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A Wedding Mosaic for Mosaic Monday

 

My husband and I were invited to a lovely wedding that was celebrated yesterday.  It was a gorgeous sunny day with just a little nip in the air.   The bride was beautiful and she just radiated her happiness.  The dress she wore came from Kleinfelds in New York City.  Do you watch the program “Say Yes to the Dress”.   It is on Friday nights here and I usually watch it.   Anyway, the bride and her family chose the dress there.   It was gorgeous.

wedding mosiac

Black and white was the theme with green and cream accents.  Valerie came out of the underground parking on the way to the reception and twisted her ankle.   Had to sit the night away.  Bummer!!!  Got it wrapped in a tensor bandage today.  

There are many fabulous mosaics to be found at Mary’s Mosaic Monday party.   Join us there.   Have a great week.  Valerie

Comments

LDH said…
Oh, No! I do hope your ankle is feeling better! Maybe the memories of this beautiful wedding and mosaic will help take your mind off of your ankle :)
eileeninmd said…
The wedding photos are just beautiful. The dress looks lovely. Beautiful mosaic.
Lori E said…
Such an elegant theme. Beautiful. Too bad about the ankle twisting though. One wrong step. Ouch.
Hi Val
Sorry to hear about your ankle. The wedding photos you took are nice and I'm glad the weather was cooperating for the wedding.
Judith
Pondside said…
I'm so sorry to hear that you hurt yourself - no fun for you!
Kleinfelds...well I watch that show for fun! Gorgeous dresses.
Dishesdone said…
Beautiful mosaic, gorgeous wedding! Kleinfeld's is amazing. I was there way back when it was in Brooklyn, they treat you like a Queen :)
Snap said…
I love weddings! Such happy beginnings. Take care of your ankle --- no fun!
Looks like a lovely event! How sad she sprained her ankle!
EG Wow said…
OH NO, Valerie! A twisted ankle is NOT fun! Please take care!!
g.suzie said…
I love weddings, the flowers, the dresses, the hopeful anticipation, sorry it was spoiled with a twisted ankle!
GrandmaK said…
It is too bad that she twisted her ankle but they have a wonderful picture gallery if you pictures are any indication. Lovely! Cathy
Bernie said…
Lovely mosaic ... I just loved the black and white wedding cake and the bouquet ... simple but absolutely stunning.
Anonymous said…
Beautiful wedding and mosaic!
Urban Gardens said…
A lovely "twist" on a garden post! Hope you are better, I loved your pics.
Shelia said…
Hope your ankle feels better soon! What a lovely elegant wedding.
Makes for a gorgeous mosaic.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)
Vee said…
Rats about the ankle...baby it for a while.

Beautiful mosaic of a lovely wedding. The bride and groom make such a handsome couple.
I know Kleifeld's from when they first had their store in Brooklyn. I bought my wedding dress there many years ago! :)

I hope your ankle feels better soon, Valerie!
DoanLegacy said…
It must be that time of the year for wedding..Yours is the second mosaic wedding I saw today!

Beautiful!
Bill said…
Your beautiful mosaic really captures the feeling of having attended a lovely wedding! So sorry to hear about the injury -- hope it heals quickly.

Bye for now,
Bill
Sheila said…
I do watch the show sometimes - it must have been a lovely wedding. hope your ankle feels better soon!
Georgianna said…
What a beautiful and classy theme for a wedding. So sorry about the ankle and hope it is back to normal soon. – g

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