These are all the fabulous signs from our son’s wedding this past June. He worked on putting the boards together and a friend of our new daughter in love did the printing. For some of the signs they bought old framed paintings from thrift stores and re-purposed them with blackboard paint and chalk paint. The wedding venue was in a remote location off a primitive road so the signs at the turnoffs were a great help.
I’m linking up with Lesley for signs, signs.
Dear and ellen b. before we melted away in the heat.
My brother Tim who was a huge help before, during and after the wedding!
Everyone finding a spot in the shade to watch the ceremony.
Our sons, Dan and Josh.
Our son-in-law Andrew, Dan, Josh and Adam. One of Dan’s groomsmen was unable to attend because his wife was about to give birth at anytime and the father being six hours away was not an option!
Our views on the drive to the wedding. (photo credit to Annie and Jenna)
My next post will be on the ceremony and then one for the reception and dancing.
We are finally getting a wee cool down here in the Pacific Northwest, in the 80’s today instead of the 90’s. What’s happening in your world?
…is what this post is all about. The following photo collages from Dan and Jamie’s wedding day were nicked from my sister, nieces, or whoever shared them on Facebook!
Thank you Melissa!
Thank you Lana!
Thank you Michelle!
Our family on the top and our nieces on Dear’s side in the bottom shot, too.
My brothers and sisters.
I will be sharing more individual shots from the wedding that I managed to take on another day. We are still celebrating here at this old house with family. It’s still really hot! Yesterday a few of us went canoeing on Lake Washington. Fifteen of us enjoyed Tequila Tuesday at Dear and my Mexican haunt. We came home to watch the U.S.A. women win their World Cup Game against Germany and then despite the heat lit a fire so the kids could make s’mores! The fun continues…
We are back home from a wonderful time celebrating the marriage of Dan and Jamie. I have lots to share but no brain power to put it all together yet.
Thank you for your prayers and good wishes. Everything went so well!