Michaeline Rael Dewey, daughter of the late Julius Smith & the late Greta Dewey of San Carlos, Arizona and Eric Thomas Dude, son of David & Renata Dude of Peridot, Arizona were united in marriage on May 12th, 2018. The ceremony was held at the Dream Manor Inn’s spring garden sanctuary in Globe, Arizona. The bride was walked down the ale by Jonathan Turney, who is been the bride’s parental figure along with his wife, Winema Turney. Dream Manor owner, Rebecca Williams married the couple as they faced a breathtaking sunset and waterfall with friends and family in attendance. Maelena Hammond of San Carlos, Arizona is the bride’s sister and was the Maid of Honor. The bride’s neice, Rheyanna Dude, of San Carlos, Arizona was a bridesmaid. The adorable flower girls were the bride’s nieces, Delavin Thompson & Vada Patten of San Carlos, Arizona. The groom’s brother, Vince Dude of Peridot, Arizona, had the honor of being the best man. The groomsmen were the groom’s nephew, Jahmal Valadez of San Carlos, Arizona. The ringer bearer was the bride’s nephew, Eli Dude of San Carlos, Arizona. Approximately 100 friends and family provided the newlyweds with a passionate welcome followed by a graceful dinner inside the Dream Manor Inn’s Tuscany Banquet room. Entertaining the night’s formalities was Owner, Carl Williams and DJ Gilbert Jacinto from Genuine Events who packed a lively dance floor with music entertainment. John Haggart from Surreal-Images captured the photos. Anita Bolland from Globe, AZ created beautiful and extravagant cake. Eric works at Freeport McMoran as a Heavy Equipment Operator & Michaeline works for the San Carlos Apache Tribe as a Human Resources Specialist. The newlyweds will be residing in Peridot, Arizona. We would like to congratulate the new Mr. & Mrs. Dude on their new journey. We wish you a life full of prosperity, love and happiness and we are grateful you chose the Dream Manor Inn to host your wedding!
This venue was everything we could have dreamed of. From the moment we looked at the dream Manor inn and walked around we knew this was the venue we were going to get married at. Rebecca was so good at responding quickly to any and all of my questions I had through email and phone. She made everything so easy!! All the vendors were so great to work with. Our wedding cake turned out better than we imagined and the photographer got so many good photos of the day! We had no complaints about anything. Gilbert the DJ was awesome! He had great game ideas to get people dancing. The dance floor was never empty! Many of our friends and family commented saying it was the most beautiful wedding they have ever been to. We would recommend the Dream Manor Inn to everyone we know getting married! Amazing sunsets and so peaceful overlooking all of the hills. We had a lot of family fly in and rent a car from Phoenix and they said it was a beautiful drive and they had no problems finding it. Thank you Dream Manor for making the wedding planning so easy and for everything you did to make our day so special!! Ashlyn Wedding Wire-6/6/18
We had moved to Arizona six months prior to deciding it was time to get married and my biggest fear was trying to put a wedding together in a state that I was so new to and had no referrals or references to venues or services. I went online and searchethrough several venues in Phoenix and the first venue that caught my eye was Dream Manor Inn. I saw their website and immediately fell in love w/ the beautiful vistas and the unique structural pieces of the venue. I looked no more and instead immediately called Rebecca and Carl the owners of DMI to set up an appointment. we get to the venue and I see the beautiful vistas that to be honest online does not do justice and how gorgeous the building was just the feeling of peace I felt walking through the venue. My heart told me this was the place but we still had to meet up with Rebecca and Carl. When we met with Rebecca and Carl they told us that we would feel like guest in our own wedding and they kept their word. The packages Options were all pretty amazing and incredibly inexpensive so we went with the platinum package. With the platinum package we did not have to worry about searching for music, floral arrangements, rehearsal dinner, photographer, caterer, cake etc. etc. all the team at DMI literally babied us through the whole planning process of our wedding. I honestly believe our dream wedding could not happen if it wasn’t for them. I am beyond satisfied with all the services rendered. Carol and Rebecca felt more like parents of the bride and provided the best hospitality to us and all our guest. Our guest continue to talk about the beautiful venue itself and how peaceful it was, the amazing food that was served for breakfast in the morning and for the day of the wedding, Carl and Rebecca’s hospitality, and the convenience of staying at the venue the entire weekend. From nervous scared fiancée to an incredibly satisfied and Happy bride! -Olivia-May 2018-Wedding Wire
