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As promised, I'm sharing more about my granddaughter, Jenna's wedding. She revived the Flower Child Era! Her wedding vows were taken outdoors. Decorations were designed by Jenna's mom, Sharon, my daughter-in-law, with the help of many hands.
You might remember that the weatherman predicted 60% RAIN, but not one drop of rain came down the entire night! There even was a soft breeze. (Thank you, Lord!) Just look at that Blue sky!
Yards and yards of multi-colored material was cut and hung to help set the scene. You'll spot plenty of Blue. Our daughter-in-law is dressed in Blue and seated in the front row.
Here's two of the bridesmaids in their maxi dresses. Note that pretty Blue bird cage in front of the deck. Of course, one of the dresses is a Blue print.
Why, even her bare feet sport Blue polish! They walked on burlap runners.
The groom with his groomsmen and the pastor, who is in a Blue shirt. You can spot plenty of Blue in their attire.
The moment Matt saw his bride walking down the aisle, his face crumbled with emotion.
They wrote their own vows and read them aloud. So sweet. So special!
Afterwards, the reception was inside a beautifully decorated, air conditioned room. I only got a few shots, though.
A unique sign-in table was arranged with a pot of black ink and feather pens located to the right of a sheet of papyrus. Two love birds kiss in front of a mixture of colorful flowers. Note the Blue print of the tablecloth.
Here's a close-up shot of the darling Blue birdcage with the candle lit.
The wedding cake--placed on a cut piece of log, covered with leaves, and topped with love birds. Additional sheet cakes were brought in to serve the guests.
Jenna's ring finger has a Blue feather on it. Her rings are etched with leaves, designed by Matt and a helpful jeweler. (Yes, he sure is a romantic.)
The bride dancing with her father, our baby boy. You can get an idea of the beautiful decorations Sharon did.
Happy Blue Monday!