Love is in the air

Justice of the Peace Marie Tyler Wiley celebrates as John and Carole Fisher, of Wethersfield, kiss after renewing their wedding vows at the chapel at Olde Mystick Village, Wednesday, February 14, 2018. The Fishers, married for 41-years, are on a vacation in the area and decided to take advantage of the event to renew their vows. Wiley has been offering the wedding officiating free of charge on Valentine's Day for ten years. Couples needed to bring a marriage license issued by the town of Stonington and could choose from a selection of ceremonies. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Justice of the Peace Marie Tyler Wiley celebrates as John and Carole Fisher, of Wethersfield, kiss after renewing their wedding vows at the chapel at Olde Mystick Village, Wednesday, February 14, 2018. The Fishers, married for 41-years, are on a vacation in the area and decided to take advantage of the event to renew their vows. Wiley has been offering the wedding officiating free of charge on Valentine's Day for ten years. Couples needed to bring a marriage license issued by the town of Stonington and could choose from a selection of ceremonies. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Justice of the Peace Marie Tyler Wiley celebrates as John and Carole Fisher, of Wethersfield, kiss after renewing their wedding vows at the chapel at Olde Mystick Village,  Wednesday, February 14, 2018. The Fishers, married for 41-years, are on a vacation in the area and decided to take advantage of the event to renew their vows.

Wiley has been offering the wedding officiating free of charge on Valentine's Day for ten years. Couples needed to bring a marriage license issued by the town of Stonington and could choose from  a selection of ceremonies. 

Justice of the Peace Marie Tyler Wiley gets a launch as she performs a wedding ceremony for Matthew Charette, left, and Paul Abramowicz at the chapel at Olde Mystick Village, Wednesday, February 14, 2018. The couple, who reside in Ware, Mass., have Connecticut ties and so chose today in Mystic for their wedding the be close to family and friends. Wiley has been offering the wedding officiating free of charge on Valentine's Day for ten years. Couples needed to bring a marriage license issued by the town of Stonington and could choose from  a selection of ceremonies.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Justice of the Peace Marie Tyler Wiley gets a launch as she performs a wedding ceremony for Matthew Charette, left, and Paul Abramowicz at the chapel at Olde Mystick Village, Wednesday, February 14, 2018. The couple, who reside in Ware, Mass., have Connecticut ties and so chose today in Mystic for their wedding the be close to family and friends. Wiley has been offering the wedding officiating free of charge on Valentine's Day for ten years. Couples needed to bring a marriage license issued by the town of Stonington and could choose from a selection of ceremonies. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Matt Boiselle, left, places the ring on the finger of his bride Barbara Birt as Justice of the Peace Marie Tyler Wiley performs a wedding ceremony for them at the chapel at Olde Mystick Village, Wednesday, February 14, 2018. Wiley has been offering the wedding officiating free of charge on Valentine's Day for ten years. Couples needed to bring a marriage license issued by the town of Stonington and could choose from  a selection of ceremonies.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Matt Boiselle, left, places the ring on the finger of his bride Barbara Birt as Justice of the Peace Marie Tyler Wiley performs a wedding ceremony for them at the chapel at Olde Mystick Village, Wednesday, February 14, 2018. Wiley has been offering the wedding officiating free of charge on Valentine's Day for ten years. Couples needed to bring a marriage license issued by the town of Stonington and could choose from a selection of ceremonies. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Will Dwiggins, right, and Fran Abramowicz, record the moment as Justice of the Peace Marie Tyler Wiley performs a wedding ceremony for Matthew Charette, left, and Paul Abramowicz at the chapel at Olde Mystick Village Wednesday, February 14, 2018. The couple, who reside in Ware, Mass., have Connecticut ties and so chose today in Mystic for their wedding the be close to family and friends. Wiley has been offering the wedding officiating free of charge on Valentine's Day for ten years. Couples needed to bring a marriage license issued by the town of Stonington and could choose from  a selection of ceremonies.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Will Dwiggins, right, and Fran Abramowicz, record the moment as Justice of the Peace Marie Tyler Wiley performs a wedding ceremony for Matthew Charette, left, and Paul Abramowicz at the chapel at Olde Mystick Village Wednesday, February 14, 2018. The couple, who reside in Ware, Mass., have Connecticut ties and so chose today in Mystic for their wedding the be close to family and friends. Wiley has been offering the wedding officiating free of charge on Valentine's Day for ten years. Couples needed to bring a marriage license issued by the town of Stonington and could choose from a selection of ceremonies. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

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