Here's a shot of some of Lauren's cousins helping her with her dress.
This picture is pretty cool. If you look at some of the people you'll get a laugh. I think mom was cheering cause she finally got to hold little Sammy, and the fact that she didn't have to worry about her 27 year old son anymore.
The Stock Family (Minus Kim And Sam)
It's a good thing we had a few women from the family with us, or that picture would have broke the camel's back.
The one inlaw Lauren has met. A trip to England is in the making.
The Cox Family (minus Marshall)
This picture got sent to Bridal Magazine. We still haven't heard back.
We served snow cones during the reception. The next picture shows the snow shack that we rented for the day. They were good. Made for some good refreshment during the long reception line.
The snow shack was a hit. I think the wait to get a snow cone was longer than the wait to get through the reception line.
You know... you'd figure that a woman would be able to feed another person without missing their mouth. After all they do have a motherly talent to feed their kids without to much trouble. I guess Lauren has some work to do. I don't think I even got a crumb in my mouth. Luckily I'm not that good at feeding either.
Here is a picture of the awesomely decorated gazebo. It had all sorts of pictures of Lauren and I, but mostly Lauren's bridal pictures. It was cool.
Here's a view of some of the reception place. Just after the sun went down, and just after Lauren and I got in the car to leave it started to rain. It made for a quick clean up.
Thanks to all who came, and all who helped!!!