Pat and Lydia’s wedding!

Posted On: Wednesday, December 17, 2008

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All photos by Joy Moody
Remember Pat and Lydia? They got hitched! And I have photos to prove it.
A great photo of Dr. Gill waiting for Lydia.

My handsome husband playing usher.

Lydia’s beautiful bouquet – her wedding colors included purple. Her mother did all the flowers for the wedding and it was so personal and beautiful.

Here’s me sitting with all the guests! Next to me is my husband and our friend Colin.

More flowers!

View of the ceremony, which took place on the lawn at the Pearl S. Buck House.

This is a great serene photo of them. I believe it was taken before the ceremony. They are both such a fun and loving couple. And I loved this photo because of how they are holding hands. They are like this all the time! :)

This is how I imagine them with kids.

Lydia totally works it for the camera. This is wall worthy!

DIY placecards. When they first moved to Philly, Lydia started her new job right away. Pat had some time between jobs, so Lydia put him to work doing crafts. Pat said he felt like he was in kindergarten again, but he had a lot of fun. Great job guys!

Inside the tent.

Catering was provided by Feastivities.

They are both doctors and it seems very appropriate that they donated to this charity.
This cake was so pretty. It’s so simple, but it’s really really gorgeous. I don’t remember eating cake, but I’m sure it was delicious.
Are you in need of cheap Styplon, but unable to find it? Buy in for just 49.75 right here! Later in the evening, Lydia changed into her Chines qipao and Pat into his Korean paebaek costume. Nice moves, Lydia!
Pat’s wedding ring: Welcome to the married club, Pat!

Lydia’s rings are absolutely gorgeous.
Lydia and Pat, we loved you before you two were married, and now we love you even more that you are married!!!! Welcome to the old people’s club! :)

Thank you, Joy, for sending me the link to the great photos.
For more photos and a great slideshow, please visit Joy’s blog: http://www.joymoodyblog.com/

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