A walk down the aisle with Daddy.
A champagne toast and a kiss before climbing into the Rolls with her new husband.
Our youngest guest was just a few weeks old, but these big bruisers are twins Calvin and Luke, the bride's first-cousins-once-removed, who brought their parents all the way from Michigan for the occasion. Dad Garrett was Master of Ceremonies, and he did a wonderful job!
Don't you love the tiny tuxedos?
At the reception, Alida and Josh are both still smiling!
What is more intriguing to little girls than a bride, a wedding cake, and an ice sculpture?
And to bigger girls, the occasion was a chance to go all Royal Wedding with hats.
Don't these cousins look MAH-velous?
Josh's Mom Billie and I break apart the Norwegian wedding cake, so the
new Mr & Mrs can serve it to their guests.
And our husbands sneak off with the guys for cigars in the courtyard.
Don't Howard and Greg look sharp? Greg is a Navy doctor.
There are loads more pictures to share!
Including some of That Old House, which hosted about 60 people after the reception,
both inside and out, under a big white tent. I thank Mother Nature for gifting us a dry day!
And while the bride's eyes are a little bright in this picture taken by her Aunt Phyllis,
I think it's kind of cute of the new Mr & Mrs at their Sweetheart Table.
I put the Kransekake on a special cake plate; Howard bought it
for his Mom with paper route money, many years ago.
We had a blast yesterday, and on into today with brunch this morning
at That Old House for our travelers, and we're expecting our new family members
to join us soon for leftovers; there are plenty! Yay! No cooking for me for a couple of days. -- Cass
P. S. I'll do more complete posts -- today it's a fast one!
Thanks to Howard's sister Phyllis for most of these shots; Phyllis, you were the first to
send these . . . which is great, because I had forgotten my camera!!!