Sunday, November 7, 2010

The Wedding more pics

We're back at her house and this is daddy with his daughter.

Here's a group shot of us for the outside photo shoot before we go to the hall. See hubby's hair flying? Yep, it was windy and our smiles is telling the photographer...take the shot, take the shot, I'm going to fall over like a popsicle, take the shot! But in all reality, the photographer and videographer were great, fun people, and glad they were there..but...TAKE THE SHOT!

The parents of the groom, an amazing and down to earth family we are fortunate to unite our families with.




13 comments:

Roseanne Dowell said...

Beautiful

Karen McGrath said...

Oh, I love the one of Daddy and his little girl! Tears!

ChrisChat said...

Hugs to a loving and lovely family

Rosalie Skinner said...

Gorgeous! So beautiful.
Thanks for sharing.
Sweet ring bearer and flower girl. So cute.

Lin said...

I cannot express it any better than the ones who have already left comments. You are a beautiful woman, Lea, inside and out, and it comes through loud and clear via these pictures of your daughter's wedding. Blessings on all.

Rhobin said...

Thanks for sharing! Looks like a very successful wedding. Congratulations, Lea, good job.

M. L. Archer said...

I agree! It looks like things went perfect! Even when they didn't. Congratulations and God Bless!

Rebecca Ryals Russell said...

What a beautiful event for your daughter to remember into old age. Good job, Lea. I hope I can do as well when it's my turn. And you looked gorgeous, too. Worth every tear.

Jane Richardson, writer said...

Absolutely beautiful! :)

Jane x

Susanne Drazic said...

Everyone looks so happy. What a wonderful day for all of you. Thanks for sharing all of these wonderful pictures.

Frank Scully said...

Congratulations. A lovely and wonderful family. I know it must have been a hectic day having just gone through one recently. God Bless the bridge and groom.

Emily Pikkasso said...

Beautiful pictures

Glynis said...

I have just browsed through your gorgeous pics. Thanks for sharing. I love the way both parents walk the bride down the aisle. I saw it the first time, here in Cyprus.

Congratulations to the Bride and Groom. I wish them joy in their lives.

I too had to many a moment last year. D1 and our son married in UK, six weeks apart. Byt the time wedding one was over, I had a list of what not and what to do's for sons. I was not going to be caught out twice. LOL