Food vendors

by Dulcie Meatheringham on April 4th, 2011

Popcorn cart?

Hotdog cart?

2011 – the year Nels turns 40!

by Dulcie Meatheringham on January 5th, 2011

How shall we celebrate?

a party, of course.

Movie viewing outside?

  • projector
  • screen
  • speakers
  • movie
  • chairs/blankets
  • popcorn and candy

Drinks and food and cake?

  • beer, wine, lemonade, iced tea and ?
  • pizza and ?
  • cupcakes

What else?

  • mailed invitations
  • photo booth with props

Introducing Hugo Roath

by Dulcie Meatheringham on September 30th, 2009

Born September 28:

Dulcie smooches 3 day old Hugo

Dulcie smooches 3 day old Hugo

More at Hugo’s blog.

Knocked up

by Dulcie Meatheringham on May 2nd, 2009

Guess what? Yes, we’re expecting! Baby X is due October 4. Follow along on the baby blog:

Recent posts:

by Dulcie Meatheringham on September 28th, 2008
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First Dance!

by Dulcie Meatheringham on September 28th, 2008

Nels and I danced to Ingrid Michaelson’s “The Way I Am,” from her album Girls and Boys.

Our second dance, which was supposed to be the one where everyone joined us, was Sarah Harmer’s “The Ring,” from her album I’m a Mountain.


by Dulcie Meatheringham on September 25th, 2008

Friends and family have shared their photos in our Flickr photo group Nelcie & Duls.


Originally uploaded by georma.


by Dulcie Meatheringham on September 25th, 2008

Our marriage officiant was Patricia Poscente. Her contact information is listed on the marriage commissioner listing.

Our friend MaryAnne Gukert sang “Open Window” by Sarah Harmer, accompanied by Martin Lindquist, Nels’s youngest brother.

The ring warming is an idea we stole from many brides who post to the Indie Bride web forums, Kvetch. Ruarri and William helped facilitate the passing of the rings.

Our flower girls were Ahloura Meatheringham, niece extraordinaire, and Emma Reid, good friend.

Standing up with us were Karen Liebel, Dulcie’s best friend, and  William Stockall, our good friend.

Reception details

by Dulcie Meatheringham on September 25th, 2008

Decorations made and installed by our incredible crew of local friends!

Photobooth built by Logan Meatheringham. See the photos!

The music was provided by the Swing Emporium Big Band.

Food and bar service by Kids in the Hall. If you enjoyed the food, you can visit their bistro: 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta. City Hall is handicap accessible

Beer, wine and cider from Devine Wines and Spirits. Dirk the amazing chose the wines for us!

Our vows

by Dulcie Meatheringham on September 25th, 2008

Since it was a bit hard to hear the vows over my boohooing and inept microphone work, I’ve transcribed them below:

Nels’s vows

Four weeks into our journey together, we were separated for an entire month by an internship you took in New York state.

I knew then that I loved you, but I was afraid to tell you so, for fear you’d think me foolish and reckless with my heart. When you returned, you told me that you loved me, but had been afraid to tell me so, for fear I’d think you foolish and reckless with your heart.

After that day, I was not afraid. Today, in front of all these people, I am not afraid. Never again will I be afraid to tell you that I love you.

And so I pledge to you my entire self, to be your partner in life and in marriage.

I promise to laugh with you in joy,
to cry with you in sorrow,
to trust you and be worthy of your trust,
to be faithful to you and worthy of your faith,
and to honour and respect our differences,
for as long as we both shall live.

Dulcie’s vows:

Nels, we’ve been partners for nine short years. I can’t tell you anything you don’t already know because I say these things to you every day: you are my favourite person and the best person I know.

Your kindness and loyalty are inspiring. You make it easy to be brave, to speak my mind, to ask and answer the hard questions.

I vow to continue to be your advocate, your cheering section and your critic. I vow  to  continue to love you fiercely and be the best partner and friend you deserve.

And then, your vows:

Will all my relations who are willing and able please stand with me know and repeat, Nels/Dulcie, we are your family.