In the month of December we had two family weddings within the space of a week, as two of our three daughters were married. It was a wonderful time, despite certain restrictions and a few guests from overseas and interstate unable to come. Our daughters took care of all of the preparations themselves and kept the ceremony and the reception simple. That made it super easy for me to be there and just enjoy the day.
They both chose to have gorgeous bouquets of mainly native Australian flowers, that turned out to be surprisingly heavy! The two in blue are twins.
They both married in one of our magnificent local parks in the afternoon and then had an early evening reception in a nearby hotel. They were each other’s bridesmaid along with our third daughter. The families of both husbands were unable to attend, as one is from the US and one from Kenya.
Our oldest daughter was the first to get married. These enormous trees are Moreton Bay Figs, their root system is as impressive as their height.
Joy and laughter, the essence of a wedding day.
I love romantic wedding poses!
A very good friend of our family who is a wedding photographer took these stunning photos.
So 2020 was not the best of years but it definitely ended on a high for our family!
The letter w is easy to pronounce with your mouth forming a circle. It’s not difficult to write either as it is basically two ‘v’s or four short diagonal strokes, joined together on the line in both the small and capital letter form. I love the French word for ‘w’ which is ‘double v’ (dooble vay) because it tells you exactly that, it is a double v!