I am still on cloud 9 from last weekend when my oldest married the love of his life!
We traveled just over an hour to the beautiful quaint town of Ridgefield, CT. The town was something out of a novel set in the New England area.
The children are no strangers to hotels these days and the Hampton Inn in Danbury did not disappoint!
Our two girls wore matching dresses from Tahari and Zachary wore his first suit coat and tie. They were so excited for this day to come!
I wanted to say something at the reception but every time I started putting pen to paper, I would start to get this lump in my throat and tears rolling down my eyes.
I decided I needed to make it a humorous speech...worked out perfect!
This picture makes my heart SING! Thank you Jesus for my four children and their relationship with each other. Aren't the flowers in the background beautiful...the entire garden area was breathtaking.
At their request, keeping most of their special day private, I am sharing just a few pictures. This picture of them right after their exchange of vows was perfect...the perfect happy smiles on them both! The flowers were beautiful and the attention to detail was impeccable. Kerri even had the children's table (all cousins) all decked out with stuff for them to do.
Dancing...eating...fellowship...some champagne toasts...it was PICTURE PERFECT!
Back to school.....
We are finally getting back to our full time school schedule next week and the kids are less than excited...the summer schedule has done them well!
We have one more camping trip coming up next weekend and soccer practices and gym classes keeping our nights busy. Fall crockpot cooking has started and I am hoping for our first fire in the fireplace soon!
If you missed my post on the new Kiwi Crates and the different age levels they are offering now, you must check it out! Perfect Christmas Gifts!
Enjoy your day and be blessed!
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