'Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue', lay attached by pin beneath the brides dress as she was escorted on the arm of her son, Garrett, to meet her beau. Tender moments were exchanged between the two of them as the crowd turned to see Linda glowing in a long, romantic dress, with beautiful lace bodice detail. Love and devotion radiated from this intimate wedding held within the beautiful landscaped gardens at The Castleton Banquet & Conference Center in Windham, NH. Nestled on the shores of Cobbetts Pond, vows and rings were exchanged enveloped in gorgeous creative floral design. Linda held a bouquet of memory lane roses, antique hydrangeas and Paco Calla lilies, accented with seeded eucalyptus. Her matron of honor and best friend Lisa, along with her bridesmaid Terri Ann, who is now her daughter-in-law wore knee length eggplant colored chiffon dresses encrusted with beading were complimented by their calla lily and bear grass bouquets.
The groom's face held a constant smile for the entire day and the emotion was openly shown by so many friends and family. Unfortunately, one of Patrick's sons was unable to make the wedding, but Paddy, his other son and best man, congratulated the couple in a heart-felt toast escalating raw emotion between father and son. Glasses were raised in celebration not only for the newlywed couple, but also for Patrick's mom, Gladys as she celebrated her 85th birthday.
According to Patrick's reaction, the cake was heavenly! And the guests got to experience the cake along side a ice-cram sundae bar. Appeciated by all on this hot August evening. Sharing a mutual pastime of line dancing, the bride and groom dancing the evening away adorned in cowboy boots, to their favorite tunes surrounded by fellow dancers.
Wishing you both all the health and happiness - Congratulations!
Floral Design & Linen Accents - Lady Slipper Creations
Cake - Sweet Ideas by Vikki