Sunday, October 2, 2011

Wedding Bells

While I was holding down the homestead this weekend William was in Indiana. His daughter Melissa was married yesterday, She and Jai had a beautiful outdoor wedding (where her mother officiated)  before heading inside for a delicious dinner reception. And then the very special moment that made a dad very proud, the dance with dad. ( going have to fuss at him for taking his jacket off LOL)

. William didn't know this was going to happen and believe me when I say it was a hard secret to keep. I was so excited for him you would of thought I was going to be the one dancing. Congratulations Melissa and Jai! Thank you for the sweet message Melissa. Viewing all the photos made me feel a part of your special day.

8 comments:

Buttercup said...

Beautiful pictures! Congratulations and good wishes to the young couple.

Maple Lane said...

Beautiful photos. Best wishes to the newlyweds.

Granny said...

Those are great pictures of William and his daughter together.

goatpod2 said...

Congrats to Melissa and Jai!

Amy

WeldrBrat said...

WOW!! Talk about an absolutely beautiful Bride! Her gown was gorgeous - and just perfect!! They both look like a beautiful pair! And Dad looked like he held up pretty darn good! Not easy handing a daughter over to somebody else.

PEA said...

Hi sis, it's been much too long since I've visited...I was in such a funk after my sister in law's funeral, I didn't even blog all week or visit anyone. Today I gave myself a talking to and am back to blogging! lol

Congratulations to the new bride and groom!! Love the picture of William dancing with his daughter, such a special moment indeed. She looked absolutely beautiful in her wedding dress.

Love ya sis xoxo

Joycee said...

Best wishes to the new couple! What a beautiful bride and that dance with Dad will be a happy memory her whole life!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Peggy, What a gorgeous bride --and daughter. I'm sure that William was very proud of her/them... Love seeing him dancing with his daughter... Neat!!!!!

Hugs,
Betsy