The Road not Taken – By Robert Frost
After that it was time for the ceremony. The sun was bright and there were smiles on everybody’s faces as they listened to Guy and Emily’s story, from the broken shower, through the hikes that got them there. Then at the reception, Emily’s father read the poem at the beginning of this post, which I thought was beautiful. And after that, being as nice as they are, Emily and Guy sang and played for their guests during the delicious dinner service, and it was as pretty as it sounds.
Then we stepped outside to get a few photos before the sun was gone, remembering of course to get a few with Emily’s dad’s car.
When the sun was almost gone, it was time to cut the cakes. It was determined people do like carrot cake on weddings (for those thinking about it). And then Pine Barons played the song of their first dance while a friend of theirs sang, and from then on it was just happiness and fun with help from the awesome band, all the way through their last song, and the other last ones that followed.
For more on the awesome and pretty things in this wedding
Venue: Cornwall Inn
Wedding dress: Posh Bridal
Florist: Hendricks Flowers
Wedding Cakes: Sweet Sensations
Band: Pine Barons
Officiant: Scott Rhoades
Caterer: Blue Bartending | Michelle Wolfe | email@example.com
Photographer: Maria Silva-Goyo Photography