In a Garden

10.01.2009 · Posted by Wiley Wifey

Now that I’ve been in my new home for a solid 24 hours, it’s time to get back to the wedding recaps.

Dad provided a solid arm for my walk down the stairs. Could either of us have smiled any bigger?

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And here’s the handsome man that awaited me at the bottom of the staircase.

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Dad told me he didn’t cry, but I think this photo proves otherwise.

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This shot sums up exactly why we postponed the ceremony for 30 minutes. We didn’t want to marry anywhere else.

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Nick was squeezing my hands so tightly that my diamond ring was jabbing into my pinky finger. I didn’t let go, though.

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Trying to maintain my composure while Nick promised to love me “in sunshine and in rain.”

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My turn to vow to love and cherish him for all the days of our lives.

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Taking a moment to listen to “We are Man and Wife,” performed by Susan Savia. (Though apparently Nick couldn’t take his eyes off me!)

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We did it! (Notice the mud already accumulating on the bottom of my dress. I did drag it down and back up the stairs, after all.)

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{Photo Credits to Robert Winton}

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4 Comments to “In a Garden”

  1. [...] photographer a happy gal. We headed east to the Susquehanna River (near Lauxmont Farms where I said my vows almost three months ago) with a borrowed lens and flash for my Canon Rebel XTI. (Kennedy promised [...]

  2. [...] honeymoon began at Stone Crest in York. We left the soggy Sunken Garden at Lauxmont Farms and headed to a secluded bed and breakfast on top of a hill. A wide stone [...]

  3. [...] {Credit Robert Winton. More photos from our rainy wedding day.} [...]

  4. [...] photographer a happy gal. We headed east to the Susquehanna River (near Lauxmont Farms where I said my vows almost three months ago) with a borrowed lens and flash for my Canon Rebel XTI. (Kennedy promised [...]

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