My sister is married!!! She had the most incredible wedding! Everything was perfect, weather, location, flowers, people, food. Everything! We, as a family were able to gather together for the weekend and have some fun! The cabins were amazing! The kids loved the swings, and the ping-pong table!

On Saturday, the guys went white-water rafting, while we female's had a spa day! Molly needed pretty feet!

Amy, my incredibly talented artistic sister, painted a marriage contract for Mike and Molly! It was amazing! Putting on the finishing touches.

My Grandmother enjoying the scenery.

When the men returned, we not only heard about their trip, they had pictures! It was funny!

Mike and Molly!

The rehearsal dinner.

Sunday, August 10th was the wedding day! Because of my role as bridesmaid, I didn't photograph as much as I would have liked. We left that up to the amazing Regina Holder, who did a wonderful job and I can't wait to see her images!

A few of Molly's preperation

I did, however, have the chance to spend about 15 minutes with Molly before we left the cabins for the farm where the wedding took place. I must say, I was blown away by how gorgeous and sexy my little sister looked! She rocked these images!

Claxton Farms was the site of wedding and it was amazing! The staff did an wonderful job and truly exceeded our expectations!

Studio Flora Diva did a wonderful job with the flowers! They were gorgeous!

Molly looking beautiful.....

...and Mike looking dashing!

The cake! Tiffany was sooo creative and Molly almost cried when she saw it!

My family! Mom... sister Amy... brother Marc and his girlfriend Cherith!

My girls had a blast dancing!

Mom signed the marriage certificate.

Mike pulled off the most amazing get-away ever! He called in a helicopter! As my brother said, he pretty much trumped anything any other guy could do! Everyone was shocked!

Mike and Molly, I am so happy for you! You are off to an amazing start and I pray your life together is blessed and happy! I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU'RE MARRIED!!!!!!!!!

Blessings, Lori