Here we are for the last wedding photo post!! This is part 2 of the wedding reception.
So much fun dancing. The band was just spectacular, so entertaining. Everyone was raving about them.
Now officially brother and sister
My crazy nephew loving the dance floor
Alex and Mads
Andrew doing the worm
My sister and me. So glad she could come!
Group shots were taken throughout the night. This is all my family that was there.
Matron of Honor’s hubby getting it!
At one point, the band asked everyone to clear the dance floor, unless you’re a married couple. Then as the song went on they started eliminating couples, by starting off if you’ve been married less that 5 hours, less the 1 year, less than 5 years, less than 15 years, and so on. Turns out Rob’s aunt and uncle and Caitlyn’s grandparents were married like 51 years within just a few months of each other.
The married couple dance starts with all married couples out there and they would say if you been married less than a year, less that 5 years, less than 20 years, etc. The couples that had been married the longest at 50 years were Rob’s uncle and aunt and Caitlyn’s grandparents
More dancing and then the cake cutting and eating
After cake, the Granddad’s each got up and gave advice to the couple and the band reminded everyone to fill out the advice cards in the back. Here is Rob’s step dad, Rob’s dad, and Caitlyn’s granddad.
After more dancing and the late night snack announcement. Caitlyn threw the bouquet.
Her good friend Lindsey caught it. She just needs to find her a man 😉
At 9:30 it was time for us send the happy couple off. We did a Tiger Walk and had 5 trombone players, 4 from the Auburn University Marching Band and 1 from the wedding party played the fight song and a couple other Auburn stand tunes.
The wedding party ran through first. Here’s Alex.
It was no doubt a special send off.
They got in the limo and actually got to drive around downtown enjoying some champagne before being dropped off at their home for the night.
Such a great day! No doubt special memories to last a life time.
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