The first thing you should know about the bride and the groom know how to get down. The groom, Brad, works at Marston’s on the main drag of downtown. So they can bring it.
Once we got down to San Luis, we met up with some of JP’s family that was in town. His cousin Scott, brother of the bride was in from Oklahoma. He cracked me up the whole weekend.
|Liz, the bride (cousin Courtney), Scott, the groom (Brad) and JP|
Saturday we spent wandering around downtown, but really it was too hot to do much more than duck in and out of air conditioned shops.
We rode a really cool trolley out to Spanish Oaks Ranch for the ceremony and reception.
The ranch was beautiful – rolling hills with a great view of sunset.
The bride was stunning. And the groomsmen we cracking me up – the highlight was getting the rings out of a Cracker Jack box.
|Love this photo of father and daughter|
As the sun went down the party heated up - Liz and I shut down the dance floor. Also genius flip flops for everyone. My feet certainly thanked the bride and groom for that party favor!
Courtney and Brad, thanks so much for inviting us to be a part of your special day. It was a most excellent party.
|Do you think I could get another piece of cake?|
Violet in Jessica Simpson "Jessica" pump in ivory patent
ps Photos with the white borders are JP's. Without are mine. Notice the difference?