Sunday, March 11, 2012
I took many pictures at my son and my daughter-in-law's wedding--here's just a few. People stopped to watch from the Cayucos pier. The bride's aunt did a wonderful job officiating the ceremony. After the posed pictures, we were served some delicious food which included sausage made from elk meat straight from New Mexico, thanks to the bride's family who hunted, packed and shipped the meat to the caterer, a deep water fish, Mong Chong was caught off the coast of Hawaii, which was deeply frozen and shipped overnight by a friend of the groom's family, an outstanding wedding chocolate mousse cake and a fruit topped cheese cake made by friends that drove nine hours with both desserts. Guests traveled from all over, some drove, some flew and some were lucky to live close by. We all danced into the night. It was a grand party!
Up next, I want to post about the photo booth!