Some friends of ours got married on Saturday. The wedding was a mixture of western and eastern ceremony. A few dozen tables were set outside as the bride processed around the audience.
This was one of the most fun Chinese wedding because there was very little smoke or loud drinking and lots of good friends.
Two of the girls were flower girls and Kesed was a ring bearer. By ring bearer, I mean that he held a basket of flowers with the rings thrown in among the petals.
The other ring bearer was MIA until it was time to stroll down the isle. I actually don't think he knew that he was performing this prestigious task. Kesed spent his time walking down the isle and whispering directions to his friend. Kesed carried the rings while I had hot flashes and nightmares of the rings flying out of his basket into the abyss of the dark night.
The girls held the veil and tried not to trip down the stone stairs. They did a fantastic job.
Behind the bride, there was nose picking and dress adjusting, but no major missteps.
They were a beautiful couple who loves the Lord. We are grateful for them and for so many people who came to celebrate them.
Halfway through, Malachi pulled up a stool and sat next to the bridesmaids.
At this point, the doves were released. I think the doves might have been slipped something because they flew drunk. They flew into each other and dive bombed tables. It was fantastic.
Here's Selah with one of the poor dizzy birds. We are grateful we got to be a part of their day and thankful for what the Lord has done in them both!