Saturday, August 28, 2010


The week before the wedding we painted some quick pieces of wood.

Our good friend Mike played guitar while we all walked down the isle. I think he played a Damien Rice song as I walked.

We put down blankets for out guests. We set up about 15 chairs for our grandparents and older guests. Don't worry, the ceremony wasn't too long.

Our friend and photographer Diana's daughters were our very beautiful flower girls. We picked some flower petals out of a tree at the hotel guests were staying at the morning of. That was one of a few last second things.

My nephew was the ring bearer. The rings are on a ribbon around his neck. He was hot and tired, so we left off his pants. He was so happy when he finally got to his mom at the front!

The boys wore any shade of blue/green shirt they wanted. Nick let them pick out a tie from 2002ties. Nick wore a tie with art by Seurat called Sunday Afternoon on the Isle of Grande Jatte...we got married on Sunday afternoon in a similar setting; smooth, right.

Our friend James performed the ceremony. We stood near the trunk of an oak tree. The flowers were "happyolas" (gladiolas) that we found at the grocery store as well as the flower in my hair. The girls wore saches that my mom made out of fabric that we died.

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