Tuesday, December 16, 2008

My Baby Brother Got Married!

I've gotten a few e-mails asking me where I have been... here is a quick pictorial shot by my hubby to highlight the wonderful event last Thursday!

Here is my brother dressed as a penquin... I think it is fitting he chose to get married dressed as a flightless bird as the wedding was at Walt Disney World. He fit right in with the other cast members.

And he's actually not that tall, he's standing on my suitcase.



Here is the Wedding Pavilion at Disney.



I officiated. Here I am walking to the altar.



Here is my brother giving the vows he wrote. He is crying and he is making me cry. It's the whole sibling thing -- he cries, I cry. He laughs, I laugh! I'm sure you understand.



Here are the two princesses of the day! Both are so beautiful! (But only one has glass slippers...)



And speaking of Cinerella -- check out this dessert!!! A white chocolate mousse filled shoe! (Much better than glass, if you ask me.) And that castle pattern on the plate? Some sort of wicked awesome chocolate stamp!



Dessert AND CAKE! My kind of wedding!!!



And the day after... I am morphing into Minnie. No big surprise there...



Happy Holidays to all of you!

6 comments:

alamodestuff said...

How lovely!! Congratulations to them! And many happy years!

Jennie said...

What a fabulous post! I'm so glad you've been busy with something so wonderful. I'll bet you were an amazing officiant- you sure looked gorgeous in that dress. Congrats to your baby brother, and to you :)

shiborigirl said...

Hey Kelly! I was wondering what you've been up to. This looks like a wonderful wedding - love the slipper dessert!

Have a lovely Christmas Holiday,

Kate

bobgehman said...

Hi ya, Kel,

Your mom and I just got home from Key West late last evening. I finally got around to checking my e-mail this afternoon, and your pictorial blog was one of the first messages I opened.

Kudos to you and Skippy for the neat pics and accompanying descriptions. Thanks for sharing.

And all who weren't at the wedding need to know you did an absolutely awesome, terrific, fantastic job in officiating the nuptuals.

I hope to have many wedding photos of my own to show you next week during your Christmas visit.

Love to you and the Skipster,
Bob

Anonymous said...

Hi Kel...Great reprise of the wonderful wedding. It made me cry all over again. Joelie cries, Kel cries, AJ cries, It's a family thing!!!
Love to you and the photographer! AJ

13 Delancey Street said...

These are lovely -- and you are too cute! And multi-talented :-)