Franklin Wedding: The Ceremony
It’s wedding ceremony time! I gave my camera to our friend Steve (all 3 bridesmaids have hubbies named Steve) and told him to take as many pictures as he wanted. Well, he sure didn’t disappoint!!! I had over 600 pictures from that day. I’m still not finished editing them all, but here are a few from Elizabeth and Rustin’s wedding ceremony.
Here’s Rustin dancing down the aisle. I think it caught everyone by surprise.
If you look closely, you can see Steve and me peeking over the fence in the background.
Then everyone danced down the aisle, one by one.
Here’s one of the other Steve’s.
Jr. Bridesmaid, Rachel.
It’s my honey bunny’s turn!
He really got into it.
I don’t remember this groomsman’s name, but he threw candy into the audience!
It’s my turn!
Don’t ask what I’m doing…..a pirouette maybe?
I’m such an embarrassment! Don’t ever ask me to dance down an aisle again!
Best man, Eli.
Ryan ran down the aisle and did a quick spin at the end. 🙂 Such a good sport.
Sam skipped down the aisle, with her poofy dress bouncing along with her. So cute.
Here comes the bride!!! She didn’t dance. It’s kinda hard to dance to a wedding march.
Such a beautiful bride!
Rustin looks like he went into military mode. He was so serious at the first part of the ceremony. He finally let loose a little during the vows.
“Who gives this woman to be married to this man?”
I love this look they gave each other. It was the first time Rustin smiled since he saw her walk down the aisle.
And…..back to being serious.
Look at her pretty tea length dress. Perfect for an outdoor spring wedding! And of course it lets her show off those hot pink pumps!
Reading the vows. Rustin made his into a rap song….or was it just supposed to be a poem? I couldn’t tell.
One of Elizabeth’s vows was to watch one sports game with him per week without falling asleep. 🙂
She also vowed to cook dinner for him once a week….and Elizabeth HATES to cook. So that was a big one!
I love a wedding where the bride cries. 🙂
And also when she laughs!
Rustin’s parents’ backyard made a beautiful wedding venue.
I’m handing her Rustin’s ring. I also got to hold her bouquet…which made me happy. 🙂
The exchanging of rings.
I now pronounce you husband and wife!!!
Kiss the bride!!!!
He picked her up in a big whoosh of white dress, and carried her down the aisle.
And then we all followed. By the by….look how awkward I look next to the best man. I’m what…..6 inches taller than him, at least?!
Then we all stood around outside the gate for several minutes before someone told us what we were supposed to be doing. 🙂
All in all, it was a lovely, and sometimes corny ceremony. I don’t think I could have imagined it any other way.