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In August, my nephew Geordan & his bride Koki were married in Hawaii, on the island of Kauai, in a beautiful late afternoon, ocean side ceremony. In September, Gina & George hosted a backyard wedding reception so all their Oklahoma … Continue reading
Last but certainly not least is the wedding reception festivities. This entire wedding has been full to the brim with Kaleigh & Jared’s personalities and the reception was no exception!
Have you ever thought about the fact that your family has it’s own culture? I tend to think of culture in the broad sense…as in Native American culture, Southern culture, Western culture, etc. One of Webster’s definitions of culture is…the … Continue reading
You’ve seen the bridal party…and behind the scenes the day of the wedding…my favorite wedding day photo…wedding decor ideas as well as the bouquets so it’s about time you actually see a few photos of the ceremony.
My two oldest girls, Courtney and Kaleigh are 2 1/2 years apart. Growing up they were as different as night and day. Yet sometime during their late teens/early twenties they began to look more alike. People began having a hard time … Continue reading
It truly was “the day” of the wedding. One day. We had from 10:00 am until midnight to unload numerous trucks, cars and trailers with wedding paraphernalia, set up the ceremony, decorate the tables, have the rehearsal, host the rehearsal lunch, … Continue reading
If you’ve ever been involved in planning a wedding one of the most important decisions is whether to use fresh flowers or silk, fake, faux or some other form of not-real flowers. Kaleigh chose to use both. The bridesmaids carried … Continue reading
Confetti. Thousands of tiny colorful squares. Painstakingly cut with one object in mind. To create an amazing photo opportunity. Vintage Furniture. Two sofas. Two chairs. A poof. A table. A trunk. Traveled across town with one object in mind. To set the … Continue reading