Second leg of Vaca

sorry so drawn out, it has been a busy week! (and weekend for that matter--we are being very productive around the house!) So here are pictures from our time in SF celebrating the union of the Machado's...

Wednesday night when we arrived all of the young people headed to eat Mexican...
Here is Gary (standing next to Annie) and his three brothers, they all live within a mile of each other in San Fransisco and are SO much fun (and have such cute significant others)!

California +Alabama
 Thursday was spent seeing the sights on segways (which I highly recommend)
at Washington Park

down on the water with Ghiradelli square in the background

 oober cheesy
the Cooks

lunch at Gott's

before the Rehearsal dinner

James with the Miller men

The Osborns

with our travel companions

with the bride to be

with the brother of the bride (aka cousin Doug)

 Friday was spent doing more sight seeing, James was insistent on walking across the Golden Gate Bridge...
he was very pumped, I might have complained a few times because it was windy and cool, but in the end I was glad I did it

Friday was the wedding day!

our ride to the wedding and reception

lovely ladies

with mi madre

Debbie (MOB), Doug, and Dick (FOB)
don't you LOVE Debbie's dress?! She looked stunning!

cutest couple ever....I loved her dress and his cowboy boots 
(which all the groomsmen wore as a nod to the groom's family heritage)
Ya'll, I can't tell you how excited Gary was when Annie came walking down the aisle. It was so sweet. He was literally bouncing up and down and grinning ear to ear, he was so happy. It had to touch every single person there's heart and made me feel so blessed to have such a wonderful husband sitting beside me.  

outside the Ferry building where the reception was held

stunning, every detail was perfect. 

and the food was delicious!!

with cousin Roberto

Thanks for such a wonderful celebration Dick and Debbie!!

1 comment:

Caroline Bobo said...

Beautiful people in all the pictures!! Love GREEN on you!! Wear this more often :)