I will tell you the benefit of small family and a casual small wedding, No drama, no crisis!
The biggest crisis I can think of was that the one of the three fantastic tasting cakes had white filling between the layers instead of chocolate. oooooo the panic, NOT! 🙂
The weather was picture perfect. Sunny with white whispy clouds and a breeze that would blow through when it got too hot. I thank my sister for that because I’ve always said she could control the weather. It’s never bad weather when she has plans to be outside.
Between the cell phones & cameras and the actual photographer there are already a hundred pictures up on facebook and I added all of my crowd shots to Google+ so I won’t do that again here. But here are three that I loved and I’ll try not to add to many more over the next week.
Let’s call this two rows and start from the left. Grooms Family. Front – Grandmother, Mother (wearing a purple dress that turned out to be the same dress as me ‘cept I bought mine in yellow) nephew, niece, sister, bride. Me, my sister, my two nieces. Back row left: Grooms father, stepfather holding a nephew, sister-in-law, nephew being held by grooms Brother, Groom. My son, my Husband, my stepfather.
My step-brother Tony was the official photographer of record and he’s uploaded a few pictures to Facebook for us. This is what the actual ceremony looked like. It was short, sweet and lovely.
And here is one that I’m sure everyone who knows Jason & Katy will agree is fitting for them. Outside, laughing and with the dog! Barsky was not at the wedding. Katy went and got him after a couple of hours. The ceremony and reception was one short block from their home so there was a lot of running back and forth beforehand. As guests started arriving I was still in my shorts & tennies. 🙂
It really was a beautiful day, the only sadness is in the people that weren’t there to celebrate with us.