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S: Scott and Melissa McGhee Our Wedding June 20th,2009

FC: Our Wedding Day | June 20th, 2009

1: Getting our hair done | I was good , so they gave me a sucker!

2: I remember you face, The hunting, The road trips, Your lasting embrace, Your laughter, Your tears, Your sweetened smile, Quieting my fears, You reading me stories and building log cabins, Your many tall tales that would keep me laughin, Your anger and sternness and soft but firm hand, Guided my way, to where I now stand, Facing a love, entirely new, But I know how to love, I've learned it from you! I know of love that's innocent, A friendly hand to hold Of love over distance, That sometimes breaks the mold, Of love hard to share, That rarely gets spoken, Of love that remains near, When family ties are broken, Of love so overwhelming, It's hard to keep it in, Of love that is so pure, It will never end. Learning for each of you, How love is to feel, I know on this special day, That love is truly real, So thank you so dearly, For teaching me love sincere, You are in my heart forever, I know your love is here.

4: I would never suggest a 7am hair appointment! But don't we all look so beautiful! | Lots of hairspray! Curls and Clips and a few snips

7: Hair is Done Now time for make-up

8: So Beautiful !!! | Getting Into The Dress | All Laced Up

10: How Do I Get Into This Car ? | All Beautiful and Ready To Go

11: Maid Of Honor Mary Deady | Bridesmaid Lindsay Wall | Grooms Maid Brandy Cousineau

12: Pinning ON My Mom's Corsage !

13: Pinning ON My Mom-In-Law's Corsage !

14: The Beautiful Bride

16: Me and My Girls Getting Our Pictures Done Before The Wedding | Flower Girl Dacie Warner

17: Do We Gotta Keep Smiling ? My Cheeks Are Hurting

18: My Mom & Me

19: Me & My Mother-In-Law

20: The Handsome Groom

22: Scott And His Guys Getting Their Pictures Taken Before The Wedding

23: Boys Will Be Boys

24: Groomsman Jason McGhee | Best Man Jacob Morlan | Ring Bearer Noah McGhee | Brides Man Vince Frazee

25: oomsman Jason McGhee

26: Waiting For The Ceremony To Begin

28: Flipping My Vail | Straighting My Dress

30: Waiting For His Bride

31: Scottie B ringing My Mom To Her Seat | Scott Bringing His Mom T o Her Seat

34: Who Gives This Women | Her Mother and I Do

37: Wedding Ceremony & Vows Minister: We are gathered here to witness the joining of this man and this woman in marriage; which is an honorable estate, instituted in the necessities of our being, and dedicated to the happiness of mankind; an estate not by any to be entered into unadvisedly or lightly, but reverently, discreetly, soberly, and in all sincerity. To be true, the marriage of these two persons must be a consecration of each to the other, and of both to the wider community of which their lives are a part. Love is a great thing, and thoroughly good. By itself, it makes everything that is heavy, light, and it bears evenly all that is uneven. Love carries a burden which is no burden; it will not be kept back by anything low and mean; it desires to be free from all worldly affectations and not to be entangled by any outward prosperity or by adversity subdued. Love feels no burden, thinks nothing of trouble, attempts what is above its strength, and pleads no excuse of impossibility. Love is therefore able to undertake all things, and it completes many things and warrants them to take effect, where he or she who does not love would faint and lie down. Though weary, love is not tired; thought pressed love is not straightened; though alarmed, love is not confounded; but as a living flame, it forces its way upward and securely passes through all. Love is active and sincere. Minister to Groom: Scott, will you have this woman to be your wife, to live together in the sacred estate of marriage? Will you love her, comfort her, honor and keep her in sickness and in health, in sorrow and in joy, and be faithful to her, from this day forward as long as you both shall live? Groom: I Do Minister to Bride: Melissa, will you have this man to be your husband, to live together in the sacred estate of marriage? Will you love him, comfort him, honor and keep him in sickness and in health, in sorrow and in joy, and be faithful to him, from this day forward as long as you both shall live? Bride: I Do Repeat after the Minster: Groom to Bride: I, Scott, take you, Melissa to be my wedded wife, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, til death do us part. Bride to Groom: I, Melissa, take you, Scott to be my wedded husband, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, til death do us part. Ring Exchange Groom: I give you this ring to wear with love and joy. As a ring has no end, neither shall my love for you. I choose you to be my wife this day and forevermore. Bride: I give you this ring to wear with love and joy. As a ring has no end, neither shall my love for you. I choose you to be my husband this day and forevermore. As Scott and Melissa have consented together in marriage, and have witnessed the same before you, and thereto pledged their faith to each other, and have declared the same by joining hands and giving and receiving rings, I pronounce that they are husband and wife. May you always be sweethearts and friends. May your marriage be full of kindness. May the years bring you happiness and contentment. You may kiss the bride. I present to you for the first time: Mr. and Mrs. Scott McGhee

39: Unity Sand Ceremony Minister: Scott and Melissa, today you join your separate lives together. The two separate bottles of sand symbolize your separate lives, separate families, and separate sets of friends. They represent all that you are and all that you’'ll ever be as an individual. They also represent your lives before today. As these two containers of sand are poured into the third container, the individual container of sand will no longer exist, but will be joined together as one. Just as these grains of sand can never be separated and poured again into the individual containers, so will your marriage be.

40: With This Ring I Thee Wed

41: I Now Pronounce You Husband and Wife

42: You May Kiss The Bride

43: Presenting To You For The First Time Mr & Mrs Scott McGhee

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