more like goin' to our backyard.
That fishy face on the left,
a fishy face I love dearly,
one I am so lucky to call sister,
That's right! She tied the knot. Strapped on the ol' ball n chain. Gave up her bachelorette days. Sowed her last wild oats. Settled down. Joined the institution.
to this guy.
what a wonderful pair.
Their's is a modern love story, complete with a match.com meeting and a ceremony conducted by an online-ordained minister who just so happens to be our brother James (who doubled as the chef, father to a ring-bearer, a flower girl and husband to a bridesmaid).
They have known each other for five years, lived in three states together, have two dogs and are raising Lane and Kaid together. And last Saturday, August 7th 2010, they married. The ceremony was simple and beautiful. The reception was delicious and fresh. Fresh and uncomplicated, just like I hope their marriage is. There were friends and family abound and so many people helped make this day special.
|a calm bride getting ready|
|Melanie, a bridesmaid & Grace, a birthday girl|
|Aidan and I gussying up|
and Andria was the picture of loveliness...
|the smiths keeping it hot in the kitchen|
|and more cousins|
|and more cute cousins|
|James & Debi|
|mother of the bride|
|father of the bride and the happy couple!|
'Ye are Blood of my Blood, and Bone of my Bone.
I give ye my Body, that we Two might be One.
I give ye my Spirit, 'til our Life shall be Done.'