Shawn and I got to take a family trip up to Seattle in July. (That's how far behind I am in posting blogs). We hung out with my family and sister who was about to have the first boy in our family. Lord knows my dad has been praying for this day. Here's a family portrait. We have a hard time taking serious photos in our family.
We played Wii for the first time and had a blast.
Elijah Gabriel Stewart was born after my sister spent 26 hours in labor and then had to have a cesarian. Is there any wonder why I don't want to have children any time soon? ouch!! Here are a couple of photos of my beautiful nephew Elijah.
Shawn and I also got to take some random photos of ourselves. We don't have many because we're always to busy taking photos of other people, but I thought these were pretty cool. Now we have some photos.
Friday, September 12, 2008
These two are awesome. It's hard to forget a name when on the first meeting they introduce themselves and say, "Just remember, Michael Jordan." Their wedding was so classic and elegant. She was pristine in a Vera Wang gown and he looked so classically handsome. The wedding was held at the First Presbyterian Church in Panama City and the reception was at the Visual Arts Center. It was cool, modern, industrial, and very chic. Larry Paul Catering did a fabulous job with the flowers and the food. The coolest part was when Jordan's brother caught the garter and his girlfriend caught the bouquet. We all know the tradition, right? The guy who gets the garter has to put it on the gal that caught the bouquet. Well, in the process of this great tradition, he got down on one knee and proposed!!! How exciting! And we got it all on camera so that she could relive the moment over and over again. It was all very sneakingly planned by Jordan's family. What an awesome bride to share her amazing and special day with her brother and his, now, fiance. Boys, learn from this and make some plans to capture your popping the question on camera. *wink* It was great and we had such a wonderful time. We wish you guys all the best. Here are our favorites.
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
There are just some people that are oozing with love for each other and these two were like that. Shannon and Joe were kind, loving, very soft spoken, and so in love. They were so sweet to us and their wedding was so intimate. Their ceremony and reception were in traditional Hawaiian style and held at A Highland House which is so quaint and cozy. Tammy's amazing team at The Eventful Planner did such a fantastic job planning and coordinating the entire thing. Check them out. They are awesome. Bella Flora did the flowers. Margie and her team never cease to amaze me. Here are some of our favorites.