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Wedding Pictures

Since Christmas, we have had so much going on in our lives!  Grandchildren on the way and my youngest daughter's wedding took over our lives.  The wedding was yesterday and I wanted to share a couple of pictures.  She had a wonderful photographer - I can't wait to see all the pictures!!!

Here is a candid shot someone took before the wedding that I just love:

It was a wonderful weekend and the happy couple are on their way to Key West now. 

Thanks for dropping by!  Hugz


  1. Congrats to your beautiful daughter and new son in law! They make a lovely, lovely couple.

  2. Very glad to see the wedding pictures, she is looking so beautiful...he is handsome too..God bless the new couple
    - samir

  3. She looks so beautiful, and happy. I'm so glad that the weather was good.

  4. Beautiful Bride and groom Nancy!! So happy it didn't pour down rain for the wedding! Love your pictures dear friend!

  5. Beautiful pics & a gorgeous bride, Nancy! So glad it didn't rain!

  6. Such a beautiful bride!! So glad the weather was co-operative for the special day!!

  7. Beautiful photographs Nancy, she looks gorgeous!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

  8. Your daughter looks absolutely beautiful Nancy, they make a lovely couple.
    I hope you all had a wonderful day.

  9. What gorgeous photos Nancy!! Your daughter is beautiful and yes, our children always seem to take up our lives no matter what stage it is they may be in at the time!! LOL!! Congrats to you all!! HUGS

  10. Such a beautiful bride! All the best to her and her new husband!

  11. Congratulations on the wedding, and thanks for sharing the photos of your beautiful daughter! Wishing her (and you) much happiness always!

  12. Congratulations to the happy couple your Daughter looked so beautiful
    Kevin xx

  13. Congrats again and what a handsome couple they make.

  14. oh wow beautiful photos Nancy and huge congrats to your stunning daughter and husband ;D

    xx coops xx

  15. Great photos adn yoru daughter looked gorgeous. Love the last one with all the "poof" of the dress around her :)

  16. Beautiful photos of your daughter and the wedding party. Congrats to all!


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