So here they are, already married and signing the register. Genevieve's friend Sophie and Gonzalo's father acted as witnesses. In Spain the groom doesn't have a Best Man, it's his father's job, and bridesmaids don't seem to feature either, so Genevieve managed without.
i love this photo of them coming down the aisle, very happy, and probably ever so slightly relieved!
Once we were outside Genevieve was able to hitch up her train at the back with a loop over her wrist, which also meant she had to hold her bouquet aloft. The bouquet was heavy, so together with the skirt she must have felt the weight.
By the time we went into the restaurant, Genevieve was ready to go less formal without the bolero jacket. By now she had discovered how layers and layers of underskirt can keep you warm.
Many thanks to Norma for linking up last time with her feedsack pillow case. If you haven't seen her blog post yet, nip over now and see more.
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