Brilliantly colored gerbera daisies added the perfect touch to their beautiful black and white wedding. I like how they tied them to them on the wooden pews, down the center aisles. The simple arrangements sitting on top of the white pillars completed the look. It was so tastefully done. The flower arrangements were removed and carried to the reception area after the ceremony.
The flattering black dresses and the white shirts with black bowties that the guys wore, added an unique aspect to the look of the bridal party. Pictured are my neice(the groom's sister) and another one of my nephews, who will be getting married in September.
The bride and groom's first dance as husband and wife.
An ordinary church fellowship hall is dressed up by the bride's family, using tobacco cloth to cover the walls and ceiling. The tiny white lights underneath created a softly lit ambience to the room. I never would have thought of doing this and I must admit, it sure did disguise the recreational room in a gorgeous way.
From left to right, the groom's sister, the new bride and groom and the groom's brother. Don't you think the bride and the groom's sister could pass for sisters? That is one of the comments the groom made in the last few years, that he wanted to meet someone that looked like his sister. What a kind compliment for her.
The elegantly done black and white wedding cake tasted as good as it looked.
Thank you for stopping by today to share in this special celebration.