Our nephew , Justin Lawson, married Kayla Amerine last Saturday during a beautiful outdoor wedding at Stone Bridge Farm in Cullman, Alabama. It was a perfect afternoon with a nice overcast sky. Kayla was a beautiful bride and, of course, she married a really handsome Lawson man! Justin is the son of David and Linda (Collier) Lawson. David is the youngest of five brothers and sisters --- Jane, Charlotte, Linda, John and David. I love that as time goes on and the family gets bigger and older that John's family still sticks together and support each other. I made a few pictures at the wedding. So.....enjoy!Kayla and Justin
oops.......one of the darling little flower girls escaped!
looking over Linda's shoulder at the unity candle
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Curtis Lawson
about to slap his Dad's hand
oops again.....Reid (nephew of the groom) escaped while the preacher was inviting everyone to the reception. Aunt Jamie (groom's sister) came to the rescue ---- Dad (Jared Lawson) and big brother (Maclain) were in the wedding and Mom (Cassie) was holding his 2 month old sister (Mollie). Whew....did you get all of that!
Courtney and Lawson
Brady, Kim and kids walking over to the reception
Kim and Justin
Welcome to the family!
the orange rings were John Brady and Lawson's favorite thing on the buffet
Cousins - Brady and Scott with Kim.
cutting the cake
beautiful food tables
caught Abby Claire in this pic
the play area....such a good idea
Brady, Dave and Pops have a pretty place to sit and watch the kids at the play area. Another good idea!
A table full of Lawson family members
Kim and Granny. Such a good picture
I wanted a picture of my two handsome grandsons. Boy...is Lawson in an uncooperative picture taking stage....and then there is John Brady, standing so nicely..cooperating, smiling that gorgeous smile...oh, well!
John Brady trying to figure out what Lawson is doing
and finally I gave up
Mother and Son dance
throwing the bouquet
and the garter
Courtney explaining to Lawson what Justin is doing with the garter. Wish her eyes had been open!