Saturday afternoon we all boarded a chartered bus, wedding gifts in hand, to travel to a very old plantation on the James River.
An hour later we realized that we were in the absolute middle of nowhere....but it was totally worth it :)
(the gift TEN & I gave the grooms)
(TEN and I waiting for the ceremony to begin)
(the grooms - reading their vows)
(the place settings)
**NOW....Because I hate Blogger with a passion, but really want to show you these photos, I'm going to do a grouping of sideways pictures. Please turn your head to the right........
(the grooms coming out of the plantation house)
(the grooms at the alter)
And....now to the left please....
(TEN and I after the ceremony)
Excellent. Thank you :)
We danced into the night, and met so many lovely people. One of the grooms works as a fashion forecaster for menswear, and he travels to Milan and Paris regularly. Some of his friends from Europe made the trip for the wedding, and meeting them was a treat. The NYC fashion crowd was there, dressed from head to toe in black, and then there were their "Virginia friends". We were decked out in plaid, bright colors, etc. Because really...that IS how we do down South, don't you know?
Another lovely wedding weekend behind us, and now it's time to get down to business!!
The Annual Halloween Party is THIS Saturday, and I still haven't got a costume. I have no idea what I want to be, and I'm about to start panicking.