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We walked the dogs toward the chuppah about a million times, etc etc. And then the womenfolk got together and came to the Manor. Christine and Liz and M got in last, and were lingering by the truck, so I went out to see what was going on. Christine says “Something white is under the truck, I think it’s a cat.” M says, “No, I’m pretty sure it’s a dog.” Which is when the small flufftastic dog appeared where we could see it, and growled at us. The little sucker was furry as could be and about ten pounds. Liz said, “Look, the white dog of marital bliss has come to visit you!” Which is when the flufftastic little thing came running out from under the truck and decided it was Liz’s new best friend.
She was freshly groomed, like within the last week, and obviously hadn’t been running the woods long as there were very few burrs in her coat. I picked her up and snuggled her and gave her to Liz, and Liz and Christine went looking for her home. They did not find anyone missing a puppy, so they came back to the house and we all hung out and established that a) the dog’s name is Buttercup, b) she’s a puppy, about 3-4 months old, and c) she is the most adorable frickin thing since sliced bread. I have no pics, but will have to get some as all efforts to turn up her owners have failed and it looks like I will be finding her a new place to live unless Christine decides she can’t bear to part with the little booger, who is currently staying with her.
And then there was bed and morning came and it was time to get ready for wedding and make sure the wedding dresses for bridemaids were all set and ready to be put on, we couldn’t wait to try the Wedding catering in Riverside services, I know we only think about food!
Following photos, off to the Depot! It is an old train depot, built shortly before the Civil War. Outside, I chain smoked and we got the dogs’ corsages on them. The Dobes and Zille were not impressed, but Nike thought getting a flower on her fancy collar was the best thing ever. Behold.
Then there was a wedding ceremony, which went off astonishingly well after the best man learned how to write a best man speech with this new guide, considering the part where we had four large dogs. They were, however, impeccably well-behaved. It was almost as if I’d trained them. Although they did get bored partway through:
There’s approximately a million more pics over at flickr, so click on the pic of your choice to head over there and see the rest. We are now settling into marital bliss. We have planted about a million tulips this afternoon, and a couple iris, and would have planted ten bazillion crocus and some daffodils except bees. Life goes on.Also make sure to take a look at http://www.julianvoigtweddingfilms.co.uk/ for some really creative styles of wedding videography, not the usual boring wedding video.