One of the weddings that we had at the Bed & Breakfast recently was actually a surprise – for the guests, that is. The bride and groom had invited everyone to a 1920’s-themed cocktail party and asked the guests to dress appropriately, but made no mention of a wedding on the invitations. About 45 minutes into the party, the groom called for everyone’s attention and thanked the surprised party goers for coming to the wedding and sharing in the special day. As you can imagine, the announcement that the ceremony was about to begin was of course was met by cries of delight. What a fun and unique wedding! We at The Morning Star wish Patrick and Jo great joy together!
Just as soon as we got done serving breakfast this morning, I changed into a suit, and Bill, Anne and I ran out to the garden for a wedding. Fortunately, the rain had cleared away about an hour beforehand and so we were still able to have the ceremony in the garden. It was very sweet and some of our guests came out to watch and take photos. We at The Morning Star wish Robert and Cynthia a world of happiness!
It was a lovely day for a wedding. The bride and groom and their families were all smiles. I hope that they have a very happy future together!
After the wedding, I was able to get a few pictures of the cake and of the flower girls. They were so cute! I love the amazement that children experience when looking at a wonderful cake.
Yum! The perfect reward for two hard working little flower girls. Good job, girls!
I don’t often get a chance to take many photos at weddings that we host because I have so many other things to do on the wedding day. I did manage to get a few yesterday, though, of the happy bride and groom and one of their little guests. It was fun to photograph people, something I don’t usually do.
Here is wishing the bride and groom continued happiness!
Thankfully, today was a beautiful Spring day for a garden wedding – a surprising fact given the unseasonably cold weather we have been experiencing as of late. Here are a few photos that I quickly took while we were getting ready for the joyous event.
We hosted a charming wedding at Bed & Breakfast yesterday. There was quite a bit to do to get ready and so, unfortunately, I didn’t have time to photograph the cake or the bride’s bouquet. I did take a few photos of some of the other flowers today, though. The bride loves orange, especially orange daisies. So I made her bouquet with four styles of orange gerbera daisies along with coppery-pink florists roses and peach-colored spray roses. The textures and colors were so cheerful that I used the same assortment of flowers to decorate the cake. We at The Morning Star wish the bride and groom a very happy future together!
When my husband came home from work this evening, he remarked that he thought I should have used this photo instead of the one in my last post. What do you think? Do you prefer one or the other photo?