The classic street sign alerts the visitor.
The Meux Home is a victorian home built by a Civil War era physician. Tours led by the crew include a look at his surgery office, and also some of the latest tech of the early century, like the "gasoliers" (in case you thought hybrid fuel was a new thing), hand-pumped vacuums and other things.
From left: Kat, Kat's Mother Mildred "Mickey" Micarelli, Avery's Mother Carol Colter, Kat's Aunt Marie Micarelli, Avery's Sisters Leslie "Lea" Colter-Anczak (mother of Flower Girl Venus in front) and Valerie, and Avery.
And you know what they say about Giantess lips. Best kissers in the realm!
Earth Day Wedding Cake. Design by the bride herself, baking by Barb's Cakery.
A traditional cord pulling tells who will travel by air, who by sea, and who will be married next.
Cutting to the chase.....
Sharing our first little dessert.
Umm, honey, any more kisses left?
My own little touch, since it was Earth Day, I found some jumbo-size Earth-print balloons at BalloonIdeas.com, and had them worked into bouquets locally. Something blue... and green... and of course, big and beautiful - I have a reputation to uphold after all!
A sidelong view of our wedding party table...
.... where we toasted each other and many other people and things.
Kat was so beautiful in that dress, it was hard to keep my hands off her!
A little peek at the gift shop around back.
We went a little overtime. Since it didn't rain as we feared, everyone wanted to dance and celebrate.
"Something borrowed": As night falls, the maid of honor's daughter Brenda says "This is the only time I'll ever wear one of these". But I'm not so sure about that. ;)
The arch stands watch as the sky darkens and the cleanup begins.