Through My Lense

These are the photos I took on my camera, as I sat on the pew at the back of the Church, catching my breath after having successfully gotten everyone down the aisle at the right time and in the correct order. :)

Sarah holding the bride’s bouquet


Bride, Groom, and Pastor (my father-in-law)
I love how Jake and Rachel chose to face their guests during the ceremony, with the pastor’s back to the congregation – except here when he is about to announce them…


Aunt Joanna holding my girl during the ceremony
this picture shows the pew ends – I was so excited to actually get to decorate real pews! In the end, it was my friend Katie who tied on the posies – it was awesome to have her last minute help.


Abbey, Sally, and Sarah.


I told you this was MY view – my boy in the foreground, hanging out with Grandma in the second-to-the-last pew. :)
Jeremy is still working on getting his photos on the ‘puter – it takes about an hour to empty just one of his memory cards, and he has been working 7 days a week. So, we must be patient for a while longer…

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