win our hearts | win your wedding was SUCH a good thing.
a few notes:those doughnuts on the wall: wooden.the glass bowls on the table: incredible art as table centerpiece!those Sycamore salads? ~ scrumptous!!!
the ceremony comes from the ancient Swahili community andits spiritual tradition that focuses on ancestral worship andthe relationships between ancient spirits and present spirits...this is not just a cognitive remembering of ancestorsbut it invites the ancestors to come into the relationship....the presence of the ancestors is literally with us in thehearts, minds, souls, and natural surroundings of the community...
guess i'm going to launch into the sharing of pictures instead...
like this just-married moment that makes me so very proud of annika miller
(lighting in theaters makes for some of the toughest shooting conditions around and look at THIS perfect exposure and fabulous capture of a defining moment)
and THIS image that i took as they exited the theatre is really growing on me:
and then, just outside:
tim + jane:
jane + her siblings:
her whole family:
oh, and tim's, too!
so much (and so many!) to love!!
there's more, there's LOTS more.
the memories, the laughter:
so let's SPREAD the LOVE a bit . . .
the first Silver Lining reader who correctly identifies the two men just behind mary jane and tim
by zipping off an email to h e l l o @ S i l v e r B o x . c o m with your name + mailing address
who's adam stanley? you could either, read down to the very bottom of the Hold That Hug! entry BELOW
or well, CLICK HERE!