Friday, October 16, 2009

Weekend Mountain Wedding: The Bridge, Part 1

When Sandie and Ryel arrived that morning, I asked them if they wouldn't mind caravanning down to the lake for our wedding party portraits. I wanted a different setting than the family ones. They both were as eager about the idea as I was. So while the guests were enjoying the cocktail hour, we all jumped in a a few different cars and drove down to Big Bear Lake.

Because I knew I'd also be STARVING by this point, I had asked our caterer to package up some of the appetizers for all of us to eat. Here, the hubs and I snacking on some chicken skewers on the drive down.
After we had curbed our hunger, we started doing a little kissing in the backseat... I can't resist this man I tell you
But we were quickly caught by our photographers who started snapping away :)
Playing with our new rings :)
After driving around a few points on the lake, we decided that the bridge would probably be the best place for the photos. So we all jumped out and started munching on some appetizers of chicken skewers with peanut sauce, smoked salmon bruschetta, and other yummy treats.



So once we were all full, we headed across the bridge and started with our group photos.Some we did regular: Smiling politelyBut the rest we just had fun with...
Next week: The Bridge Part 2 and more

Miss Something? Catch up Here:

Weekend Mountain Wedding: It's All Relative
Weekend Mountain Wedding: A Whole Lot of Love
Weekend Mountain Wedding: We Say I Do!!!
Weekend Mountain Wedding: A Walk Beneath the Pines
Weekend Mountain Wedding: The Procession of Little Black Dresses
Weekend Mountain Wedding: The Clock Strikes Two
Weekend Mountain Wedding: The Dress Comes On
Weekend Mountain Wedding: Fancy Men at Dreamland
Weekend Mountain Wedding: Time to Get Beautified
Weekend Mountain Wedding: Morning Time
Weekend Mountain Wedding: Fancy vs. Not Fancy at the Rehearsal
Weekend Mountain Wedding: The Day Before Weekend Mountain Wedding: Proof That It Did In Fact Happen
All photos by the amazingly talented Sandra Salisbury

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