Saturday, October 27, 2007

Cut the cake, share the punch and have a little fun!

Skye sings a love song for Ryan...... "At Last..... my love has come along."
... and their first dance as husband and wife.

After the Daddy Daughter dance, which is a tradition in our family,

the women did a "traditional" hula for the men......

Which invited a few laughs.....

......and the rest of the evening was spent enjoying each others company in this tropical paradise.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Wedding Day Fun

More Hawaiian Wedding Day

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Hawaii - September 6, 2007 The Wedding Day

I have so many photos from just the wedding day that it will take several posts and too many hours of sitting at the computer to get them all on in one day. I will try to post them all by the end of next week.

Hawaii - Day 3 The Wedding

A short Wedding day Story!
On the night before the wedding as we were watching the performance at the PCC, Ryan realized that he and Skye had forgotten to pick up their marriage license in Honolulu. So at 6:15 in the morning Darryl and I took Skye and Ryan into Honolulu to pick up their Marriage License. We called the temple and had the sealing time changed to noon. Now that those details were all taken care of, Skye found time to relax and take a nap!

Mission accomplished!!! Now the fun really starts!!

Getting Ready!!!

I wish you could have been there! The older sisters had way too much fun getting Skye ready. Someday ask Jesse about fixing Skye's Hair! >:-)

When the sisters finished, Skye was Beautiful!

Looking towards the ocean from the Temple.

At the Temple

The Bride and Groom

This is probably my favorite picture!

Proud Parents

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Hawaii - Day Two

September 5, 2007. We were up with the sun and hurried to get ready to start a day of Shopping and Fun.

Not an easy thing two do with 12 people sharing 2 bathrooms. But we got it done and were on the road by 7:00 A.M.

The Aloha Swap Meet

We left the house early and arrived at the Aloha Swap Meet that surrounds the Aloha Stadium for a Shopping excursion. Souvenirs and Mumu's and Aloha Shirts for the Wedding Luau were the big purchases.

The Polynesian Cultural Center

We hurried home after shopping, grabbed a quick lunch and headed to the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) to enjoy the sights, sounds and foods of Polynesia.

We visited the different villages and watched the Parade of Canoes and enjoyed taking pictures with the performers.