All the preparation and the wedding is over. I will be sharing many pictures, this next set is the hours right before the guests arrive and the festivities start. Here is how all those flowers ended up. The Dads have a wonderful succulent garden. Three months ago they planted 22 pots, which gave them time to get established. Yoch found these jars at Michaels’ and as you can see, what a great way of marking the table number. Candles wrapped in burlap and rocks, each with a saying or image on them.Everyone got their own rock with their name and table no. At the end of the evening most were left behind. They will end up recycled into the landscape at camp.Here we are in all our finery. No I did not make the dress! I bought it at a vintage store, Playclothes in Burbank. That stretch of Magnolia Blvd has some excellent stores. I have never seen anything this green! It’s from the 1960s’ and is some kind of polyester. I love the shawl collar and the pin! Such a simple vintage piece.Last year’s wedding couple already have a baby bump! Nice thing about having a wedding at camp, who doesn’t love a swing?Grandkids put on their fancy clothes. Aytan didn’t take the bow tie off all evening, Shira lost the flower quickly.Signing the Ketubah, Jewish marriage contract.Walking the groom down the aisle. Yes, grandson with Spiderman were part of the procession.Under the ChuppahThey are married!
With some of the girlfriends.
We will get professional pictures soon, but I so excited. Had to share what we have right away!Leah