|We went to South Carolina for my husband's cousins wedding. It was held at a plantation. It was very pretty. Although it rained buckets almost the entire time.|
|They had to put up a tent so I couldn't get a good picture of the front of the home. It was built in 1875.|
|We all wore yellow. All these pictures were taken with my iPhone so the quality isn't that great. Since it was raining so much nobody could look amazing.|
|The happy couple.|
|Cake cutting time. They had their own little cake and then served tiny cupcakes to the guests. They had lemon, lime, strawberry, and grapefruit flavors. I had lemon and it was good.|
|A view from the upstairs porch.|
|Then it was church on Sunday morning....|
Impressive, a plantation wedding. What a great setting for a wedding, the bride looked beautiful.ReplyDelete
They say if it rains on your wedding day that it is good luck, It rained on my wedding also.ReplyDelete
How fun to have it at a plantation - it looks beautiful even in the rain.
Have fun shopping with your sister.
What a wonderful place for a wedding!!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing the photos...
You and your family looked beautiful. : )
Have a cozy evening!
Too bad it rained for their special day but that plantation is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Looks like a great place to start your journey into married life. Love your pink skirt from Paris Rags. You looked so cute.
Hi AmyJo, what a bummer that it rained for their special day but I'm sure everyone had a great time anyway. The plantation house looks beautiful and I love your pink skirt. Thanks for your visit this morning..Happy Spring Day..JudyReplyDelete
What fun, I feel so bad that it rained all day though! Love your Paris Rags skirt! Have fun with Sis!ReplyDelete
What a lovely old place, too bad it rained on you the whole time. Love the pink lace skirt!
Love you always,
Well, at least rain is good luck during a wedding ;)ReplyDelete
Your outfit is really cute! I hope you had fun on your trip :)
Love your pink skirt, Amy Jo. :)ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your marriageReplyDelete