- 9 years ago
- Wedding: June 2009
YES. We’e there! One piece, safe and sound. I gave instructions to the decorators in the reception hall on how to do the centerpieces and one of my friends (also my guest attendant) and my bridesmaid’s fiance (the friend was staying with them so they were stuck there early) were gracious enough to handle behind the scenes coordination. The fiance was also our videorecorder for the evening and blew me away with his fabulous skills! He’s not even a pro, just a dude with a camera =]
We took pictures inside. Since the house has an 1850’s feel, we rolled with that business. The guys took pics outside, but honestly, in hindsight, after seeing how sweaty they got, I’m not sure the ladies would have appreciated that. The first pic is all of us (kind of a boob shot, but I really like this one and my MOH came up with this photo pose, the second one is of my girls being very “Marie Antoinette”, sniffing flowers and looking pretty as we called it. It cracks me up.
The thid one is my guy and the groomsman and his sister, the pregnant groomswoman! I love how coordinated she is. She was a trooper! The fourth one I think, is her and ner husband being a zombie and the other guys trying to look cool.
And lastly, some detailed shots of the ceremony site, H2O bottles, the plantation house itself, and the ceremony site. (the collage, it was too big initially)
Stay tuned for part 3 which I’ll do on my lunch break. I don’t think I can do it and the pictures prove it all! I think we will have 5 installments b/c some of our dance pictures are too funny to pass up. 80 year old men plus bridesmaids plus liquor equals funny.
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