We just got in from Nashville, where we got to attend our nephew and his sweet wife's wedding! It was kind of a wild trip, leaving the day after Christmas and then moving slowly through Arkansas, who had record snowfall on Christmas day. We counted 60 vehicles in the ditch or stuck in the median! But onto the fun stuff:
They got married at a really unique place called the "Factory" in Franklin.
I was excited to get to help out a little the afternoon before by working on this table. My pics aren't that great, but you get the idea...really "pinteresty"- my daughter's new adjective.
This was a really neat divider - made of old doors and windows hanging from the ceiling. They put a table for gifts by it and lots of pics hanging clothesline style in front of it.
Then I helped my nieces do the table centerpieces. I love it when everybody pitches in to make it a great occasion! You can see the room divider better in this one.
Yes, I did actually stick my camera up in the air and take it...for all the family members who couldn't attend to see... btw my college son is on the bottom left - his first time to be a groomsman!
One of my favorites! HA!
One of the things I loved was that they had some home-made sweets in addition to the wedding cakes. Both the mother of the bride and the mother of the groom made goodies - beautiful sugar cookies and cake balls. The guests didn't have to wait for the cake to be cut to get a bite of something sweet. I'm loving this new trend!
Handsome men in our family!