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After driving about six feet, Mike pulled over and said, 'Actually, let's go for a walk instead.' I think it came as a bit of a surprise to both of us when he proposed at the end of someone's driveway a few seconds later! It was very impromptu but so Mike and so sweet." The globetrotting couple tied the knot at Lakewood's Lake Erie Building on March 25. All photos by  Left of Center Photography They were surrounded by family and friends. In fact, many played a role in the wedding. Their friend Mike Schultz even served as the officiant - his first time performing a wedding ceremony. Friends also DJed and played harp. Beth's best friend, Emily Bebenroth Hasselbauer, crafted the cake - a three-tiered Victoria Sponge, decorated with ivory frosting and fresh roses.  Emily's older brother, Ben Bebenroth, founder of Spice Catering Co., handled the catering. "Having Spice as our caterer was the one thing we knew we wanted as soon as we started planning our wedding, and they did an outstanding job," Beth says.  The sophisticated, natural cake and farm-to-table fare were a perfect fit for the rich, rustic decor, which included wooden communal tables. They also rented vintage furniture from Borrow Rentals, including a claw-foot bath tub to ice down the beer. A "bubbly bar" channeled Beth and Mike's playfulness. The warm feeling of the surroundings was a contrast to the old warehouse, which was once the home for Templar Motor Cars manufacturing, and now hosts dozens of artist studios.

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