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Pop-up weddings; Love is in the air

By Dave Fredrick - Sanilac Broadcasting

(SANILAC COUNTY) – The Sanilac County Historical Society (SCHS) invites lovebirds to make this Valentine’s Day extra memorable by getting married or renewing their vows in a Pop-Up Wedding. Every year, February 14 is filled with flowers and chocolate and hearts, and most importantly, those we love.

Why not celebrate by combining all of that into a wedding? After all, Valentine’s Day is about expressing love, and what could be more romantic than saying “I do” on this special holiday?

Cathy Stewart, Pop-Up Wedding Coordinator, assures us there’s plenty of time to put a wedding together by Valentine’s Day.

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“Our Pop-Up Weddings are the perfect solution for a last minute ceremony. In fact, for our Valentine weddings we only require 24 hours notice. We take care of everything, we schedule all of the wedding vendors and coordinate the entire event for the bride and groom. The couple just needs to show up, with marriage license in hand, and we’ll take care of the rest!”

Valentine’s Day Pop-Up Wedding packages include:
An intimate ceremony, with seating for ten guests, in the beautiful, Loop-Harrison Mansion, built in 1872.
Bride’s Room
Wedding coordinator
Live music
Professional photography package
Bridal bouquet and boutonierre
Wedding cake to share with guests

To sweeten the deal even more, the 90-minute Valentine’s Day package is being offered at the special price of just $900, a 25% savings!

Limited time-slots are available. Call wedding coordinator, Cathy Stewart, to reserve your time today – 810.841.3814.

The Sanilac County Historic Village & Museum is located at 228 S. Ridge St. (M-25) in Port Sanilac.

More information is available by calling the office at 810.622.9946, or on the Museum’s Facebook page at “Sanilac County Historic Village & Museum”, and online at

You can also visit the Facebook event page at “Valentine’s Day Pop-Up Weddings”.

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