Olivia Martinez, daughter of Martin & Maria Martinez of Arizona and Ernie Branch, son of Ernest Branch Sr. & Irma Mae Branch of Compton, California were unified in marriage on April 28th, 2018. The ceremony was held at the Dream Manor Inn’s private garden sanctuary in Globe, Arizona with Miguel Perez, a friend of the couple, officiating a heartfelt ceremony as the beautiful couple stood in front of a gorgeous waterfall with friends and family in attendance. Maria Elena Martinez of Alta Dena, California is the bride’s sister and was the Maid of Honor. The bridesmaids were her friends, Susana Torrea and Lisa Robledo of Pico Rivera, California. Aruna Patel of San Dimas, California. And sister-in-law Marilyn Branch of Lomalinda, California. The lovely flower girls were the bride’s nieces Nevaeh Martinez & Amaya Martinez of Tucson, Arizona. The groom’s friend, Theo Greer of Delaware, had the honor of being the best man. The groomsmen were the groom’s brother Damon Branch Sr. of Compton, California; friends, Ben Carlson of Chandler, Arizona; Guillermo Compillo of Phoenix, Arizona; and Martin Torrea of Pico Rivera, California. Daman Branch Jr. of Compton, California is the groom’s nephew was the ring bearer. Approximately 130 friends and family awaited the newlyweds with a vivacious welcome followed by an elegant dinner inside the Dream Manor Inn’s Tuscany Banquet room. Entertaining the night’s formalities was Owner, Carl Williams and DJ Gilbert Jacinto from Genuine Events who packed a lively dance floor with music entertainment. The talented John Haggart from Surreal-Images captured the photos. Tony Salcido from A&A Films provided videography. Pinal Mountain Flowers owned by Christie Cothrun and Cindy Cothrun presented elegant floral arrangements and centerpieces. Anita Bolland from Globe, AZ created beautiful and extravagant cake. Ernie works for Powerhouse Technology as President of Operations and Olivia works for Symbia Logistics as a Corporate Recruiter. The newlyweds will be residing in Buckeye, AZ. We would like to congratulate the new Mr. & Mrs. Branch on their new journey. We wish you a life full of prosperity, love and happiness and we are thankful you chose the Dream Manor Inn to host your wedding!
Whoever took part in or has witnessed a military wedding knows that there are lots of things that set them apart from the ordinary, ‘’civilian’’, weddings. If you’ve never had a chance to attend one such ceremony, don’t worry. In this article, we will mention a couple of things that differentiate a military wedding from a regular one. Wedding Location First of all, don’t be surprised to hear that the wedding takes place somewhere unusual – military base for example. Since lots of people serving in the military are having a hard time organizing and planning anything ahead due to deployments, sometimes this is the only way for them to have a ceremony. On the other hand, if a couple is fortunate enough to choose their own location, they might pick some more traditional venues, such as Dream Manor Inn for example. Dress Code Almost everything that makes military weddings stand out in a certain way has to do with military traditions. Same goes for dress code which can be seen on these ceremonies. You are about to see lots of Army uniforms, emblems, medals, ribbons, or even custom challenge coins presented at one such wedding. People serving the Army are expected to appear in their uniforms, even if we are talking about the groom or bride themselves. It’s a matter of choice since the bride can opt to wear her usual wedding dress if she doesn’t want to be married in the uniform. In that case, (jokingly) wearing at least military boots underneath the dress is a must. On the other hand, giving out challenge coin is an emerging trend in military weddings, an expert in the subject matter Embleholics shares. Coins are to be presented to the guests – although guests who are not in the military probably would not feel the same goosebumps as the military personnel. Custom and unique challenge coins symbolizing something for the happy couple can be made. Arch of Sabers Performing traditional rundown beneath the arch of drawn swords or sabers is truly a sight to behold for everyone present at the wedding. Instead of throwing rose lattices at the newly-wed couple, this goes hand-in-hand with the military-themed wedding. Cutting Cake It’s only at military weddings where you’re likely to witness the bride and groom cutting their cake using a sword or any other themed blade which is not a kitchen knife. Also,... Continue reading →