Brian and Marie

Hello there!

We're so excited to celebrate our wedding with everyone and we hope you can make it! We're still adding details to this website, so be sure to check back!


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Wedding Ceremony

4:00 PM, November 30, 2019
Iglesia San Blas de Illescas
9B Cll Obispo Salamanca, Coamo, Puerto Rico 00769

This church where Marie was baptized, in her hometown. It is also one of the oldest churches in the country -- construction began in 1661!

Transportation from Ponce to Coamo, and back to Ponce, will be be provided for those staying in Ponce that night.
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6:00 PM, November 30, 2019
Museo Castillo Serrallés
Sector El Vigia, Paseo De La Cruceta, Ponce, Puerto Rico 00730

Castillo Serrallés is a historic mansion built in the 1930's; it was originally built for the owner of the distillery known for Don Q Rum. It is now a museum.

Cocktail hour will begin at six o'clock, followed by dinner indoors. Dinner will be local Puerto Rican fare, served buffet style.
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Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort

Nearby resort hotel in Ponce - closest to the venue! We recommend a reservation here for Saturday night.
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La Terraza de San Juan

Cute place in Old San Juan! This is a great place if you're thinking of spending a few more days in Puerto Rico and want to explore this historic city.

Serafina Beach Hotel

This is a fun beach resort style hotel in San Juan

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Wolf Sanctuary of Pennsylvania

The Wolf Sanctuary of PA is one of only seven Wolf sanctuaries in the country, and over 40 unwanted wolves and wolfdogs call this place home. Dawn Darlington and Darin Tompkins currently run the 22-acre sanctuary in Lititz, where they provide their animals with the highest level of care possible. Each month the sanctuary offers a full moon tour for individuals hoping to experience these shy animals at night.
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Giving Life International (Haiti)

This Puerto Rico based nonprofit group administers an orphanage in Haiti since 2012. It's a personal project of the founder, Nanishka Morales, and our photographer Camille Fontz has been part of the project since it's beginning.

Their mission is to help children who have no resources or have been abandoned, and to prevent them from falling captive to exploitation. You can help by giving a gift to this awesome group, or "adopting" a child with a monthly donation.

You can read more about the kids (and the project), here:
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