What a Beautiful Wedding

Paul and Chelsea Schramm, ah! This is the newly married couple exiting the temple.

We got to ride in a limo. Paul's sister Melissa is closest to the camera, then Nate, then Katie, and of course Paul and Chelm. Not pictured, me, Mark (Paul's bro), and Ben Lewis.

Ben Lewis was the best man, and Ben Greenfield came out to cheer on his old roomie. The weather was perfect for a December wedding, oh Arizona, I love you.

Chelsea danced with her dad at the dinner that they had. She wasn't planning on dancing with anyone, but when your dad wants to dance with you, you can't say no. It was really sweet, and Chelsea, nobody was watching...

These are just pics I took at their house a few days before the wedding. Wedding preparations were fun, they involved food, my favorite.



Comments

Todd said…
I am pretty sure that was the perfect post. There were lots of colors and pictures. There were not lots of words! It made me want to go to their wedding (which would be real hard right now because it has already happened, but I will probably figure out a way).
Lil Renny said…
Thanks, I actually had you in mind when I created this post because I wanted you to read the whole thing. You should have come to the wedding, you could have stayed at Lindsay's house.
Bukran said…
Wow, with the abundance of light in the Arizona sky The Chelse looks even whiter than usual... I sense translucent children!

Diggin' the red vest, Paul. Very festive for a December wedding.

Another one bites the dust!
ccortez said…
I resent that comment....the entire picture looks washed out, not just us.
ccortez said…
So, Todd, you've elected to not publicy share your blogger profile, eh? What are you hiding?
Lil Renny said…
Bukran, please don't refer to Chelm as translucent, otherwise you will have albino children.
Bukran said…
I hope my children are so white they reflect all visible light... Then they'd glow and likely be mistaken for extraterrestrials. That'd be rad. Caucasian power!
cschramm said…
We are...an American family.

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