Who, though lovely ladies, were entirely upstaged by the bride.
This is the wedding sermon, preached by our very loving pastor.
This was my view, though in real life I could see more and better. Do you see those rocks? And there was a waterfall to the far, far left. I should have got a picture, but you know how that goes.
The man in front of me had a better view than I did, so I borrowed his phone, so to speak. He didn’t know I took his picture.
Then for the lighting of the unity candle. I’ve never understood that practice. But it sure looks good!
I loved the dress– no beads, no heavy stuff, just lots of tulle and some embroidery.
Then we all went walking back to the reception area. (Oh? I didn’t mention that this wedding was so much in the out-of-doors that you had to walk? Except for the geriatrics. They got pushed and helped part of the way, then a van came to take them to the reception.)
This was Katya’s First Wedding! We were all proud. (Note: You see that blouse I’m wearing? It’s a reincarnation of The Stylish Dress Book’s view “K”. With improvements. I expect to blog about it soon.)
Katya filled herself up on fruit, and determination to not be too full for cake. She barely picked at the delicious-and-trumps-Chipotle-any-day Chipotle style supper. The meat was amazing! I’m hoping to get the recipe third hand.
It was a gorgeous, gorgeous wedding. Really, it was.
A very happy wedded life to Ricky and Sara!