We were pleased with the flowers and how the table scapes turned out for the wedding.
One of the amazing things about Katie and Andrew’s wedding day was that we had sunshine and dry skies. We did not have one drop of rain fall on us all day and into the evening. God kissed our day with sunshine and we were surprised and grateful! The forecast was for a gloomy rainy day…
The head table had chargers with the the USMC Eagle Globe and Anchor symbol.
We chose to have the family service which meant everyone could sit and relax as the platters of food were served and passed around the tables.
There was enough food for everyone to try both the salmon and the steak. The venue donates the leftover food to a local shelter.
I mentioned before that Katie painted the cake toppers with the right ribbons and emblems on her Marine!
You might be seeing some repeats on photos the rest of the week as my sister Lana just sent me her photos from the wedding.
We had sunshine and a dry day here in the Seattle area on Monday. I zoomed around town to make some returns and to shop for a couple more weddings coming up for us. We have a wedding to attend in April here in Washington and in May we fly down to Southern California for my nephew’s wedding. I found a dress that will work for both weddings. I returned those beautiful silver blingy shoes to Nordstrom today because they killed my feet at Katie and Andrew’s wedding. OUCH! I love dealing with Nordstroms!
Hope your week is going well. OH and before I leave I posted my Dear’s amazing Tomato Rice Soup on Mennonite Girls Can Cook today.
I decided to link this post to Susan’s Tablescape Thursday.