Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Kaylee and Colton's Wedding Part 3

The Rehearsal Dinner was held at the Chickasaw Country Club and was hosted by Colton's parents, Tom and Missy Ragan.  Wow!  How nice and how beautiful and how delicious was the food!  Wish I had taken pictures of the decorations!!

The conversation around the table with family was special too.

We had fun visiting with family, friends and guests.

Jim (the minister who married them), Colton, Kaylee and Angela (Jim's wife)
Such a sweet picture!

                                          I think I detect a tear or two in Eddie's eyes.

                                                             Pretty, sweet Kaylee!!

The highlight of the Rehearsal Dinner was the kindest, sweetest, most encouraging words the guests had to say about Kaylee and Colton.  I was so blessed!  When your grandchild and her future husband are described as godly Christians, spiritual leaders and how excited they all are to see what God will do with these two young people, how could you not be blessed.  My cup overflows.  God is good!

The next morning there was a Bridesmaid's Breakfast at Paula and Kelly's home.  It was such a special time to visit with Paula, Kaylee and her bridesmaids.  Kelly and Kam left to go to a breakfast for all the guys in the wedding party.  I took a couple of pictures with the girls in their monogramed white shirts (another special touch by Paula).

The hightlight of the breakfast was when one of the bridesmaids ask that we pray over Kaylee.  What a special time!!

Another special touch was the bags out-of-town guest received when they checked in at the motel.

Included in the bags - a bottle of water for each guest which had cute labels with Kaylee and Colton's names on them, a bag of something salty and something sweet, directions to the church and reception.  Of course Paula made them all.  They are much cuter than the picture captured.

[The wedding will be next.]

1 comment:

  1. Wow! How beautiful & very touching! Kay you & Eddie are very blessed. Thanks for sharing the joy you had in the marriage of your precious granddaughter. Pat H