moosejones was busy setting up the cake she made. It really was a DIY wedding with lots of family and friends helping out.
boxed lunches we made for the "Save the Oak Ridges Moraine" Train Ride my family worked on a few years ago. These napkins have been to tons of events over the last few years and have saved many a paper napkin from ending up in a landfill.
The aisle was lined with fuzzy homemade yarn pompoms.
Each seat at a pompom placed on it as well for guests to throw in lieu of confetti.
I was aimed and ready to fire!
The handsome groom, Mat, with his father and stepmother.
I always love it when you can get a picture of the groom seeing his bride come down the aisle. So sweet. Especially for these two, who have been together for 7 years.
chuppa, which is part of Jewish tradition. It was made out of silver birch by some of their friends.
And as true outdoor enthusiasts, they also planted this little tree.
Those things were everywhere!
This little girl took it upon herself to collect them all...
...and started hurling them at me. She's got a good arm!
Horah, the bride and groom were tossed up on chairs. It looked fun...and terrifying all at the same time.
Us ladies didn't get the "dress alike" memo.
The sun started to set and the warm light poured into the building.
Father-daughter dance under a canopy of pompoms.
My fellow Queen's Grads.
The groom tossing the bride in the water. Don't worry - he didn't actually do it.