Wednesday, October 14, 2009

The Wedding of Miss Ariel and Mister Joshua

Finally......the BIG day came. Last Saturday to be exact. I thought it would never come at the end. I was ready for it to happen. Then the day before...I was a bit concerned as to such things like..."how does this all happen and how will I feel" and those sorts of questions a Mama has.

But the time came and the wedding was beautiful and so was the Bride...and of course the Groom was dashing and handsome.

Here now are a few "random" photos that a friend of Joshua's took.
The actual Wedding photographs aren't back in our hands from the photographer yet.
So these will have to sufice for now.



The "Kiss"
"Mr. and Mrs. Davis"
The New Happy Couple
The Mother and Dad of the Bride getting ready for photos with the Newlyweds.
The Bride and her Mother and Father
All of our Mahan Clan with Joshua and Ariel and my sister Jenny and her children
More of the Bride and Groom


Joshua and Ariel during the reception
Cutting the cake
Ben our good friends son from Florida and Ariel
Ben and his Daddy...our good friend from Florida who helped do part of the wedding service and the worship music during the service.

Did I mention that my husband performed the service?? He walked our little girl down the aisle....our good friend Donnie did the "who gives this woman to this man thing" to which my husband answered "her Mother and I" then Donnie left that position and my husband took over.

It all was so wonderful and a bit like a blurr now. We can't wait to see the video's from the wedding.

The Honeymooners are off on a 7 day cruise to the Caribbean.

The family from Iowa went back home this past Monday, and the friends from Florida went back home this past Monday...one guest who was our "video guy" came in from Kansas City, leaves back for there tomorrow.

Now....I say to you all..... who needs a cruise?? I think my husband and I do except now we are broke. HA!
Now I need to get a REAL job.
Let me know if you know of any here in the Baton Rouge, area.

9 comments:

My Vintage Studio said...

I had been waiting for photos!
The event was beautiful but not as much as the bride and groom.
You can rest now...
Thank you for sharing your wonderful photos.
Hope you have a wonderful week.
Hugs, Sharon

Southern Touch Catering said...

Oh, Joyce these are so pretty. And you look great too. What a pretty venue! I'm so happy for you that things went so well. Now to get your home & life back in order- mine has almost gotten there! Love Ya!

sister sheri said...

Congratulations to the Mother of the Bride!

Ms.Daisy said...

Joyce,
The day comes so quickly and passes! The photos of you and your family are wonderful and the pictures of Miss Priss and her handsome groom are absolutely gorgeous! ...AND YOU SURVIVED! God Bless you and your family and may you all enjoy good health and prosperity!


Hugs,
Jean

Marsha said...

Yes, I was fortunate enough to be there. All Joyce said is true and then some.....a beautiful meaningful day for many beautiful souls. Joyce, your detailed efforts were evident, the ceremony was poignant, the food was wonderful, the made-for-each-other couple can look back on a perfect day, which is as it should be. Love you, Marsha

Alison Gibbs said...

JOyce how happy the bride and grrom look. Such a special family wedding.
It is a strange feeling when it is over - apart from being broke!!LOL, it seems a bit flat as we have been pouring all our energy into that one event.
Alison

Susie from Bienvenue said...

What a beautiful bride!!! We are going to have to do lunch to catch up...my treat..hehe!

Denise said...

Beautiful wedding.. It has been a long time coming... You did a wonderful job and that empty nest will fill up quick.. I so remember those feelings.. New things to come in your life.. New adventures.. and there is ALWAYS your blog and the gals that love to visit..

Charlotte said...

Looks like an absolutely beautiful wedding. Love the photos.
Charlotte