Thursday, September 19, 2013

A Family Affair - two more photos

We have four grown children ranging from age 27 to almost 50. Here is a photo of our youngest, and our only girl, being wed to her beloved fiancé. This ceremony was in the Buddhist tradition, performed by our second son, an ordained Zen Buddhist Priest. The Photographer was our first son who took 1,600 photos, many of which we have not yet seen because he is still working on them. Our third son is the Father of our amazing Grandchildren, and he was on the sidelines coaching our young ring-bearer and flower girl. Front row and center are my Husband and myself, trying not to literally burst with pride. It was a day beyond compare surrounded by Massachusetts Horticultural Society gardens under sunshine and beautiful clouds. We are so lucky, and giving thanks everyday is easy because life does not get any better!


I know this is a bit "off-topic"for my blog, which I devote mostly to creative pursuits. However, I wanted to share it with my blogging friends who have asked about the wedding, and the truth is, I made the ring pillow! 


Next post, back to creating! 

7 comments:

Its All About Creating said...

And that pillow is just gorgeous. So befitting the ceremony. What a beautiful, blessed day you all shared. Wishing them a lifetime full of love.

Penny said...

Lovely to meet your family in such a happy setting. The pillow is beautiful.

Rebag said...

Oh the pillow is simply elegant!! As is the happy couple!! Congratulations to all.....Looks like it was a gorgeous day for the event!...>>>Blessings to you!

Gene Black said...

Congrats to the lovely couple and especially to the mother of the bride - and the minister.

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

What a lovely family...counting your blessings and sharing such precious Joys! They will cherish this with every coming year. Rest and feel the peace in the afterglow. Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Angela said...

What a beautiful day and celebration. Your daughter is a beautiful beaming bride. I love that each of your children had roles on this day, surrouNding their baby sister with love and support.

Jennifer Gail said...

Nice!