CONGRATULATIONS, Mr. & Mrs. Waller!
The Trolley was waiting to take the bridal party to the Capitol for the 'official photos'.
I am so happy my sister could be with us.
All on board!
This is fun. The sprinklers are sprinkling.
And somebody else is already 'shooting' there. But they let us have 5 minutes. Thanks, guys!
What is it with the converse Chucks? Long story!
Story behind this too! Photo was submitted but they didn't win. Boooo!
Capitol grounds are a dream to take pictures !!!
Siblings and Siblings-in-law.
I love my girls. Who can blame me? They are so beautiful ... inside and out!
And yes, the Trolley had broken down. We had to wait for a huge bus to bring us to the reception ... a little late, but it could have been worse.
Bride and groom - first dance.
The bride's parents.
The groom's parents.
Father of the Bride dancing with his daughter.
Mother of the Groom dancing with her son.
A welcome to all the guests
Talking about Paducah, Kentucky?
Checking out the cookbook 'Sarah & Wade's Favorite Recipes'. The guest must have liked the party favor. Only 3 were left.
(I need to tell the truth. I 'stole' this picture from Dee Stephens' blog. Hope you don't mind, Dee. Thanks!)
This uncle must have dug into one of the two baskets with dancing shoes!
The dancing shoes (flip-flops) were a big hit.
The photobooth was a big hit too. It also served as guest book. There were a ton of props and many had fun playing dress-up.
Most photographed person with the instant cameras: the photographer Maren, my niece from Germany.
Nobody had to starve (or thirst either). The Mash Potato Bar was a big hit.
The Roast Beef Carver was popular too (hence the instant camera photo, I guess).
And lots of other Southern Food.
The couple is getting ready to leave.
A German custom.
Bride and Groom have a race to cut each side of the heart with tiny scissors.
What? No cheering on?
Who is going to win?
There they go!
What a Day !!!