Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Here Comes the Bride



Hello friends, I am back
and we will spend some
time catching up over the
next few posts.
If you remember, near the
end of the challenge, I was
away for a bit. We took a
trip out of town to Oklahoma
to see my niece get married!
The photo above shows the
letter to her new last name, it
was projected above the altar.




Here is my niece Jennifer
her groom Shaun and her
parents Cindy and Gregg
my sister-in-law and brother-
in-law. The bride's mom is
Mr. Ken's sister.




The altar with the unity candle.
In the choir area behind the
altar you can get a glimpse of
the candles placed in the
rows.



In the reception area, this table
held a a bucket of streamers,
pens and questionnaires that
Jennifer and Shaun came up
with for guests to fill out
as the reception began.
The streamers were giving to
guests right before Jennifer
and Shaun left the church.

 


Here is one of the many tables
in the reception area. Their
colors were turquoise, yellow
and red. Each table was sprinkled
with candy wrapped in these colors
and in the middle of the table is
a blue cloth with a glass teacup
overturned on it. Under the glass
is a yellow flower and on top of
the glass is a red votive candle.




The wedding cake--I think it
speaks for itself. The draping
IS frosting though it looks like
fabric.




Chatting with guests. Love this shot!




Time to cut the cake.




A whole lot of loot for the
newlyweds. They are going
to open these sometime after
the get settled from their honey-
moon in Florida.

Jennifer and Shaun designed
their own invitations and the
questionnaires.

Next post will focus on our gift
that I made.


~Keep on Dreaming~

15 comments:

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    1. Thanks, it was.
      They did a great job.

      M :)

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  2. Best wishes to the newly weds! Twyla

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  3. Congrats to this lovely couple. Blessings
    Shug

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  4. Happy times to the bride and groom.

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    1. I'm sure there will be many!

      M : )

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  5. Weddings are such fun. Love their colors!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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    1. Yes, they were going for a more nontraditional
      color scheme.

      M : )

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  6. Oh wow, that cake is beautiful! Congratulations to your niece and her new husband.

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    1. Thanks!
      I heard one guest ask if
      the draping was fabric.

      M : )

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  7. That's really an amazing cake. Hope it tasted as good as it looked!

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  8. What beautiful pictures. Love the cake! Much happiness to the bridal couple.

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