Then we had a wedding take place the next day. This was the marriage of one of our park guests grandchildren. Yup, her grandson married her granddaughter.
It's not as freaky as it sounds, they aren't actually related by blood, but they may have met at a family reunion.
The initial plans were for the ceremony to take place on the "island" which is actually a peninsula but due to the threat of rain (and horrendous bugs) it was held in the pavilion instead. This was a good call since it started to drizzle right after the ceremony was concluded.
I'd been listening to our neighbors, Jim and Kathy, practice for this event. It's always fun to watch the two of them perform.
I used the Lords Prayer music sheet clipped to their stands as the background for this photo.
Did I mention there was a purple and red theme to the wedding?
There were several people blowing bubbles after the bride and groom exited the pavilion and this little girl was just so sweet I had to snap her photo.
I took advantage of following the lady doing the official photos to land some of these shots by the tree and lake.
It is a lovely area for photos here and I recalled with some nostalgia the shots I took of our family last year in the same area.
Then I took the photos and made a collage out of them.
There was an RV named Tahiti parked very close to the pavilion and I wondered if that was where they might be honeymooning. I guess they could then say they honeymooned in Tahiti and it wouldn't be a lie.
Long Live the Queen of Weddings