Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Walking Down the Aisle

Joshua and Abby Kate were in my cousin's wedding Friday night. The wedding was on Vanderbilt University's campus at the Scarritt Bennett Center. It was gorgeous! Both Joshua and Abby Kate did so well during the ceremony and they looked absolutely adorable!










11 comments:

alice232 said...

Your children are so photogenic! They look ADORABLE in these photos. Your photograpy is perfect. Happy Birthday to Jackson this week!

Alisha said...

Wow! What great pictures. I love the last one of just Abby Kate. Her smile and the lighting are just perfect. I know you are so pleased with how they all turned out!

jenna said...

Your kids sure are wedding pros!! And those pictures are just fantastic!

Jamey said...

They are beautiful! AK's dress is gorgeous! Joshua is such a little stud in his tux.

THE MORROW FAMILY said...

Awww...sweet! They look so cute! I love Abby Kate's dress! :) That last picture of Abby Kate and Joshua is PRECIOUS!

Anonymous said...

Is Jackie your cousin? My husband and I know Josh (her new husband) VERY well. He grew up in Greenbrier where we live...we share many friends. Small world isn't it!! All of your children are beautiful! I always enjoy your posts.---from Cara Priestley Kelly

Sunny said...

Hey Cara! I am so happy to hear from you! Yes, Jackie is my cousin and she married Josh. Their wedding was gorgeous! It really is a small world. I hope that things are going well with you!

Jess said...

They are absolutely adorable! Love the site of the wedding. Georgeous! Looks like a special moment they had together!

Following Him said...

BEAUTIFUL pictures!!! Abby Kate's hair is beautiful too :)
~ELyse

brooke said...

Your pics are so cute! What a neat place to have a wedding. Do you love your camera as much as I do??

laura said...

Sunny, the pictures are beautiful. I just saw Karens at Bonco the other night and thought that is what these were. They are just beautiful and do a wonderful job in the weddings they have been in. I know you are proud.