This photo below is how it looked when I arrived at 4:00:CE Rentals had the drapes and rails available so she took the hotel van and picked up the materials and headed back for her hotel staff to assemble and get into place. In the meantime Sally announced that there would be a 30 minute delay in starting the ceremony and we were all invited to the Front Porch for hors d'oeuvres and drinks.
Anyone who has done a wedding with me that had a runner down the aisle on top of concrete or carpet knows that I consider them a hazard because I believed that it was not possible to secure them to the surface to prevent the runner from becoming wrinkled and twisted when walked upon. Well, I have to change my mind after watching Suzanne, Sally's assistant, put this runner in place with double-sided carpet tape. I was amazed that it really did stick and the runner stayed in place the whole ceremony! Boy did I learn something new and very useful!
English Garden did the florals.
Complete Music DJ was set up both for the reception and for the ceremony outdoors. He was a busy man!
Sweet Memories. There is writing in the cream fondant on the bottom layer.
The ceremony delay gave extra time for photographs. The bride and maid of honor are going back to her room after finishing up the photo shoot.
Our youngest attendant carries the sign "Here Comes the Bride" as he is escorted down the aisle!
And so we begin.....
Kaeleigh went first and did beautifully! Then it was Boomer's turn.
The big moment they legally become husband and wife!
It's a done deal now!
Welcome to your marriage, Kaeleigh and Boomer!Jennifer Kidd and I laughing about the wedding and how much fun it was. We recently found out that we were both born and raised in Georgia, not too many miles apart! Small world, right? Thanks for referring Kaeleigh and Boomer to me, Jennifer!