This is a non-stamping post, so feel free to bypass it if you aren’t interested in personal stuff! I apologize for the lack of commenting and posting the last few days!! My nephew got married Friday night and I’ve had a houseful of family!!! They’ve all gone home now and we are just waiting for my DD’s baby to arrive so between the excitement of these two events, I thought I’d post some photos of the wedding! It was held at Landis Valley Farm Museum, which is like a mini-Williamsburg, in the beautiful farm country of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Both my nephew and his bride love all things country and they wanted to have their reception in a barn, so that’s what they did! So here are a few highlights:
The flowers in Mason jars hanging on shepherd’s hooks as we walked in:
The flowers on the “altar”:
My sister Joyce and her hubby Jim, parents of the groom:
The bridesmaids lined up by the barn; notice the footwear:
The bride and her dad approach:
The ceremony begins. Our minister has known these two kids since they were little; they grew up at church together!
The beautiful bride:
A birds-eye view of the ceremony:
My two beautiful nieces, sisters of the groom:
My niece Kelly giving her maid-of-honor speech at the entrance of the barn:
And the party went long into the evening! Everyone had a blast, even though it was a dry wedding because of the location. My feet were SO tired from dancing!!!
The cake was actually three different CHEESE CAKES---soooo yummy!!!
And of course, cheese cake is SO smashable!
The table decorations were tree-themed; we all got a jar of homemade apple butter to take home, and these were little “prizes” we could win on the tables as well:
This is the ONLY picture I got with me and my sister Gail and Tim; the cameras were flashing like crazy but I never got one of Tim, Allyson and me together!! Or any other family members, for that matter!
And one last parting shot:
Thanks for indulging me! And thanks to Alex Lee, who took most of these photos and is an incredible photographer (plus she has a really nice camera) and a close friend of the couple, as well as a few others who took some photos as well!