Another lovely blending of families happened on Saturday when George and Angelique professed their love for one another in front of about 80 of their family and friends. George and his sons looked striking in their tuxedos with blue and pink cummerbunds and bow ties with matching sneakers. Angelique was gorgeous in an all lace gown. Angelique and friends created all the decorating and silk flowers themselves and the hall looked lovely with every other chair in blue or pink to match the theme colors.
All five children came up for the Unity Sand ceremony. While George was helping little Evelyn, their adorable three-year old, George accidentally hit the very large arch they had made. Rev. Shirley jumped into action and grabbed it before it toppled over off the stage and into the guests. I'm not usually that fast on my feet but all was well after we set it up again.
George and Angelique recited their vows and ring exchange with such sincere love for one another. I love it when the bride and groom are really thinking of the words and meaning them as they lovingly look at each other. No doubt that this is a marriage that is going to last. Love them both and wishing them only the best.