…the Mother of the Bride.
It’s my birthday and I’m being taken out to brunch and dinner today. My sister, niece, my grand nephew, and my grand niece are still here from California so my Daughter in law is bringing them to join in for brunch together before she takes them to the airport. Tonight Josh, Laura, Dear and I are going out to dinner.
Meanwhile back to the wedding. My friend and hairdresser Sherri came to the venue on Sunday to attend to our hair. What a treat that was. She does a beautiful job on Katie’s hair and always makes my hair behave.
Since all the sisters were together we had to make sure and get plenty of photos. This one is from oldest to youngest starting from the left. Kathy, Vera, Ellen and Lana.
Right to left oldest to youngest.
Me and my sister Lana. Partners in crime and tablescaping…
Love this photo of the Father of the Bride walking our daughter down the aisle. Thanks to Harv and Bev for this one and the next few photos.
The wedding party walked in to the theme from Anne of Green Gables and I really had a hard time keeping it together.
Dear and I really were blessed with our daughter and son-in-laws day and we were filled with joy for them and us.
We were surprised when the guests applauded as we walked out after the ceremony.
Dear thanked all our friends and family for coming to the wedding and prayed a prayer of blessing over our food and time together.
I had to add this photo my niece posted on Facebook today. Me and my brother Leonard cutting the rug!
There are plenty more posts coming with all the Bride and Groom’s special moments and more family shots, too.
Thank you to all of you who have held us up with your prayers over these last few weeks as we prepared for this day. Those prayers were answered and we felt the peace and joy we prayed for. Truly a day that love was poured down on. Katie and Andrew traveled back to North Carolina last night and should be home by now.