God truly blessed Tyler and my grand neice Emily on their wedding day. Such fun for my husband and me because we got to stay with my younger sister who lives in Pullman for several nights. And afterwards with my older sister in Pomeroy, Washington. I love the wheatfields of home - they draw me like the ocean draws a sailor.
Here are some pictures from this lovely festive day:
Colors were aubergine and lime
My granddaughter walking in:
My brother's darling grandsons:
Bride on father's arm:
Husband and wife!!
Bride with my granddaughter Sarah, one of her five attendants:
My sister with granddaughter on right and her friend:
Learning how to salute from my sister who despaired of the rest of us. This was a take-off from everyone looking into the sun at the bridal party during pictures after the ceremony.
Sarah and me:
Matron of honor - sister of the bride:
. . . and mother of the newest member of our family in his daddy's arms (he wore a tux that day too :)
Aw! the kiss!! (see those lovely wheatfields in the background)
Cake, accompanied by - you guessed it - lots of cupcakes in three flavors:
My sister with her first great grandchild!!!
Bride next day at the firehouse where the reception was held - she is an EMT and finishing college: