Wednesday, 28 October 2009

Doing It in Style

O IS FOR?


















OUTDOORS WEDDING!
This was the glorious setting in Lancashire, where our niece and new husband chose to tie the knot. Afterwards the wedding party traipsed merrily around the reservoir on this memorable July day. Luckily despite the clouds, we did not need the plastic rain ponchos which each guest had been most thoughtfully provided with. Ours are now on standby should the heavens ever pour and catch me unawares at the allotment.

Over to ABC Wednesday for more on the letter O.

15 comments:

  1. What an incredibly lovely "O"! Best wishes to the love birds!

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  2. Congratulations to your niece, and I'm very much for outdoor weddings! Should I ever get married again (ha ha ha ha), I'd love a simple, small, outdoor ceremony.

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  3. A very lovely and creative O!
    Was this wedding in October?
    I too love the idea of outdoor weddings.
    Sherry

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  4. Outdoor weddings are great - IF the weather holds!

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  5. How lovely and wonderful that the ponchos were not needed on that wonderful day! The background view is stupendous! :-)
    Frances

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  6. No rain - that was lucky. Those plastic ponchos must have been a talisman!

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  7. O lovely O. Glad the ponchos were not required, but they are handy to have, for sure!

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  8. Outdoor weddings can be so lovely - as this one was. The rain ponchos were a thoughful touch.

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  9. Oh, I do love weddings. What a beautiful setting. Congrats to your neice!

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  10. Oh, I do love a good wedding! I know that reservoir as my brother lives nearby and we occasionally going walking round there. What fun if we'd have been there on the wedding day :)

    I've had a lovely time catching up on all your posts - you've been to some great places since I last popped in!

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  11. What a lovely setting for a wedding! We also went to an outdoor wedding a few weeks ago in the Great Smokie Mountains in Tennessee. I can see why so many young people are choosing these types of weddings. So far, every outdoor wedding I've attended has missed the rain!

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  12. What a beautiful setting. Glad the ponchos were not needed - how lovely that they were provided though!

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  13. How wonderful!

    We have just returned from a holiday in the US, and one state park we visited was the Valley of Fire. At the Seven Sisters viewpoint, what did we see but a wedding! Stunning place for a wedding and must make for beautiful wedding photos!

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  14. Hi

    I am new to your blog, but now look at it each day before I begin my work day. I am a lover of flowers and your blog is filled with elegance, information and heart. thanks for starting my day in such a beautiful way.

    Laura

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