We went to a beautiful outdoor country wedding yesterday. The weather was perfect. There was a nice cool breeze all evening. She was a beautiful bride and the groom wasn't too bad either. When someone said something about her dress getting all dirty outside. She just smiled and said," that's ok, I only plan on wearing it once." It was held at the Crow House. A home that was built in the 1800's. I wish I had taken pictures of the old home place but I was to excited about the wedding. The mother and father of the groom are good friends of ours. You can see he thinks he was all tapped out. LOL He has forgot about the cost of his daughters wedding.
Here is a pic of both parents of the groom, you can see the house in the background. The house is on the National Registry. The elderly couple that lives in it are in their 80's. She attended the wedding. I wish I had gotten a pic of her. You would not believe she was that old!
The band was very good, even if he did point to our table and say "this song is for the folks at that table!" He then started singing, Mustang Sally!
The bride's dad had already changed his clothes. No he didn't walk her down the isle (or in this case to the 100+ year old tree) in shorts!
I forgot to take pics of the delicious food. We had fried chicken, mashed potatoes with milk gravy, green beans, corn, mac and cheese and home made rolls. I said it was a country wedding. This bride had a picture in her head of what her perfect wedding would be like and she found it at an old homestead in Star City, AR. It was a beautiful wedding. It was a wonderful reception. The bride and groom looked very happy and very much in love. What more could you ask? Congratulations you two!
Live long and prosper!