Tuesday, December 28, 2010

The church was decorated with sticks and tiny white lights for the beautiful winter wedding of my nephew and his new bride.

She was a radiant bride.

The groom's twin neices stole the show, in their role as flower girls.

"Arch of Swords" formed by the honor guards at the reception.

I remember the day this guy was born. Time passes by so quickly.
Here he is with his dearly loved bride.

The lit brick wall formed the perfect backdrop for the wedding cake.
It was a lovely, meaningful, evening being with family and friends, and celebrating the wedding of these two special people.

Thanks to my dear neice for the amazing job she did in capturing these pictures with her camera last evening.


debi said...

Beautiful! The girls looked so adorable :-)


Stacey said...

What a beautiful young couple. The setting looks amazing too. Congratulations to them!

Jeane` said...

It was indeed, a lovely wedding!
I was honored to be there as well.

(As an aside, I couldn't help but notice that I've taken to looking like Lady Elaine Fairchild from Mister Roger's Neighborhood's "Land of Make Believe" in the new picture you put on your sidebar of you and your daughters.)

BARBIE said...

Stunning bride. Handsome groom! Congratulations on the wedding.

Just a little something from Judy said...

In response to my dear daughter's comment, I would like to say that after reading your comment I immediately went to the new sidebar picture to see what you could possibly mean by your comment. I can honestly say I see absolutely no resemblence with Lady Fairchild. I can also say you gave me a good morning laugh. I was happy to have a picture of my three girls(Lady Fairchild)and all:)

corners of my life said...

Aren't those little flower girls the cutest?! Looks like it was a beautiful wedding.

Rach said...

Oh my goodness! Stunning!

Terri said...

How beautiful! I love the archway w/twigs and lights! As for Jeane, she should know that although she had a very annoying voice, Lady Fairchild was one of my favorites.

Melinda said...

Congratulations to the new bride and groom may they have many years of happiness together!


Landis said...

Thank you for posting these!! I don't think I've seen the groom in person since he was in middle school. So I am in awe of how much he's grown in such a few short years! Beautiful couple!

P.S.-Give your middle daughter a hug for me! :)


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