So says Artsy Fartsy at 20.1.10
So says Artsy Fartsy at 19.1.10
y big little bro is married!
Everything was already set up - it looked great. Black tablecloths, mismatched wooden chairs, long rows of tables, and candles. All it needed was our flower arrangements, the food, and the people!
The wedding itself was gorgeous. It was held in a beautiful old church, First United Methodist, with huge stained glass windows, arched carved wooden doors, and the largest organ in Oklahoma.
Amazing. My brother and his bride wrote their own vows, and when they were done reciting them, the entire church was teary and sniffly. Who knew my brother was such a poet?
After a joyous recessional, we headed to the reception for some delicious food, drinks, and dancing. The DJ was great, and even my dad cut a rug during the cupid shuffle. Huh-larious.
All in all, it was a fantastic wedding celebration weekend for two fantastic people. The now Mr. and Mrs. R deserve the best in life, and I hope their marriage is long, happy, and full of laughs and many children!
Church kisses and champagne toasts,
So says Artsy Fartsy at 12.1.10
So, I don't know about you, but my New Year came rushing in with a WHOOSH and smacked me back into reality.
So says Artsy Fartsy at 6.1.10