I love how each of our daughter’s weddings have reflected their personalities. So even though, this was our 3rd wedding in as many years, Nic and Audrianna’s wedding reflected their artsy, creative and fun tastes.
Audrianna had a vision for their wedding and she did an amazing job of planning and executing a vintage theme for the day. She asked Alison, a friend and mentor of hers (and the writer of Stuff and Nonsense Blog) to help coordinate the reception and as you will see in the photos it was perfect.
Nic & Audrianna’s deep desire to bring God glory through the ceremony was very evident – from the music to parent’s prayers to the communion they shared. It was a testimony to how God brought them together, worked in their lives and how they long to serve Him throughout their lifetime.
“First Look” (photo by Roger Obley, Photographer)
This has been their Pastor since they were both in grade school (his lovely daughter Megan was in the wedding). It was very special to have him perform the ceremony.
Of course, there were many sweet moments including…
A very special little boy who did a GREAT job carrying his sign.
The Bridal Party – each girl’s dress was different and I love how the guys all have their shirt sleeves rolled up.
Nic & Audrianna’s Reception was a perfect way to celebrate their marriage…
Photo Collage by Alison at Stuff and Nonsense
Don’t you love this cake – it was done by a good friend of ours who owns
Celebrating Marriage Dance
(photo by Roger Obley, Photographer)
Instead of the bouquet toss, they honored marriages by hosting an anniversary dance. All married couples danced until the number of years they were married was called (Bill & I danced to 30 years). The last 2 couples dancing were my parents (married 58 years) and a couple from our church (married 61 years). Audrianna then presented her toss bouquet to that couple. Very sweet.
And of course, the evening went all too fast and it was time for the newlyweds to leave – they left in sparkles and lots of smoke (my husbands said it looks like a bomb went off).
If you want to see more of the amazing day – please click to their photographer’s (Roger Obley) blog at http://www.rodgerobley.com/2012/07/audrianna-and-nic-they-got-married.html. He did an outstanding job of capturing the day.
God is so good!