Saturday, June 18, 2011

More Happy Beginnings!

Wedding photos as promised!

Our niece and her new hubby exchanged vows last week at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum.  The grand entrance steps and the evening sky made for nice photos.  These were taken by her Uncle D.  No professional photographers were needed with so many talented relatives and friends with nice cameras! Her mother (my sister) baked fifteen (or sixteen?) cream cheese bundt cakes and her new mother-in-law baked several german chocolate cakes.  All were delicious!  Note the cake topper.  It has made it's appearance at five family weddings over three generations with a little decorative tweaking each time.  That was my responsibility on the day before. My sister also made the adorable flower girl dresses.  No one would ever guess that the pretty bridesmaid dresses came from the bride's favorite large chain store!  Everything turned out wonderful.  The food was wonderful and even though the weather didn't cooperate to have the reception outside, the museum was a beautiful setting.

Some family photos for my blog reading relatives! 

Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. R ! 


Lori said...

What a beautiful wedding! I lvoe the idea of the cake topper being passed down through the generations. What a lovely tradition.

Thimbleanna said...

Your sister looks like her sister LOL. I LOVE that fun wedding cake topper idea. It looks like it was a wonderful wedding!

sarah said...

thank for the post aunt j. such a fun day! :)

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Beautiful photos. Love your dress.