- 6 years ago
- Wedding: October 2011
While I am still eagerly awaiting my pro pics back from the photographer, I finally saw a few guest photos that were posted on Facebook by one of my cousins! They’re not fantastic quality or anything, but I’m excited to see them nonetheless, because aside from that one photo that I’ve already shown you bees HERE, I haven’t seen ANY pics at all!
I know there were tons of photos taken of us by guests, so I’m sort of sitting on my hands waiting for people to get them off of their digital cameras and send ’em my way. 😉 LOL, I know part of the reason I haven’t seen many photos yet is because a majority of the guest pictures taken were by our out of the country and out of town friends and family. Those friends and family from in town seemed to focus mostly on partying it up rather than taking pictures. 😉 Oh well, I will wait as patiently as I can until I can share with you guys a full recap – I really, really want to recap for you guys, but want to do so with my pro shots.
In the meantime…
…A pretty cool shot – and perhaps my favorite so far – that my cousin took of me looking out over the guests who were seated outside. Because we had so many guests, Darling Husband and I stood in the doorway of the chapel with the officiant at the bottom of the steps. There were guests seated outside underneath a tent and guests (mostly family and close family friends) seated inside the chapel where they were closer to us. 😀
Here’s the view from outside:
And then one from inside:
I love this photo of my beautiful mother. 🙂
Even though it’s kind of dark, I LOVE this photo of us! This is a shot of us being introduced to everyone at the reception venue.
And here’s Darling Husband sipping wine after he got laid at the reception. 😉
LOL. Okay, sorry for the piddly recap – man, I look weird at certain angles, eck – but I have just been so eager to share memories of my day with all of you wonderful bees!! I hope you don’t mind if I keep posting little updates until I get my pro pics back? >_>
Have a wonderful day everyone! Until next time…