|Private quarry wedding site in Rolla, MO|
Setup for the ceremony was difficult due to rain the evening before and the morning of the wedding. Even with weights, the 20'x20' canopy was blown over twice that morning.
The reception was also held at the wedding site. Swimming, barbeque, and family fun was scheduled for all.
Thankfully, by late morning, the wind and rain stopped in the quarry area. Clouds provided shade but not rain.
|1. An aisle was formed with a navy blue runner and tulle drapery.|
The two, large stones flanking the archway had two white roses
placed on them.
|2. A single, white rose was given to each mother|
and grandmother by the bride and groom
before the reading of the wedding vows.
|3. Three rows of twelve chairs were divided by the aisle.|
Navy blue ribbons were tied on bubble bottles. The bottles
were randomly placed on the chairs.
|4. Reverend Bonham waiting for the ceremony|