Tuesday, November 11, 2014

A Photo or Two, I just have to share

LOVE.

Labrier Photography: Kyle & Trista Joyce &emdash;

There are more to share, but this is a moment I will never forget.

Part of the photos are finished and the album can be viewed (for now) by clicking on the photos.


Labrier Photography: Kyle & Trista Joyce &emdash;



12 comments:

Doris Rice said...

Wow, what a beautiful bride!!! Thanks for sharing the pics!

Carla said...

So pretty! Both of you ; )

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Great pictures! You are both beautiful.

Vickie said...

What a beautiful picture of the special Mom and daughter moments ! I'm about to go clicking !

Vickie said...

I love that both her daddy's walked her down the isle and that THEY were facing the audience....bravo on that ! She was stunning and so was her Mama !

Connie said...

Hello Carla, I came here to see your marvelous quilts and here I am at a wedding. She is a beautiful bride, you must be so proud.
This is my first visit and I am already following. Your quilts are fabulous and I know that I can learn a lot from you. I am new to quilting. I have been doing it for a little over a year now. I am amazed at you Tropical Sunset entry . . . very stunning :) I do hope that you will visit my blog and maybe even follow me back. I'm looking forward to becoming great blogging friends.
Connie :)

Kathy said...

A beautiful and handsome family, everyone! Love all the dresses. The sign the ring bearer is holding is the neatest idea! Thank you for sharing :)

Glinda ♥ said...

Beautiful beautiful beautiful! What wonderful memories, thanks for sharing, my friend :)

Carol said...

It looks like a beautiful wedding and such a sweet couple! Thanks for sharing the pics!

Linda said...

What a gorgeous bride!!

Brandy Pettit said...

That was so much fun to look through, thank you for sharing!! I love your daughter's dress, it is reminiscent of mine so made me smile. And her shoes are great!
~Brandy

StitchinByTheLake said...

Carla she is so, so beautiful - and looks just like her mother! blessings, marlene