The Ceremony…

Our son Dan waiting to catch a glimpse of his bride.

Our son-in-law Andrew and our daughter Katie got to walk down an aisle again together.

Our son Josh was Best Man and Jamie’s best friend Maili was the matron of honor. Maili’s daughters were the flower girls and one of her son’s delivered the rings to Dan and Jamie at the right moment in the ceremony.

Jamie and Dan’s sweet flower girls. Little Leini is battling leukemia and is now in an intense part of her treatments to fight off the disease. Please pray for Leini whenever God puts her on your heart and in your mind. She really was serious about dropping the petals as she walked down the aisle.

Jamie’s mom raised Jamie singly and it was fitting for her to walk her only daughter down the aisle.

My brother Steve officiated the wedding and he brought a beautiful message for Dan and Jamie and all of us. One of the main themes was kindness.

Our beautiful new daughter-in-law was radiant!

Man and Wife and we’re glad that they have made a covenant with God to live out their vows forever.

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

11 thoughts on “The Ceremony…

  1. Congratulations to all! Such a beautiful wedding. God bless the new couple and bring them a lifetime of love and many blessings.

  2. A radiant bride and handsome groom indeed!!! Everything looked beautiful including you. Little Lieni will be in my prayers – what a little darling girl. Thank you so much for sharing this precious family event Ellen. May God richly bless Dan and Jamie!!!

  3. Cutest little flower girl…a privilege to pray for her.

    Oh the newlyweds are both radiant! Has anyone heard from them yet?

  4. Oh, I loved these pictures!! The bride and groom look so happy! May the Lord bless them as they begin this walk through life together!

    I am saying a prayer for the darling little flower girl and her family.

  5. Beautiful…the bride, the attendants, the decor, the setting! Everything. And the sweet flower girl for whom we are praying.

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