Julie’s Wedding

Steven and I got to attend the wedding of my long-time friend Julie this weekend. I have known Julie since we were in middle school. We meet at the “Shake Hands with Shakespeare” program run by Mary Schaller. We have known each other through bad hair, questionable fashion choices, and a trip to England, not to mention half a dozen plays.

Julie and Robb got married in Portsmouth. It was a beautiful ceremony and a lively reception. We were so happy to be a part of it.

The ceremony.

One of Julie's uncles played her in on the bagpipes. Another uncle gave her away.

Their friend, Ken, is a pastor. He did such a nice job officiating.

Julie's uncles sang the closing blessing.

We got to drink some wine on the lawn while the caterers re-arranged the hall for dinner.

There was a lot of dancing. Here is their first dance together.

The cake. It was delicious.

Cutting the cake.

One final song from the uncles. This time, Julie's mom was the focus.

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September 20, 2010. Daddy, Mommy, special occasions, trips.

One Comment

  1. sthibeault replied:

    The people I went to England with, and had bad hair with, and made unquestionably bad (fashion) choices with no longer speak to me. Congratulations for getting to the good stuff with each other.

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