My niece Sarah’s wedding was lovely and she was a stunning bride (even tho I am a bit prejudiced). The sad part is all my photos from the receiption turned out too dark and I wasn’t sitting in a good spot at the church to get photos without peoples’ heads in the way. On the upside tho, their photographer allows free downloads to all the guests once he gets them all loaded ot the website in a couple weeks so I’ll be able to pick which ones I want.
The wedding quilt was a huge success. The bride saw the bag and knew it was from me and the bag was sort of translucent so she started squealing before she even opened it saying she had been hoping I’d make them a wedding quilt. I told her no – I didn’t have time to make one and there was a very sad pout but when I started laughing she knew there really was a quilt inside. They loved it.
A few other photos from the wedding that did turn out.
Older brother Jeff (father of the bride) and his other two lovely daughters, Amy and Emily.
My Mom (Nana to those boys) and my nephews Owen and Morgan.
My sister, Renee and her husband Dale (parents of Owenand Morgan)
My brothers, Tim and Jeff.
We’re a very talented family. Here my sister-in-law Pat, Tim’s wife, is showing off her spoon hanging on the nose trick – a family favorite. 🙂 and she had had very little wine at this point. LOL
Niece Samantha, Tim and Pat’s daughter, and her boyfriend Paul.
My Dad, who didn’t know I was sneaking a photo of him.
My sister-in-law Robin, mother of the bride and the back of the bride’s head – sharing a moment.
After my parents left bright and early this morning to begin their drive back to Arizona, we discovered they’d left their wedding clothes behind. So the bride and groom modeled them to let them know they were in safe??? hands. 🙂 I think Zeke looks stunning in the dress.
and lastly, the father of the bride modeling the veil….
Stunning isn’t he. 🙂 We had a great time. The only immediate family member missing was Mike who was in Ohio at school. But since we’re all spread out, Wisconsin, Iowa, Georgia, Tennessee and Arizona it’s been about two years since we were all in the same place at the same time so was a great time, even if short, to catch up on everyone’s lives.