The Greenliners, an acoustic bluegrass band, provided our ceremony music.
After the music change we entered the ceremony area in the Crabapple Garden.
Now the bridesmaids begin processing in.
And they are all here. Time for our bride!
I invited the guests to stand in her honor.
All the pretty maids in a row!
After welcoming everyone I stepped out onto the steps to address their parents and pay tribute to them.
Rob's two brothers, Mike and Corey, served as his best men.
Some words on the significance of the rings then they made their vows to each other and placed the ring on their partner's finger.
Rob saying his vows and placing the ring on Shannon's finger.
Shannon making her vows to Rob and sealing them with the ring.
To honor Rob's Jewish heritage we included the breaking of the glass wedding custom.
Rob made sure he broke the glass the first time! It was flattened! We all shouted Mazeltov!
The official pronouncement of marriage followed by the customary kiss!
I am getting out of the way!
Maybe Rob is saying: "We are married!"
Don't you love that little kiss on the cheek!
The happy newlyweds!
Cheering and applause as the music begins.
Stepping into their new marriage!
Amanda Scott watching the couple depart and ready to steer the guests to the barn for cocktails.
Mother of the bride, Caroline escorted by her son-in-law, Patrick.
Parents of the groom, Meri and Ken.
George, father of the bride, and Christine, stepmother of the bride.
Signing of the marriage license and the Ketubah in the Jewish tradition.