Just wanted to share some photos that we took at the wedding that we attended yesterday. I was so excited that they allowed photos to be taken during the ceremony. Unfortunately, I brought my camera which is still giving me grief after two trips back to the repair shop. :( It is fine for close ups but will not focus properly, most times, on long range shots. If you see some fuzzy edited shots, ummm yeah, it was done for artistic appeal. ;)
Here comes the bride.... Danielle.
Danielle and Justin taking their vows.
Signing the legal stuff.
Sweetest flower girl ever. She sat at the feet of the bridesmaids playing quietly with the petals throughout the ceremony. Too cute.
Proud parents of the bride...... Carlos and Diane.
I loved the way they decorated the head table. It was magical!
Beautiful cake made by Danielle's Auntie Margie.
The bride and groom!
Cutting the cake!
It was a beautiful celebration!
I am hoping to get some scrapping done today. Maybe a trip to Costco first to get some photos developed. First, I have to tear Rob away from his old cowboy movies he has been watching lately. I just love hearing these on in the background. I guess we grew up with these movies and I know that Rob spent lots of time playing Cowboys and Indians back in the day. Words to live by from an old Clint Eastwood character...... goes something like this. "There are two kinds of people in this world. Those with guns, (he clicks the gun) and those who dig. You dig." hee hee I love it!! These movies have me pondering though. Why is it, in these old flicks, that the men always look all greasy and dirty and yet the women can be running around in the same scene and they are all powdered, beautiful and not even a speck of dust on their long skirts? The magic of Hollywood, I guess. ;)
Happy Scrapping!! Jen :)