S: KRISTY & BRYAN'S WEDDING - JUNE 30, 2012
FC: KRISTY ANN SIEBURG | BRYAN MICHAEL COMBS | JUNE 30, 2012 | CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
2: GETTING READY
6: THE BRIDE
8: THE GROOM
10: THE MAID OF HONOR
11: THE BEST WO"MAN"
12: RING BEARER
13: SOMETHING OLD | SOMETHING NEW | SOMETHING BORROWED | SOMETHING BLUE
14: THE PORTRAITS
17: THE TOASTS
19: HUSBAND & WIFE
20: BRIDE'S FAMILY
22: GROOM'S FAMILY
23: TWO FAMILIES JOINED
26: THE CEREMONY
27: To Lead A Better Life I Need My Love To Be Here... Here, There , and Everywhere
28: Here Comes The Sun. Here Comes The Sun, And I Say It's Alright.....
29: Who gives this woman to be married to this man?" Her mother and I (do).
30: Dear friends and family, we are gathered here today to witness and celebrate the joyous union of Kristy and Bryan in marriage. In the years they have been together, their love and understanding of each other has grown and matured, and now they have decided to live their life together as husband and wife. If there is anyone who objects to this union speak now or forever hold their peace.
31: Kristy and Bryan would like to thank you all for being here with them today. You have shared in their best and their worst days, and you are an irreplaceable part of their yesterdays, their today and all of their tomorrows. For all of you are among the greatest gifts that life has given them. All of you are those they can call Family and Friends.
32: The Key To Love Read by The Mothers The key to love is understanding... The ability to comprehend not only the spoken word, but those unspoken gestures, the little things that say so much by themselves. The key to love is forgiveness... to accept each others faults and pardon mistakes, without forgetting, but with remembering what you learn from them. The key to love is sharing... Facing your good fortunes as well as the bad, together; both conquering problems, forever searching for ways to intensify your happiness. The key to love is giving... without thought of return, but with the hope of just a simple smile, and by giving in but never giving up. The key to love is respect... realizing that you are two separate people, with different ideas; that you don't belong to each other, that you belong with each other, and share a mutual bond. The key to love is inside us all... It takes time and patience to unlock all the ingredients that will take you to its threshold; it is the continual learning process that demands a lot of work... but the rewards are more than worth the effort... and that is the key to love.
34: Today is the day that they will formally and publicly make their promises to one another. Although this is indeed a high point, marriage is a journey not a destination. Marriage is more than any one single event or promise. It is a series of decisions that have been made, and will continue to be made over and over again. A wedding is more than a celebration of the Love which lives in our Bride and Groom's hearts today. The promises and vows they make this day shall guide them into their common future. I will ask you now if you are prepared to make these promises.
35: Kristy, do you take Bryan for your lawful wedded husband? Will you love, honor, comfort, and cherish him from this day forward, forsaking all others, keeping only unto her for as long as you both shall live? I DO | Bryan, do you take Kristy for your lawful wedded wife? Will you love, honor, comfort, and cherish her from this day forward, forsaking all others, keeping only unto her for as long as you both shall live? I DO
36: "The ring finger of the left hand, the side of the body that holds the heart, has been used for the wedding band because for centuries people believed that there was a vein that ran directly from that finger to the heart. They also believed that the words spoken during the placing of the wedding band would resonate over and over again, like the circumference of the band itself. It is a sign of two hearts in endless love. The promise of a lifetime as husband and wife." | With this ring I pledge my love and life to you. You were my yesterday, you are my today, and you will be my tomorrow. All I am I give to you.
38: ~Unity Sand Ceremony~ Today, Kristy and Bryan, you are making a commitment of your eternal love for one another. As you each hold your sand, the separate jars of sand represent your lives to this moment: individual and unique. You come into marriage as individuals and you do not lose your identity. Rather, through commitment you create a lasting and loving marriage.
39: “ May you have many joys, and be the light of each other's days. May all that you are, always be in love; And may all that is love, always be in you. May you always see and encourage the best in each other. May the challenges that life brings your way make your marriage grow stronger. May you always be each other's best friend and greatest love..” You are now as your hearts have always known you to be, Husband and Wife." You may kiss your Bride!
40: For the first time I would like to present Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Combs!
42: COMBS | HUSBAND & WIFE | HUSBAND & WIFE
43: HUSBAND & WIFE
44: THE RECEPTION
46: THE TOASTS
50: THE CAKE
52: FIRST DANCE
56: FATHER-DAUGHTER DANCE
60: GROOM'S SIDE
61: THE GROOM | MY GRANDMAS
62: BRIDE'S SIDE
64: THE TOASTS | BEAUBIEN FAMILY
65: RISER FAMILY
66: THE TOASTS | THE COUNSINS
67: CROWN CREW
69: THE GUESTS
84: THE DANCING | DOLLAR DANCE