Saturday, October 25, 2008

Bridesmaids Luncheon

It must have taken a long time for us to fix the quiche!

How long has it been now, since I posted the rehearsal pictures?!

Brooke, Lovely Hostess of the Bridesmaid's Luncheon

Brooke's Glitzy Jelly Heels
I loved these!

The Setting For The Yummy Luncheon

The Bridesmaids and One Special Flower GirlThe Bride's Place
Take a look at the box. It will hold the cards and greetings brought to the wedding. Wouldn't this make a lovely present to give to a bride and groom or for any kind of shower. Bet we could all come up with some pretty amazing altered boxes! Susi, aunt of the groom ,created this one for the couple, Jared and Beth.
Can you tell what the flower theme for the wedding might be?!

Special Table for the Little Ones

Now, I thought you might enjoy a short tour of part of the setting-
I know I just love visiting other people's homes.

This is the home that goes with the barn!
View From the House to the Outside Living Quarters

Keeping Room off the Kitchen

The PoolView to Backyard
The Master Bedroom

Master Bath
And Oh Yes, the Floor is Heated!

Window View From the Bath-
Do you see that barn?

Let's Go Upstairs

The View From the Landing Looking Down at the Living Room

Shelby wants to show you her room!
A Room Fit for the Princess She Is!
Kids Bath Between Bedrooms

Brother Noah's Room

Airplane Light Fixture.

Girl's Side of the Playroom

Adult's Playroom

Theater Area of Adult Playroom
The Bride off to Prepare for the Evening of her Dreams!

Suzi, Mother of the Groom and Me After Luncheon
After Thought- Yes, the family is well deserving of this fairy tale abode!



Sweet Sage said...

wOw! Can't imagine living in such a fabulous place! I see why you stayed so long! Of course, you know that my favorite part of this entire post is those luscious pink roses??!!! :)

Garden Girl said...

Thank you, CeCe for sharing these beautiful photos. I, too, love looking at other people's homes. This one was right out of magazine. And what I wouldn't give for a red barn outside my window.

Ezra J. Scott said...

Come see me when I arrive@