We had the best time in Savannah celebrating the marriage of my cousin Tucker and his bride Caroline.
Friday night, the rehearsal dinner was onboard the Spirit on the Lowcountry.
After a dinner and hysterical toast, we danced the night away. It is custom with Laffitte family weddings that someone makes t-shirts and we sing a song tailored for the bride and groom. This time around, we remade "Rolling on the River," aptly named for our gorgeous setting. It was a big hit, and I am really excited to see what in the world they decide to do for our upcoming rehearsal dinner.
As we cruised back to the dock, fireworks lit the sky. It was a perfect end to a lovely evening.
Saturday, the wedding was held at a small Methodist church. Below we are outside of the DeSoto Hilton on East Liberty street waiting to board the trolley.
After the ceremony, a cocktail hour was served at Madison Square. The bride and groom, pictured below, were stunning.
I wish I had pictures of the reception following the cocktail hour, but I put my camera up. It was a great weekend, filled with lots of love and family bonding.
I can't believe that in just 19 days we will be the bride and groom, surrounded by our families and loved ones. I am so excited!!