Jeremy and Lillian’s wedding day

On January the 21st Jeremy and Lillian tied the knot, and it was a beautiful day in all respects. It was lovely and sunny (even it if was a bit windy), everything went smoothly and it was just such a joyous day.

Here is the Groom and his Men looking very suave beforehand waiting for the bride. (I have to mention that this bride was on time! Thanks, Lillian! I always think it’s such bad form when brides are late.)

I just had to include the Pursed Lip Club picture. Jeremy Davis obviously didn’t get the memo.

Here they come!

First the lovely Carline:

Then beautiful Rachael:

And then the stunning bride with her dad.

Just look at Jeremy’s face watching Lillian come down the aisle. I don’t think his smile could get any wider, to be honest.

Dad giving away his last daughter.

Isn’t that a cool dress? Check out the detail:

Singing a hymn:

Jeremy saying his vows:

Lillian saying her vows:

Exchange of rings:

You may kiss the bride!

Mr and Mrs Eshelman!

Jeremy Watson (this wedding was just overflowing with Jeremys!) did a great job on the organ, especially with the Widor Toccata as a recessional.

I felt so blessed to be sharing their special day with them and to have a special involvement with helping with doing the flowers (my mum did the ones for church and all the bouquets, I did the ones for the tables at the reception).

I think I’ll stop here, and do the rest of the photos in a few days’ time, otherwise we’re going to have a post with about 50 photos in it and those of you on dial-up will never talk to me again.

6 thoughts on “Jeremy and Lillian’s wedding day

  1. Franci, those are some of the best shots I’ve seen yet! You must have had a good spot, and your camera gives excellent colour. Thanks a lot.

    • Thanks, Mum! I actually had to do a fair bit of light editing of the photos afterwards — Bishopdale’s lighting is so harsh and horrible with those fluorescent lights. I tried to make it look as realistic as possible, but I’m still not 100% satisfied with a number of the shots, though my photo editing programme isn’t super powerful.

  2. I agree with Lois – excellent pictures! Thanks, Franci. And a great job with the table flowers as well. I hope you are getting back to normal after all the travelling and visiting!

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