Here we are entering the private gate. Everything is so green. We passed 3 deer, one armadillo and some cows on the way:
I love it! They even left the big gun rack on...in case any guests got out of hand...just kidding! I imagine it was for all of the critters but thankfully I didn't see one. Remember? We left the my weapon of choice, the suburban, at home (see Friday's post if you are totally confused).
This is the bride's son. He was the cutest ring bearer. I wish that you could hear him talk; he has the best southern drawl.
I couldn't wait for Mr. Incredible to pull over, so I just shot this picture through the dash. The house is over 100 years old.
I was trying to not be obnixious about taking pictures but I could have taken 100's! This home is gorgeous. Here is the last photo of the house that I took discretely. I loved the rocking chairs on the back porch. I can picture sitting there drinking sun tea with fresh slices of lemon and having great conversations. Can't you?
I had a little family photo shoot on the river before the wedding started that I will post Tuesday. Ya'll have a blessed day!