To Have & To Hold

I can hardly believe it’s been almost a week since that special day. Last Saturday my son, James and his wife were married and it was the most beautiful day. To see them both so happy together made my heart so full with joy. All of their siblings on both sides were in the wedding party and such a beautiful day and celebration of love & family.

I had a very small hand in the wedding prep being the mother of the groom, but was thrilled to create a few digital projects for them. The above word art is one I created for them. A surprise for Shannon actually. It was framed 18×24″ and is for their new home but it decorated the wedding reception as well.

Trying to enjoy the day and keep track of my smaller children, the ring bearers, I ended up not being able to pull out my good camera and so, have very few pictures to date. The above photo is a quick snap on my phone, taken shortly after the ceremony.

I’ve also been begging and borrowing photos from family and friends while we wait for the professional photos to come back. My sister-in-law Elizabeth took this one. I think they both look stunning.

Once again, James & Shannon, I wish you every joy and blessing!

6 Responses to To Have & To Hold

  1. Beautiful couple! Shannon’s dress is simply gorgeous.

  2. congrat’s on enjoying the mother of the groom day…….. lovely
    ava g

  3. they are both simply radiant! may their lives grow with love, each and every day! :)

    thank you so much for sharing these photos with us. :)

  4. I love the chalkboard art! And the dress is stunning. Kinda modern and vintage at the same time! My sister is getting married in two weeks and I wish I was in the wedding party. Makes me sad but she s been in so many weddings she’s sick of them being the last to get married of all her friends. Only a maid of honour and a best man. That’s it. So I have to suck it up and try to have a good day anyways.

  5. very handsome groom and beautiful bride, Congrats!

  6. Congratulations to the beautiful couple!

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