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Wedding Pictures

As promised- some photos from the wedding. They are mostly of my cute family. I realized that I don't have a single picture with the groom in it! Well, that was the wedding photographers job, not mine. I was there to have a good time and take the occasional picture. Without further ado-
(Such a graceful little girl)
Wait, what's that on top of the cake?
Yes, that is indeed some of my peg people. I made a set for the Bride's daughter Chloe of everyone in their wedding finery and this is where they ended up.
Samuel and Grandpa
I love the look on Ellery's face in this one.
Anna with my flowers and a fake smile.
My skirt in action.
Samuel and Grandma
Uncle Michael-Michael, Ellery, Chloe, Anna, Brendan and Emma. Not a bad looking bunch.
Playing Ring Around the Rosie
So, why was there an Ironman mask at a wedding reception, you ask? Well, they had a photo booth complete with props. It kept the little girls very entertained (and the grownups) plus made for great wedding keepsakes.
Gwen and Samuel


Jennifer said…
Isabelle says everyone is so beautiful. =)
kristib said…
You are totally workin' that purple! And I love the skirt too!
balloongal said…
Congratulations to Gwen.
And Trina, love your skirt.
You have such adorable children.

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