Friday, May 13, 2022

Far, Far Away

Lawson Bates and Tiffany Espensen became Mr. and Mrs. Bates yesterday afternoon in San Diego, California. They celebrated with family and friends on a boat! Wedding photos and details have not yet been released to the public, but we will let you know when they are. Until then, where do you think Lawson and Tiffany are headed on their honeymoon? The trip was planned by Lawson, who surprised Tiffany with the destination about a week before the wedding.

35 comments:

  1. Santorini, Greece

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    1. santorini is such a beautiful place,i had my honeymoon thetr with my husband of 11 years today

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    2. Congratulations on. The wedding

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  2. Earth is round. You can only go so far away before you're heading closer again.

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  3. My name is Paula. I think they went to either, Italy, where they got engaged, or, somewhere in Asia.

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  4. I miss those beautiful weddings. Best of luck lovebirds and God Bless you!

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  5. China as that is Tiffany’s place of birth.

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    1. I didn't know she was Chinese. That would be a good choice, except they seem to be in "lockdown" there.

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    2. She was adopted, so maybe she does not care about the place where they gave her up for adoption.

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  6. I'm guessing Hawaii.

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  7. Hawaii or Fiji

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  8. Australia or Thailand

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  9. Congratulations Lawson and Tiffany on your wedding yesterday and God Bless you both

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    1. I was thinking Australia too! Beause.... Lawson mentioned in a past video that he has wanted to go there. I think Tiffany and Bindy Irwin are friends. And Tiffany loves animals. The weather is nice in the late Autumn where the Australian Zoo is located ( Queensland, isn't it?). Or maybe they went back to Italy! So much fun to guess!! Wishing much happiness to the new Mr. And Mrs.!

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    2. Carrie congratulations on your wedding

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  11. Congratulations to Lawson and Tiffany. It looked like a beautiful day with many family and friends to share in the celebration. It did upset me that Lawson planned the honeymoon as a "surprise". The honeymoon should be a joint project. The honeymoon is for a married COUPLE and the destination should be a joint decision. My husband and I planned our honeymoon together. After all, a honeymoon is one of the first decisions they will fulfill as a couple. I do hope Tiffany was included in the decision to live in TN, the town in which to live and what house to purchase. I hope Lawson is not so controlling that he "surprises" his wife with the plans he makes and the items he purchases.

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    1. Calm down. Some women like surprises.

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    2. She was included in the decision to move to Nashville,TN. I think the reason she chose to live in Tennessee vs. California is Lawson could continue writing and performing his music and advance his career. Plus probably so she could be near her in-laws and maybe continue acting in some clean faith-based type films and sing and tour with Lawson too. After all,they bought the house together.

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    3. Oh don't be upset about the honeymoon! It's quite possible that the surprise honeymoon WAS a joint decision. I just got married this past October, and it was actually my idea for my husband to surprise me - and I loved it! It was so hard for him to keep it a secret, but he managed to not tell me until we were less than an hour from our destination.

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    4. There is no "should."

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  12. Congratulations to Lawson and Tiffany! I'm guessing Hawaii for their honeymoon πŸ˜€

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  13. Why was this titled Far, Far Away? Because the wedding was in San Diego, the brides hometown? Is this a way of making it ok that some family members didn’t make the effort to be there?

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    1. Probably because its all the way across the country from Tennessee and where the other siblings live. I think this is directed to Alyssa and her family (kids, husband.) I’m pretty sure all the other siblings were there. Alyssa was totally bummed out that she couldn’t be there, but with having four kids, and everything going up, they couldn’t afford it. Let’s be happy for the couple and their families, and not start drama on why people weren’t there. God Bless!!😊

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  14. They flew away to Norway...

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  15. Since this family has planes and pilots; I am surprised not everyone made it! No need to fly commercial making it easier and cheaper for the families with kids.

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    1. Even private/personal planes need fuel just like commercial planes, and it does cost money, so they probably wouldn’t have gotten to fly for free.

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    2. I didn’t say for “free”; just less than the cost of commercial!

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  16. I’d say Mexico or Italy!

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  17. Congratulations to the newlyweds from my fiancΓ© and I in Central California! They make an adorable couple and what a lovely time of year for a wedding! My country man and I were scheduled to get married May 14, but the venue fell through. It’s okay though; we understand everything is in God’s timing. ☺️ I watched Lawson’s video of revealing the honeymoon destination to Tiffany and I’m pretty certain they headed off to Greece.

    We’re praying they’re having a safe trip no matter where they are and if Yosemite, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe or anywhere in between is where any of you want to eventually visit, we’re more than willing to meet up and act as tour guides or at least send you a list of ideas of what to do in the area. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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  18. Bora Bora in a bungalow over the ocean.

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  19. They went to Greece for their honeymoon.

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  20. I say they went to Japan or China or Scotland

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