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Monday, October 27, 2008

Trip to Rochester, NY

Despite the tired, disgruntled children in the photo, Bobby and I were happy to of finally arrived in upstate NY for Meredith's wedding!

Meredith looked fabulous! And she was surprisingly as calm as a cucumber for it being her wedding day.

All of the colors she and Curtis chose for the wedding were fitting for fall. (Especially for on this blustery fall day!)

This is the Palmyra Temple where they were married. It is small, quaint, and beautiful.

The girls checking out the grounds.

It was great--instead of having a wedding cake, Meredith and Curtis asked a couple friends and family to bring a cake for everyone to enjoy. Then they were decorated with her flowers. We brought the one with the hazelnuts on top. Bringing a cake 6 hours in a car is another story!

We were thrilled to see Tiffany and Jeff there, too. Caroline wanted Jeff to watch her everytime she was on the dance floor.

And of course, Daddy and Caroline taking the cake down!

Talk about moves! I need her to teach me...


Ann said...

How lovely! What a beautiful bride Meredith was! I am so happy to hear she is married! :)

I LOVE that picture of your family together! How beautiful you all are!

Anonymous said...

Great pictures! It was fun to see you guys too.
- Jeff

rebecca and eric said...

Nicole!! This is Rebecca Murray, from our College Park days, I found Mindy LeMieux the other day, and was excited to see your name too! You have beautiful girls and congrats on #3!! Glad you're doing well. We're in Southern Utah County with our two girls, come see my blog www.rebeccaanderic.blogspot.com
See ya!

Christine Mains said...

How fun! WOW! I didn't realize you were driving all the way to Palmyra. That is a long drive, but GORGEOUS!! We drove there last July for Pageant and it was my first time there, and I couldn't get over how beautiful the drive was. I am sure for this time of year it was breath taking.