Six months ago today, Dani married the love of her life. In so many ways, it seems like the wedding was just yesterday. Thank you all so very much for patiently waiting for me to share the wedding with you. There are quite a few photos here, but there were so many, many more that I would have loved to share with you. It was hard to choose just these few.
The wedding was beautiful to see and to experience. Dani and Sean truly sought to glorify God throughout the ceremony.
The reception tables were decorated and the place cards were set.
The wedding cake was simple, elegant and beautiful.
The bride waiting for the ceremony to begin.
Dani choose to be married wearing my wedding dress.
Yes, the price they charge for preserving a wedding dress is definitely worth it!
The bridal room was a busy place.
Here I am helping my oldest granddaughter with the many layers of her flower girl dress.
Not sure why my glasses had slid down my nose.
My beautiful daughters, Corin and Danielle.
Corin was her sister’s matron of honor.
Best friends since they were young girls.
Christina & Dani
Christina joined Corin and Sean’s three sisters as a bridesmaid.
Sean, waiting for his bride.
There was a lot of smiling!
We prayed with and for the bride and groom.
There was a lot of laughter as Pastor Robert shared the story of how their marriage came to be.
So much joy!
These two have such a wonderful sense of humor.
Dani was so surprised when Sean pulled out the breath freshener.
Mr. and Mrs. Holland!
Dani and the flower girls!
All three of my granddaughters served as flower girls in the wedding.
They took the job of sprinkling rose petals along the aisle very seriously.
This is the only photo I have from the wedding with all of my grand babies.
The groom is missing, but everyone else is here.
Aaron, Will and my oldest grandson were groomsmen.
My second oldest grandson was the world’s best ring bearer and was allowed to carry the real wedding rings!
The little girlies, of course, were flower girls.
Please pretend that the two youngest children aren’t crying.
They had been very, very good for a very, very long time, but they’d had enough.
It was a lovely, December evening!
Sean & Danielle Holland
December 29, 2012