The minister, the groom and groomsmen await the approach of bride and her father.
Some witnesses teared up right away.
But it wasn't until I noticed Adam shed his shoes to join his barefoot bride; all the while the minister spoke the vows they caressed each other's hands and gazed into each other's eyes, that I teared up.
Adam made both their rings.
Working together seems so natural to them.
Mr and Mrs now.
Bride's sister (matron of honor), bride's father (Billy), Adam, Elizabeth and mother of the bride (Margaret).
The whole-cloth festival quilt I made them. It is denim on the back (yes, that same denim; I figure if it is good for the beach, it is also good for music festivals) and yellow print polished cotton upholstery fabric on front.
It was a great day for love in Monticello, Georgia.
Congratulations to Adam and Elizabeth!
June 24, 2012