Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Anniversary

Celebrating three years with my wonderful husband today and taking a bit of a mini-trip this weekend. Will be back on Monday--depending on where our travels take us, perhaps I'll have some cool historical architecture to share! Sorry for the mini-blog-hiatus, but do take a peek at yesterday's post and let me know which stitchery bits I should pick up, won't you?

Some pictures from our eighteenth-century wedding, held the October after we married.

We said our vows on the front porch of a 1790s plantation house.

Recessing under the bayonet arch.

A dear friend made this cake for us--it was amazing! Dark cake with fruit and nuts, but still light and tasty and, clearly, beautiful.

9 comments:

Nicole MacDonald said...

What a beautiful wedding!!

GentlewomanThief said...

How lovely :) Congratulations on the anniversary, enjoy the trip!

Carrie C said...

I love the wedding photos! We're just about 1/2 a year behind you - 3 years in Jan. Be sure to let us know where your adventures take you this weekend!

brownpaperbaggirl said...

Love photos! Have a wonderful time :)

Lua said...

Oh Rowenna- happy anniversary and I love your wedding pictures, they look amazing! :)
Have a great weekend and see you on Monday!

Jill Domschot aka Arabella said...

What a gorgeous wedding! Congrats! Anniversaries are important, so live it up.

Connie said...

Lovely photos! Happy Anniversary!!

Rowenna said...

Thanks so much, ladies! We had a great anniversary weekend!

Carla Gade said...

How wonderful! Your wedding looks like it was an amazing experience. My friend Mary Spencer at http://anhistoricallady.blogspot.com was married in an 18th century reenacting wedding 4 years ago this May. She'll be putting up several posts all about soon. Her site is a treasure trove!