The Friday before this wedding it was like the Scottish moors outside, that cold grey dreary rain that makes you question the existence of the sun and the blue sky.  However by noon Saturday, the clouds had broken up, the rain dried up and the sun shone through only to be backlit by bits of blue.  I could ramble on about how gorgeous the bride was, or how choked up the groom got, but it would only detract from the beauty of the best day ever.C&E (5 of 68)  C&E (18 of 68)C&E (7 of 68) C&E (20 of 68) C&E (27 of 68) C&E (32 of 68) C&E (64 of 68) C&E (84 of 44) C&E (99 of 44) C&E (102 of 44) C&E (108 of 44) C&E (169 of 75) C&E (202 of 52) C&E (250 of 55) C&E (253 of 55) C&E (258 of 55) C&E (269 of 55) C&E (279 of 55) C&E (282 of 55) C&E (290 of 55) C&E (301 of 60) C&E (313 of 60) C&E (339 of 60) C&E (381 of 54) C&E (392 of 54)

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3 thoughts on “::Chris&Elizabeth::

    • She switched to the chucks after the fact, it’s the first pair of shoes he bought her.

      The bouquets were made from bits of fabric from El’s outfits as a kid and other pieces of cloth leftover from various projects over the years that have family meaning. Which only made them that much more sweet.

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