In 2006, our Trailer Park family got to experience one of those magical adventures known as ‘The Wedding’. DQ and BJ tied the knot in a hoedown to end all marital hoedowns. Striking just the right balance between “glamour” and “comfort”, they pulled together a wedding in their own style – and worked hard to keep costs down, doing much of the legwork on their own.
The bridesmaids gowns were made from about a thousand yards* of brown satin. They wore matching sequined flip flop sandals. Brown. “Why Brown?” you ask? Well, that was the only color that could be coordinated with the “Mossy Oak” tuxedo vests.
Since i was meeting The Girl halfway around the world, i was unable to attend. But, thanks to the wonders of technology, my sister, T, was able to give me an electronic summary while i lounged poolside at a 4-star hotel in Bangkok. Here, gently modified to protect me from the innocent, is her “Scores and Highlights” from the reception. It was held in a “party barn” and was a “bring your own booze” event…