One Man, One Wife, One Love Through Life: Ceremony Part I

As guests started arriving, they slowly made their way over to the south lawn. It’s a bit of a trek, but the weather was perfect, not too hot with an occasional breeze.

Mrs.Macarons

Mrs.Macarons

We kept the decor simple and placed a small table at the end of the aisle with a tray full of programs, and a frame advising our guests to sit where they please.

Mrs.Macarons

Remember all those “foofers” (AKA poms) I made? MOH Sassy’s husband ended up handing them out; however, I completely forgot to bring something nice to hold them in. Coordinator to the rescue! While the basket didn’t match the wooden tray, it was a lot better than a USPS box.

Mrs.Macarons

Sassy’s husband was also equipped with a basket of coloring books and crayons, which the parents loved as they kept their little ones entertained.

Mrs.Macarons

Mrs.Macarons

Mrs.Macarons

With all of our guests seated it was time to start the processional.

Mrs.Macarons

Mr. Macs and our reverend were up first. What is up with the ridiculous face? I think our groomsmen rubbed off on him from earlier.

Mrs.Macarons

Mrs.Macarons

Followed by Mac’s mother, his father and his wife, and my grandparents.*

Mrs.Macarons

I was really surprised by the red bow tie and cummerbund. I thought our colors were pretty clear given our invitations. His wife apologized profusely afterward for not making the connection. C’est la vie. I ended up changing it to a dark purple in Photoshop, though, before ordering prints.

With the family in place it was the groomsmen’s turn, followed by the bridesmaids.

Mrs.Macarons

{Left to right: my brother, Groomsman J, Groomsman A, and Mac’s brother}

Mrs.Macarons

{Left to right: BM Mermaid, BM Gunslinger, and MOH Sassy}

Sadly, the heel caps didn’t help the ladies either. They kept telling themselves “Don’t fall, don’t fall” and unfortunately spent a lot of time looking at the ground in front of them.

All while Mr. Macs looked on, as he knew what came next…

Mrs.Macarons

Mrs.Macarons

*My grandfather’s niece provided my grandmother a little more stability up until they reached the aisle.

**All photos by ee photography unless otherwise noted. Wedding party and family photos cropped by me.**

Up next, it’s my turn down the aisle!

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Mrs. Macarons

Location:
Tampa
Wedding Date:
September 2011
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    Mrs. Treasure 1638 posts, Bumble bee @ 2:19 pm

    Man, I love that ribbon backdrop, especially in the first picture.

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    courtoni 177 posts, Blushing bee @ 2:23 pm

    Can’t wait to see the next set of pictures!

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    Miss Ariel 83 posts, Worker bee @ 2:28 pm

    The ribbon background does look goorgeous in the first photo.

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    Mrs. Genie 709 posts, Busy bee @ 5:22 pm

    I love all the little lavender details! And that first picture of the ribbon backdrop is sooooo pretty!

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    Mrs. Pony 9265 posts, Buzzing Beekeeper @ 6:26 pm

    Love your details, the backdrop is beautiful!

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    Miss Bat 285 posts, Helper bee @ 7:44 pm

    How beautiful! I love your ribbon backdrop (we hope to incorporate lots of ribbons in our wedding), your signage, and all your other details!!

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    Mrs. Earrings 2611 posts, Sugar bee @ 9:52 pm

    Gorgeous ceremony location!

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    Mrs. Panda 1324 posts, Bumble bee @ 9:12 pm

    gorgeous! the ribbon background is amazing. I love all of your little details!

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    jacofblues 1468 posts, Bumble bee @ 10:54 pm

    Aww such gorgeous photos! I can’t wait to see the next installment!

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