Saturday, November 12
Nsimba and Elizabeth returning to the room after the recessional.
Posing for a few photos
While walking around looking for audience pictures, I caught Damon working on the sound system.
Mark giving directions for the next part of the afternoon.
Entrance of the wedding party
Greeting Elizabeth and Nsimba before hors d’oeuvres and dessert.
Tapioca was part of this meal to honor his parents who own a field of cassava.
From the Internet: Tapioca is a starch extracted from cassava root. This species is native to the North Region of Brazil, but spread throughout the South American continent. The plant was carried by Portuguese and Spanish explorers to most of the West Indies, and continents of Africa and Asia, including the Philippines and Taiwan. It is now cultivated worldwide.
With Grandpa Myers – Roy and Joanne
With Caleb Martin – their master of ceremonies
Nsimba with his 2nd cousin’s husband (now lives in Pennsylvania) and a friend from his hometown in Africa (now lives in Connecticut).
Talking with his boss, Jordan Keller – probably making sure he has the next week off from work. 🙂
With a coworker and Jordan from Keystone Masonry, Inc.
Other photos they asked me to take with friends.
By this time the super moon was over the city of Auburn.
Before going to our room, we went to the front parking lot to see their decorated van.
Their front seats
It was a wonderful day.