Time has certainly flown for our family. The Hubby and I are now empty-nesters!
Since late April, we’ve been making wedding things happen for our daughter – a bridal shower, a wedding, a reception, etc. I’ve written too many invitations to count, put many miles on my car (buying everything from banners to dishes to a lovely wedding cake), and had more fun with my daughter than I’d ever imagined it would be. Finally, The Big Day arrived! We made it to the church with plenty of time to get everyone ready, there were quite a few helpers buzzing around, so everything that needed to be done was done. We were about to head upstairs for a few photos before the ceremony when we realized we’d forgotten about the flowers! No, not ordering them, LOL! We’d forgotten to get them out of the fridge and hand them out! Whew! Let the wedding commence!
The bride’s brother played his cello for the processional, the groom was quite dashing in his black skinny jeans, gray vest, and purple bow tie, the groomsmen stood tall & handsome, the bridesmaids were graceful in their lavender dresses, and the flower girls were adorable as they tossed flower petals everywhere :-) Then the bride entered on the arm of her daddy. She was stunning – lovely white strapless gown, bouquet of varying shades of purple flowers, crystal-studded headband, purple hair (yes, purple hair!), and the biggest smile I’ve ever seen.
The ceremony was short and very sweet, then the happy couple exited to The Beatles’ When I’m Sixty-Four. Smiles all around, photos and more photos, time for the reception! Everyone had a nice time, then the newlyweds dashed off on a romantic honeymoon to Philadelphia :-) A week later, they left again…this time, to Nebraska, where they plan to live for the foreseeable future.
I wish them much love, more fun than they can imagine, and every happiness.