Sunday, May 8, 2016

Beautiful Bride, Beautiful Wedding

We attended a family wedding of our niece, Bekah at the Trinity River Audubon Center.  It is a beautiful place!

I found this little jewel after we parked to go in. One of many wild flowers I might add.

We were meet by this sign just outside the door where the wedding would take place. I love the simplicity and elegance of it.

John eagerly awaiting his bride!

Exchanging vows. I was on the "right side" for the wedding but not the right side for getting pictures!

Kissing the Bride.

Pronouncing Mr & Mrs!

While waiting to eat we took advantage of taking some pictures.

Other than the Bride and Groom I think these two are the most beautiful couple attending the wedding!

This picture has significance. These are Bekah's Uncles. Doyle, Don (Bekah's Dad's brother) and Doren. 

Bekah's dad (David) passed away a couple of years ago. He wore lots of ties. He had given several to Doren. He came up with the idea to have each Uncle wear one of David's ties and to have a picture taken with them wearing those ties to give to Bekah later. 

L to R Matthew (Bekah's brother) Doris, Bekah and John

I love how they are looking at each other.

Next thing you know....yep...KISS!

It's not a good picture of anyone else as they thought the "picture" was over but I just love newlyweds!

Some more beautiful wildflowers!

L to R Doren, Doris, Doyle with nephew David and friend Melissa.

Wedding party.

The cake.

Our seating chart for dinner.

 Taking a moment with the Bride

Cutting the cake.

They played a cute game where they asked questions such as "who is the best cook?" The beer represented John and the glass Bekah. They agreed on most things but this question (which I don't remember what it was) they obviously thought differently!

Bekah's brother Matthew walked Bekah down the aisle and danced with his sister. Bitter/sweet moment.


We stayed for a little dancing but we had to come home before the newlyweds left. We did however see their ride waiting for them!

I didn't realize it until I looked at the pictures on the computer that I managed to get the full moon in the very top of this photo!

Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. John Foss!

Have a good one!