Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Last Winter Wedding of the Season

It was a sunny, but freezing cold day for this couple being married at Sacred Heart Church.
The bride carried Latin Lady Roses, with varigated Pittosporum and a collar of Ostrich feathers, all wrapped up cozy in a woven satin ribbon sleeve with pearls and crystals.

Bridesmaids wore beautiful red dresses and carried Virginia Roses with a collar of Million Star Gyp and varigated Pittosporum.

The Groom's mother carried a tiny bouquet of Virginia Roses and White Cymbidium Orchids.
The sweet little flower girl had a white bear with a collar of roses and baby's breath. I have limited pictures this time........
Check out Leslie Gilbert's blog for the post of the wedding and reception at Lancaster Country Club. Be sure and look for Rosie's amazingly beautiful cake. It was beyond gorgeous, and she gave the leftover Buttercream Frosting to Amy. Boy did that make her day...little Hudson's too! Thanks Rosie!!
Can't wait to see and taste what you do for Jessie and Doug's wedding!
Now we have a bit of a break as we meet with couples for the spring, summer and fall seasons.
A little trip to NYC for a big bridal event, the Best of Weddings bridal event at the new Marriott, plus we will be doing a large fundraiser event in May for Brethren Village.
Is it really going to be 50 degrees this weekend? I'll believe it when I see it. Brrrrrrrrr

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