Sunday, July 6, 2008

Last Luke and Andrea Preview (Part 3)

So, I have to say that the colors Drea picked are much more bright and vibrant than this blog gives them credit for. For some reason these particular colors are REALLY getting drained out by blogger when we post them, so you'll just have to check out the real pictures on the website in August. We'll keep you updated on when that will be (or you can ask Luke and Drea).

Let's start this blog out with a story, or a bit of a script if you will to go along with these first two pictures.
Bryan and Leah: Ok, Rick and Peggy(grooms parents) can you please link arms with your son?
(see below).....

Rick: Men don't link arms
Bryan and Leah: Oh really, well then...what do men do?
Rick: This is what men do (puffs up his chest and grabs Luke)
Luke (laughing): What is wrong with you?

Here are both sides of their absolutely amazing family!!! Seriously, everyone made us feel so welcome. We feel like we gained a whole new set of friends. You can tell that they are just so proud of their kids.

Here we have the lovely Miss Makenna who did her job as flower girl with flair, even though she wasn't feeling well.

This handsome guy is the ring bearer Jack. He was such a trooper even though it was a million degrees outside.

Here is Luke's posse of super quality groomsmen. I have to tell you that I have never had the door opened for me so many times at a wedding. Very impressive.

And here are a couple of shots of Drea's gorgeous bridesmaids who are never too dressed up to kick up their bright pink heels and have a little fun.

And last but not least, some beautiful details...Drea's bouquet and the cake. Again, please note to Drea's credit that the colors were gorgeous and bright (not dusty rose like it appears).

Well, that's all I have time for. We're actually heading out to pick up the honeymooners from the airport.
Luke and Drea, you guys know that we love you and wish you all of the happiness in the world. We are here for you if you need anything. Thanks to all of their family and friends who made it such a warm and encouraging experience for us.

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