With this Ring …

March 21, 2013 at 6:21 am | Posted in Bun, Giggles, Lollipop, Photo Tuesday | 16 Comments
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To keep your marriage brimming,
With love in the loving cup,
Whenever you’re wrong, admit it;
Whenever you’re right, shut up.
— Ogden Nash

My little ring bearers lost a shoe and forgot their way. My sweet flower girl forgot to sprinkle her petals. And they all went to bed with icing in their hair. The day couldn’t have been more perfect.

What funny things have your children done in family weddings? How do you get buttercream out of taffeta? And why do little boys look so stinking cute in suits??

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“R” is for “with this ring” … See more Rs at Jenny’s.

Jenny Matlock

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  1. OMGsh they are so cute!!!!!!

  2. How lovely.

  3. Beautiful🙂

  4. What a loving and adorable post for R ~ love the photos ~ Enjoy ^_^

  5. What beautiful photos. Weddings are just so perfect to see those cute little ones!

  6. Such cute photos !

  7. I know…when my son was 3 he was a ring bearer and that suit…oh my. Precious.
    Kids at weddings….perfect!

  8. Beautiful!! and congratulations to the newly married couple

  9. ahhh….aren’t kids just the best?

  10. Lovely!

  11. Pictures of the kids are adorable! And so is the Ogden Nash poem.

    =)

  12. Cute poem. Even more adorable pictures of the kids!

  13. Love those cute children! And, the sand. Looks like the wedding was beautiful!

  14. I absolutely LOVE the picture of the kids leaning over the bench. You know … you could be a photography blog. Er … you’re not, are you? You’re a family blog, right?

    • It seems easier these days to find time for messing around with the camera than sitting down to write! Also, I just turned 35 … Maybe my mini-midlife crisis is extending to my blog??🙂

  15. Oh! Absolutely beautiful! I love the way you captured the joy of the occasion without being cliched!

    And now outside, too!

    This was really wonderful!

    Thank you for sharing it!

    A+


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