All the best things went wrong!
It was a beautiful sunny summer mid morning, when the wedding party was supposed to arrive at the historic church in Albany. Chris arrived in his tux for the 10am pictures only to be surprised to see the groom polishing his Mustang in his street clothes. Chris and I glanced at each other only to assume that there must be a good reason for the fresh wax. One hour and half later, the last groomsman arrives, the lights on the street and church are finally back on and the 3 tiered cake, after having been rescued by my sister from a close death to the floor, was now three individually one layered cakes. Pictures were taken, guests arrived and everything was wonderful.
Did I mention the bride was glowing!!
This was my first adventure in making a bouquet of any kind. I was kind of proud of myself even if it took me over an hour. It had to be perfect for Jacqueline!
Jacqueline giving the flower girl the last minute instructions on her important role. This is of course how a teacher shows her students how to do something.
Ring bearer and flower girl taking a moment to get to know each other.
The were a perfect pair and kept each other company for 2 days.
Love and happiness to the bride and groom!
You did a beautiful job with the bouquet and other floral arrangements... I loved the pew decor and well, everything everything everything that you did for me that day! It was a complete success. Thank you so much for what you did to make it that way!
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