Chris' boutonniere was made from one of the roses from Becky's bouquet. Becky looked so pretty. Her bouquet of pink and ivory roses contained scattered rhinestone sprays. They looked wonderful with the rhinestones that edged her veil and lovely gown.
My beautiful niece Sarah, Becky's sister, was one of the bridesmaids. She was the only one who wore her hair down and it looked outstanding. She's carrying a bouquet of pink and ivory roses, freesia, and Ladies Mantle. They really popped against the green dresses.
Underneath all of that hair is my really good looking nephew - Andy, Becky's brother. He was one of the groomsmen.
My mother-in-law looked beautiful. Her dress was so pretty. Hard to believe that she's 82 years old! We made her a wrist corsage of white spray roses and a boutonniere for "Pop-pop" to match.
St. Dorothy's in Drexel Hill is a beautiful church in which Chris grew up. We created very, very full altar flowers in whites, pinks, and greens. If you'll look very closely, you'll see some white peonies in there. Those are from my garden. I wanted to add a piece of "family" to Becky's flowers. We surrounded the two altar candelabras with garlands of greens, white and pink spray roses, and soft satin ribbon. The family rows were decorated with pink hydrangea and bows.
We had a blast at Mendenhall Inn. I took pictures of my daughter and her husband and my son and his girlfriend. However, they turned out really dark, or I would have included them. By the way, my son's girlfriend Kate caught the toss bouquet! I can't wait to see what happens next.