victorian Museum

115 College Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI, United States

"Perfectly preserved, this Victorian mansion contains original furnishings plus offers seasonal programs on life in Grand Rapids during the Victorian era. They are open on Tuesdays and on the second and fourth Sundays of every month. Worth the drive-by just to see it."