Saturday, January 24, 2015

Susan and Javier

The weather was changing all the time so we crossed our fingers - and it was lovely.

We discussed the words to be shared and discussed how it would be presented - Words were read by a member of their family. 

We were ready to go and as the groups organised themselves the bride arrived quietly at the back of Panwa House.

The party continued at the front...

The flower girl was happily with the bride whilst we waited for others to arrive. Dad was ready...

The doors opened and the bridesmaid walked out, I don't recall where the flower girl was now but it was peaceful and mum walked out on the beach first

 - Susan followed with her father...

Readings were done by a brother and a motherSmall jokes were made - for Susan and Javier - this was what made it their special day.

We all moved to sign the paper.

We then moved back to Panwa House to open the bottle, cut the cake and then have some more photographs taken.

Congratulations Susan and Javier.

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