Little sis, I remember the day you were born. Being so excited to have a sister, I remember always wanting to hold you, even though you were huge (still are waay taller than me :). We had our fights, (some true doozies), had our adventures (driving all the way down Sunrise Highway for no other reason than we could), and shared secrets (puh puh :).
I was honored to be your matron of honor, and delighted to capture the moments of you getting ready to walk down the aisle. I’m still laughing about grandma trying to get us all to wear her furs, and dad panicking about getting pictures in his 1960 Cadillac…LOL.
She drove to Poughkeepsie to get her dress (Cracker Barrell!!), ordered custom shoes, and hired a makeup artist…she pulled out all the stops to make this day special for them.
I am delighted to share some of the images of my beautiful sister as the gorgeous bride.
I’m so excited to share in your first married Christmas with your new hubby 🙂
Custom shoes from shoes of prey
I mean, could my sister be more gorgeous?
We then quickly took it outside to grab some shots in my dad’s car, I mean he spent DAYS waxing it so it was camera ready!
I can’t even handle the gorge…
After this, we left in the limo following my dad and the bride to the church. But, my camera stayed home. I wanted to enjoy the day with my family, and my sister hired a capable photographer to capture all the moments after this, (who I will link to as soon as she blogs!).
Congratulations to you both, and like I said in my speech, I’m excited to start families and have our kids have fights, and adventures and share secrets.