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Here's the Happy Couple!

Married in Antigua on March 17th, the reception was beautiful and followed their wedding theme - The Beach. After a wonderful week of Sun, Sand, and relaxation, they returned to Baltimore to celebrate with family and friends, packup Fawn's belongings, and head West towards Oregon. I believe they are on the road as I type.

I'd give you a little more information on the reception, but we've all been to them. The normal, traditional activities were done with the exception of the Fool to Remember. I will happily note that noone made a drunken fool of themselves, since no alcohol was served. Hooray for that.

This reception did not include ANY dancing other than the couple's first dance, father/daughter dance, and mother/son. Music genre was a little country, and lots of Southern Rock. I think I even heard Free Bird. Actually, I KNOW I heard it, because I had to stop and laugh out loud. When was the last time you heard that song? And yes, they played the ENTIRE 17 minute song!

The youngsters were a hoot to watch. I think they had the most "active" fun.



On Friday, I uploaded a few of the pages of the wise-sas-dom I put together on Thursday night. I finished a few more on Friday night. To pull it together, I put them in a small folder...



Note the smudging on the tree. I love that tree stamp, but OMaGOSH, the stem is just too thin! I couldn't get a cleanly stamped image. I went with the best after 10 tries. Yes, 10 tries.

Comments

Kerry said…
Beautiful folder...perfect for a wedding and your words of wisdom!
Jean said…
Rebecca, The pics are great! The grandchildren shots were especially good...I never even saw Chase covered in blue icing...how adorable. Oh my your words of wis sas doms are each a work of art! I'm glad you posted because I hadn't seen them. When do you find the time...you're one of my heros. Jean

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