You have to click on the words "Check us out!"
I really like the one of the girls on page 131! I don't think I had seen that one.
Very very nice!!! That's a great magazine...
Those Photos are absolutely amazing!! That photographer must really know what they are doing! Or they just got lucky.....That was a really fun day, thanks for sharing the link...
Hey Amy-It was fun to read about all the details of your sister's wedding. One thing caught my eye...the caprese skewers from the cocktail hour. Are they what I'm imagining them to be? Small balls of fresh mozzarella and grape tomatoes with maybe a bit of basil on a skewer with basalmic vinegar and olive oil drizzled on top?I love caprese salads and am hosting a bridal shower later this spring, so thought this might be a hit! Please correct me if I'm wrong...
Ed - you crack me up. :)Chicagogoebel - That is precisely what they are. I can probably hook you up with an actual recipe, but I don't think they're any more complicated than that. Amy
It's a nice write-up. Thanks for the link. But I can't help cringing that Jim is identified as the bride's father rather than as her stepfather.
Anon - I just re-read it twice, and it doesn't call Jim Megan's "father" anywhere - it refers to Denna and Jim collectively as her "parents," which is accurate.I think I can safely say that all three of us consider our "parents" to include Denna, Bob, Jim, and Susan, as they have all had parental influences on us for most of our lives.The divorces of the 70s, 80s, and 90s have created a lot of etiquette dilemmas for my generation to deal with, but we do our best to handle them sensitively and with tact.Amy
Sorry that the Wireless will take 2 hrs to download all. I'll have to check it at your house.(someday wireless will be faster, right?)
I loved the article, so beautifully written! I am sure everyone will love to go back and re-read the article from time to time, and reminisce about what a phenomenal wedding it truly was. I am so glad I was there to witness it! XOXO
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