Malachi's Promise "And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to the fathers...." Malachi 4:6

Thursday, October 13, 2011

The New Mr. and Mrs.

Presenting Natasha and Jesse, my daughter and her husband, who were married on Saturday, October 8, 2011.

Sometimes one searches for family history. Other times one is involved in making family history. I've been doing the latter these past few months as I've tailored Natasha's wedding dress (with the help of an expert seamstress) and prepared for a celebration following their sacred wedding ceremony.

Saturday's weather offered a clear, crisp, bright day as its gift to the couple. Inside, the temple presented them with refreshing peace and calm. Family and friends showered them with love as we gathered to support them in the beginning of their new life together.

My family and I wish them all the best!

Photograph is courtesy of Frozen in Time Photography.

11 comments:

  1. Love this Pic. Love her dress! And to think you helped with the alterations (with help I understand)makes everything even more special. Sound like a wonderful day. Again Congratulations!

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  2. Ah, Nancy - I'm so happy for Natasha and you also. It's a divine plan! Sending my heartiest congratulations.

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  3. How special to kneel across the alter from one another and hear those words that bind and seal. Congratulations to your daughter and son in law.

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  4. How great to see your daughter happily married! They look so happy! Thanks for your comment on my grandparents' 100th anniversary! I hope these two have a long and happy marriage too -- and will celebrate their 50th in 2061!

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  5. Thank you all for your congratulations.

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  6. Heartwarming, absolutely heartwarming.

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  7. Thinking about the next generation of your family. Congratulations!

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  8. Congratulations to the beautiful couple! May they have many wonderful years of happiness!

    (They do know that they must document EVERYTHING, right?) LOL

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  9. What a lovely couple! I bet you are so proud of them.

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  10. MAZEL TOV!!
    was he intimidated by the circumstances, or does your daughter seem the stronger/outgoing personality?
    that's what I get here...

    nice dress!!
    :)~
    HUGZ

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  11. Congratulations on your daughter's wedding, Nancy! They look ecstatic -- and so nice of you to drop by on my parents' 69th wedding anniversary blog! Love continues to bloom! BTW, I noticed you and I have several fave books in common-- I just finished Unbroken -- such a story! I can't imagine how those men actually survived such brutality! The Guernsey Literary and potato Peel Pie Society, one of the most delightful books I've ever read. I want to KNOW the main character! Another WWII story, also with its tragedies, but overwhelmingly sweet and SO clever.

    Thanks for dropping by and all the best to the newlyweds!

    from Linda Gartz on November 15, 2011 8:07 PM

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