The wedding was Saturday @ 5 PM and in the early afternoon it was time to get dressed up and get over to The Hunter House.
We got to the Hunter House about 3:30 PM with plenty of time 'for contingencies' in case something didn't go according to plan. But it was all looking good, and we wandered around and took some pictures as everyone else was arriving.
The tent was packed to capacity with 100+ guests and they had to bring in more chairs to get everyone inside. It was a wonderful, joyous event with family and friends from all over: a good friend of theirs flew in from India, friends and family came from Philadelphia, Boston, out West and many other places.
We got to meet them and it was just one great moment after another. We had a lot of pictures and here are a few:
Meghan's parents and Brad with Adam and Melissa.
Another picture of the twins:
The donut bits were a bit hit and we had some great food with all we could eat!
We stayed and talked to a lot of people and didn't leave until about 9:30 PM then went back to the campground.
Sunday morning we said goodbyes at the Hyatt House before folks returned home.
It was one of the most supportive, family, friendly, and generous times we've had in a long time. And as far as I know everyone had a good time.
We learned a lot about the Jewish wedding ceremony and some traditions. Most of all, the bride (The bride is always beautiful!) and groom were very happy. It all came off very well and we have some new and renewed friendships, great memories and lots of smiles over the events of last weekend. We couldn't be happier for Melissa and Adam.
Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!
Nice pics! Looks like you guys had a great time.ReplyDelete
What a lovely venue that place was! Your photos were wonderful, the bride stunning, the groom very handsome!! Blessings!ReplyDelete
Wow, congratulations to the happy couple. They look beautiful. So glad that everything went well. I love the idea of the food trucks, that is just too cool.ReplyDelete
Looks like great fun with some really creative ideas. Never would have thought of the food trucks. Such a lovely couple and a lovely family, too. Nice posts, RandyReplyDelete
congrats to the happy couple!!!ReplyDelete
what a great idea with the food trucks!!!
Congratulations to the happy couple!
Very nice post.