I have been hesitant to put wedding photos on the blog, but I have decided that there are only certain photos I don't want public. There are others that I would like to share, so here goes.
These are some of the tools required to make me look good. Yes, there are a lot. And no, I have no idea how to use any of them.
My brothers, not paying attention to the ceremony. Classic. I wouldn't have it any other way.
Getting married can make you very thirsty.
So we didn't get married in Cheers, just upstairs from Cheers in the Hampshire House. But I like to think of it as Melville's. I spent the day before my wedding on a tour of Fenway, got married upstairs from Cheers, took pictures across the street in the Boston Public Garden, and watched the Sox beat the Yanks the day after. Yes people, I love Boston.
My brother Tim is silly.
The bridesmaids and groomsmen looking fabulous.
Sheri, trying to escape.
We were getting our picture taken on the bridge in the Boston Public Garden (while Sheri was stopping people from getting near us, but that is another story) and I kept hearing people talk about a banana man. I turned around and there was a woman in a full banana costume. Realizing that not every couple is lucky enough to have walking human banana in their wedding album, I turned around and asked the banana to be in our photos. Really, does it get better than this?
My sisters and my best friend, I mean numbero uno, numbah two, and pop princess. They were doing a dance all day that ended with the Charlie's Angels pose. There was even a chant. They rock.
My husband is very funny.
My beautiful sisters.
Instead of a guestbook, we asked people to sign baseballs.
My Dad is also very funny.
Ladies and gentleman, if you can think of any reason why this man should be dancing with one leg lifted off the ground, I ask you to speak now.
The flip flops that match our dresses.
Yes, that is my brother. Yes, he is spinning on the floor. It was awesome. So, so, so, very awesome. Just look at the reaction from the crowd!
If you can't tell, our wedding was pretty fun. Well, it was fun for me, but I don't think everyone else was faking.