Good morning! I am excited to share with you my instagram photos from the week. I'm linking up with Life Rearranged. My handle is creolewisdom.
Do you know how refreshing it is to not have your giant DSLR while attending a celebration? I felt like someone had liberated me, but of course now I'm regretting not having it.
In the 1970s my dad started college. He met Steve. They became friends right away. The years passed, both men married and started families. "Uncle" Steve and "Aunt" Mary were the first people besides my parents to hold me after I was born. Their daughter, Georgia, the fifth. Last Friday she married her love, Matt.
The reception. It was hot as hell. I don't know how else to describe it. 100 degrees plus 70% humidity. Yes. I thought my dad was going to die. I kept bringing him water.
It was memorable and we'll never forget it. See why I like fall best?
As with any other event, it was in the details people!
The bathroom mirror, it was in a barn! I love how mom is awkwardly adjusting her scarf and eyeing me like I'm a crazy person. We have this inside joke that I love to capture her when she's not aware and so she always ends up looking off, bless her heart! Dad says, "Louise I don't think you're going to need your scarf" tehe//The bathroom signs read "chicks" and "roosters."
The table runners were just gorgeous. Matt's mom made every one of those pots//I loved the simple place settings, those dish clothes made perfect sweat towels
Name tags. I was so confused, I thought these were to figure out where you sat. I don't do name tags, I figure if someone wants to know my name they can ask me. I guess at 100 degrees a little clip on your dress doesn't sound good and your attitude emerges full force//Georgia and Matt enjoying their first dance! We were just playing with American Girl dolls in the basement, what happened?
Dad and I. The poor guys! They were all sweating through their suits and pants and dress shoes!//The most delicious corn on the cob hands down. I thought I had died and gone to heaven, and bless, there was floss in the bathroom