A fun pop of ruby from a wedding we attended at Kayak Point in Washington.
Mary at Work of the Poet is the hostess for Ruby Tuesday!
After a couple days of rain and clouds we’re enjoying a few more days of sunshine this week in the Great Northwest. I’m thinking as soon as I get over the bug my Dear and daughter decided to share I’ll need to get out and about and look for some good signs of Fall.
…for an outdoor wedding.
Joe and Mica decided on a casual ceremony with some Mexican traditions from Mica’s heritage. Our daughter Katie was in the wedding.
The bride and groom decided to include the Lasso Ceremony during the ceremony. Lasso (sometimes called, “lazo”) or rope is placed around the bride and groom’s
shoulders (groom’s shoulder’s first) in the form of an “8” (the infinity symbol) – after they have exchanged their vows – to symbolize their everlasting union.
We enjoyed a delicious barbecue of pulled pork sandwiches after the ceremony with homemade Pico de Gallo that the bride and her mother made. I was too busy eating to take pictures of the food. I did manage to take a photo of the cupcakes in lieu of a wedding cake…
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